Innovative business software solutions provider m-hance announces the launch of m-hance Sales Connect, the latest addition to its expanding mobile solutions range. m-hance Sales Connect provides sales professionals with integrated finance, product and customer information which can be accessed remotely in real-time via mobile and tablet devices, significantly reducing administration and software license costs whilst improving customer service.
Andrew Hayward, Chief Operating Officer of m-hance, says, ”Mobile technology is changing the way businesses address customer relations and is key to providing mutual benefits such as lower costs, improved productivity and better service. m-hance Sales Connect is our latest innovative mobile offering and combines the level of detail field-based professionals expect with the speed and ease of use of a tablet solution to drive business efficiencies and achieve sales objectives.”
m-hance Sales Connect empowers sales professionals to make informed decisions by negotiating pricing with customers on site without damaging their margins to enable them to quickly capitalise on revenue opportunities. m-hance Sales Connect is a scalable solution which also extends the functionality of the company’s m-hancements product suite. These modules comprise catalogue and inventory management, extended product search, customer enquiries and price and delivery modules, further improving customer service and increasing field-based sales potential.
Hayward comments, “A successful business needs a productive and successful sales team to maintain a competitive advantage. m-hance Sales Connect has been specifically developed for businesses and field-based sales professionals who are looking to save time and money by leveraging the latest mobile technologies. As well as reducing administration and software license costs by eliminating inefficient data entry and paper-based transaction processes, m-hance Sales Contact also enables businesses to improve customer service and provide faster response times to maximise sales potential and profitability.”
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