GreenRope, the company behind the “world’s first business operating system” that helps address the challenges of managing operations, has just enhanced its platform. The cloud-based software streamlines key operations, including e-commerce and accounting, CRM, e-mail marketing, mobile marketing, calendaring, websites, social media and more into one easy-to-use platform.
The company has enhanced the business operating system with new features including new templates, overdue task alerts and elements of gamification/game mechanics.
"We interact with our clients all the time, and we are constantly asking them for features and functions they wish to see on the platform. We want to have the most user-friendly and customer-focused platform out there, and I think we are well on our way," said Lars Helgeson, CEO, GreenRope, in a statement. “The easy-to-use platform, created to consolidate e-mail marketing, CRM, social media, mobile, and much more, has added new features to its already long list of marketing tools.”
The new gamification elements promote users to explore all the features available to them. The company has incorporated badges that become colored when a feature has been utilized.
The new cheat sheets and how-to's help users gain the required information. These are added as part of their already extensive Knowledge Base (News - Alert).
GreenRope’s new business operating system also features two new website templates: Executive Pro and Visionary Pro. They can be customized using GreenRope website builder.
The red border around the CRM activities in the Dashboard Calendar works as a task reminder, highlighting any high priority and overdue tasks making it easy for users to identify actions needing attention.
In another recent development, GreenRope, in partnership with Twilio (News - Alert), launched a new global SMS system. Thanks to this partnership, GreenRope users can now send SMS messages worldwide to any contact in the CRM with a valid phone number. The platform has numbers from over ten countries, and it is possible to choose a vanity string of numbers.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey