Just because Internet connection stops working, doesn’t mean you must too. Why depend on internet? Simply continue working in an offline mode as if nothing ever happened.
On your way to meeting a prospect? Or got some spare time and want to fill it with, let’s say, catching up with a customer closest to your location? With the help of an interactive map, you’ll always find your way.
A mobile dashboard, just like a dashboard in Dynamics CRM, acts as some sort of a homepage for your CRM – it’s the first thing that pops up when you open the app and its goal is to show you things that matter to you packed neatly into one place.
Get a better overview of your time. The neat calendar will take care of that for you. Easily create appointments, or reschedule the existing ones if the plans change.
Worried about the security of your data? We got you covered. Mobile Device Management will take control of what’s happening to your data at all times.
Mobile usage auditing
Want to see if the investment into Mobile CRM for your employees paid off? If you want to, you can analyze how (and if) they use the app. You can capture the time and GPS location whenever a mobile user synchronizes the application, creates, updates, deletes, or works with any entity.
Photo, signature and barcode capturing
Got a built-in camera? Put it to good use. Take pictures of your product displays, or of that diagram your prospect has drawn during the last meeting. After all, why should you carry loads of papers with you?
Add a personal touch