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Aastra Technologies Limited is headquartered in Canada. Aastra makes PBX systems for accessing communication networks by VoIP. Aastra makes quality enterprise PBX’s. Mitel Networks Corp. bought Aastra on November... Read more
The SAP SE company is best known for its enterprise resource planning (ERP) software that automates many business processes and integrates them for smoother functionality and better profits overall. Its SAP CRM application targets the business software... Read more
Tenfold is a phone intelligence solution which unifies a user’s phone system and CRM platform;
All calls made on your phone will be automatically logged in SAP,
allowing them to work together, and streamline the customer experience. Read more
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Tenfold automatically captures every interaction and natively integrates with all
communication platforms including SAP
Tenfold provides immediate transparency across all departments, specific to the current
Ease of Implementation
There is minimal change to end user behavior and as always, no change in existing
infrastructure is required with the Tenfold and SAPintegration
With Tenfold, you also have the ability to innovate by leveraging your current tech stack
and operate within current security requirements
Running a modern day business is like having a bad set of windshield wipers in a storm, you get 20%
visibility into the activity that your team is doing and not enough to really know what is going on.
Tenfold installs a new set of windshield wipers that gives you 100% visibility into your business.
Native integration with all communication
Tenfold provides automatic capture of customer interaction data in real-time with minimal change to
end user behaviors as well as the flexibility to add/change systems without hidden costs or service
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Located in Concord, Ontario, Canada, Aastra Technologies was a telephony company that specialized in telephone terminals for business and residential customers, PBX systems, digital video encoders, decoders, gateways, and network access terminals. The company was founded in 1983 and became one of the largest of its kind in Canada. In 2008, it employed 1,600 staff and was listed as a public company. In 2013, in a deal valued at around $400 million, Mitel Networks Corporation acquired Aastra Technologies. The purchase was completed in January 2014. Aastra was founded by Francis Shen and Hugh Scholaert after they bought an engineering consulting company. They started to develop telecommunications systems in 1993.
When the company was still active, Aastra sold telephony equipment for residential customers in the United States under the Bell Equipment and Sonecor brands. Elsewhere, products came with the Aastra label. The Aastra Office 5370IP, for example, was an IP telephone system that optimized call preparation, call waiting, name dialing and private calls, and provided users with access to up to 350 entries in a private telephone directory. The Aastra 6731I, later sold under the Mitel name, offered enhanced call management, too. Users could redial contacts, log calls, access personal directories and share calls. An older, analog phone created by Aastra, the Aastra Dialog 7106a, was an early example of an office phone that enhanced telecommunications. The handset featured four customizable function keys, a message wait indicator and last number redial.
Before Mitel acquired the company, Aastra scooped various awards. The company received the Innovation Award for “Best Telephony Vendor in the Middle East” in 2013 for showing commitment to the region. Aastra won an HP AllianceONE Partner of the Year Award in the “Best Technology Partner” category. Other accolades include the Frost & Sullivan Growth Strategy Leadership Award in 2008.
The SAP SE company is best known for its enterprise resource planning (ERP) software that automates many business processes and integrates them for smoother functionality and better profits overall. Its SAP CRM application targets the business software needs of midsized and larger businesses in all industries and business sectors. SAP acquired a company called Hybris in 2013 and then realigned its CRM strategy to compete directly with the leader in the space, Salesforce. SAP CRM does have one drawback, though it is working on that now by shifting toward cloud-based systems versus traditional on-site CRM. Many companies prefer the no-maintenance aspect of working in the cloud, and SAP is reacting to that, while also consolidating customer engagement and commerce packages to offer a broad array of functions with its software.
Programs available include cloud for sales, on-premise CRM, cloud for service, on-premise service, marketing, commerce, billing, and history. The CRM components allow discussions, documents, blogs and videos to be uploaded to the records for a complete view and simplified, real-time customer engagement. Businesses are able to deliver personalized and seamless customer experiences across many channels with SAP CRM, and they go far beyond traditional CRM software. By using Big Data technologies SAP CRM is able to drive a company’s digital transformation and fully integrate marketing, sales, commerce, and customer service. This allows the business team to have deep social and customer insights that impact deals positively. Sales and marketing professionals have more information to help them improve sales performance, engage customers and streamline the ordering and fulfillment processes.
Customer analytics available through SAP CRM help the organization’s marketing team with real-time insights into customer wants and needs, allowing delivery of contextual and customized experiences. The eCommerce portion of the software provides a personalized digital shopping experience that integrates fully with real-time inventory management and cost-effective order fulfillment. Further, omnichannel service professionals have customer visibility and problem-solving tools at ready disposal to cut costs, increase revenue, and earn customer loyalty. And, by empowering field service techs with mobile access to information, costs, service requests, and analytics, they become a bigger profit center. Finally, it increases the customer’s confidence in the technicians and the business overall when they have access to information to answer questions that typically come up on a site visit.
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