Austin, Texas, Dec. 20, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — nexogy, recognized as one of South Florida’s fastest growing technology companies, best known for providing the small and medium-sized businesses CLOUD BASED COMMUNICATION SERVICES, today announced a new partnership with Tenfold, the leading phone intelligence platform for the entire customer lifecycle.
Through this new partnership, nexogy clients can now connect their phone system with over 25 CRMs and Help Desk applications in a matter of minutes using the Tenfold solution; gaining access to a full sales automation platform and seamlessly capturing all of their prospect and customer interactions. With Tenfold, nexogy clients will unlock instant click to dial, automatic call logging, caller info screen-pops and advanced call analytics that tie into many CRMs. “Due to the high demand of CRMs, it made sense to bring in a partner with this offering. Our customers need to be a click away from their customers; this will enable them to not only continue growing as companies, but also help them realize it’s both time saving and inexpensive.”
Tenfold is the leading global provider of cloud-based software-as-a-service solutions that help companies integrate their phone systems and customer relationship management systems in a matter of minutes. Tenfold helps companies increase revenue by enhancing customer and prospect interactions, providing a framework for sales, service and support best practices, increasing organizational technology adoption, and offering high-level actionable analytics. Tenfold’s solutions are used in a variety of industries,
including technology, software, financial services, real estate, insurance, wealth management, hospitality and travel, sports and entertainment, automotive, advertising, electronics, recreation, healthcare, agriculture, food services, and many more. For more information, visit Tenfold’s website at www.tenfold.com
Tenfold and Callinize are registered trademarks of Callinize, Inc. and/or its affiliates.
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