January 24, 2013
CRMCulture Unveils Productivity Pack for Pivotal CRM
By Carolyn J Dawson
CRMCulture has unveiled the Productivity Pack for Pivotal CRM. The functionality of major customer relationship management, or CRM systems, is augmented by the feature-rich software tools from CRMCulture.
An assortment of installable improvements to Pivotal CRM, which can be implemented without any code, form the CRMCulture Productivity Pack. All the features of the Pivotal platform, along with the Productivity Pack, will now be accessible to a customer very easily, eliminating the requirement to alter the present tables, forms or code.
As the Productivity Pack can be installed without making any changes in the code, the internal IT departments can also configure the improvements of Pivotal CRM. The customer will be able to conclude the configuration in less time and in an economical manner.
Using the Pivotal CRM improvements, the IT staff will be able to develop rapid improvements for their enterprise along with the capability to provide attractive features as required by end-users. Business analysts and power users will now be able to administer their CRM information in a proficient manner. IT staff will also be able to assure the triumph of their latest, modified or current Pivotal CRM deployments. IT staff can also distinguish Pivotal CRM from other CRM solutions and give details regarding the purchase and deployment.
In a statement, Steve Roch, founder and president, CRMCulture said, “The robust features and corresponding benefits of the CRMCulture Productivity Pack showcase the undeniable superiority of the Pivotal CRM platform. With our Productivity Pack, which contains hundreds of ‘one-click’ tools, organizations now have a way to protect and extend their Pivotal CRM investment.”
A CULTURE of CRM utilization and business process computerization is driven by CRMCulture. Clients are able to flourish in their exclusive business environments. The organization has its headquarters in Boulder, Colorado. Apart from assisting enterprises deploy their CRM and business computerization systems; the organization promotes a "culture" of CRM, ensuring enhanced user acceptance, advanced customer management and increased profitability.
Roch founded CRMCulture after working as a CIO, VP of Marketing, and customer service manager for two decades. According to Roch, promoting an internal culture of innovation and operational excellence is required for the successful deployment of any technology.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman