Webconference Integrated With Crm

Webconference Integrated With Crm



WEBconference integrated with CRM
Because eMeeting participants figure normally among your contacts, the​ necessity to​ integrate WEBconference with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) application is​ obvious .​
In the​ case of​ a​ prospecting WEBinar, the​ list of​ registered people is​ imported to​ constitute contact files automatically in​ corresponding CRM software .​
Tele-efficiency offers WEBconference service in​ 8 languages, under the​ trademark Conferenceware, integrated with most of​ the​ CRM applications as​ well as​ with Skype and​ Outlook .​
Among CRM softwares with which Conferenceware integrates, we mention:Accpac (Sage), ACT! (Sage), Clarify (Amdoc), Commence, Goldmine (Front Range), Maximizer, Microsoft CRM (Dynamics), mySAP CRM, Onyx, Pivotal, Salesforce, SalesLogix (Sage), Selligent, Siebel (Oracle).
Conferenceware generates the​ data automatically for​ an​ invitation in​ the​ template of​ a​ new email; description, agenda, the​ hyperlink to​ get to​ the​ meeting, password if​ required and, voice broadcasting mode .​
Therefore, you only have to​ select people you want to​ invite amongst your contacts .​
Consequently, a​ copy of​ your invitation is​ saved with each contact file .​
The report of​ a​ WEBconference indicates not only the​ participants, but also the​ answers they have provided to​ the​ questions submitted .​
Moreover, by recording a​ meeting, in​ which voice and​ image are synchronized, it​ can be replayed to​ check for​ fine tuning and​ be kept in​ the​ file as​ a​ potential attachment opportunity .​
The cost of​ WEBconference services is​ usually based on per-minute and​ per-participant rates and, therefore, these services are very expensive among our competitors .​
Whereas, Conferenceware offers not only a​ free 30-day trial period but it​ is​ also followed by a​ fixed-rate quarterly or​ annual service contract that includes an​ unlimited number of​ meetings of​ up to​ 25 participants.




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