iAnywhere Introduces Sales Anywhere
iAnywhere and salesforce.com have announced iAnywhere Sales Anywhere for salesforce.com's AppExchange. Supporting the AppExchange on-demand platform, the software provides instant access to Salesforce on Palm OS and other mobile devices, with or without a wireless connection.
Sales Anywhere improves field sales productivity and effectiveness by giving sales professionals quick, convenient access to customer and opportunity management information while away from the office.
With AppExchange, salesforce.com customers now have access to new applications that bring the benefits of salesforce.com to an entire business, letting them manage and share all of their company information on-demand. Using AppExchange, companies can easily add any number of new on-demand applications to their existing Salesforce deployments, extending their success and making the full power and creativity of the salesforce.com customer, partner and developer community available with just a click.
"By leveraging AppExchange, the Sales Anywhere service brings affordable mobility to organizations of all sizes," said Adam Gross, director, product management, salesforce.com. "Now both Fortune 100 companies and small businesses can, in just a few minutes time, give their users access to Salesforce on handheld devices."
Sales Anywhere provides access to Salesforce on Windows Mobile, Palm OS and BlackBerry devices, with or without a wireless connection. Whether at a customer site or in an airplane, industry-leading ease-of-use and robust synchronization ensure that sales professionals always have quick and reliable access to Salesforce to maximize field productivity and effectiveness. Sales Anywhere provides full read-and-write access to Salesforce accounts, contacts, opportunities (including product line items and schedules), tasks, and events. Sales Anywhere is a hosted service that is exceptionally easy to deploy and maintain, and requires no administrative setup.
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