Imagine how it would be if businesses didn't need to download excel spreadsheets , match up CSV files, copy and paste from one system to another or waste time reconciling information and correcting errors!
Well, that shouldn't be difficult if data-driven workflow processes could be automated and synchronized across the enterprise. And, this is exactly what OneSaaS is hoping to provide with its newly introduced website and partner program, noted company officials.
The OneSaas Partner Program provides training, sales and marketing support material, and is expected to make the integration, synchronization and automation of product, sales and CRM data across more than 50 cloud-based and on-site software services, simple and end-user friendly
By providing behind-the-scenes automation, OneSaas eliminates the need to manually duplicate data, saves precious time and ensures that all systems have synchronized, up-to-date information, relatively free from error.
"Many of our customers have told us that because of OneSaas, their employees are able to use their skills to contribute directly to the success of their venture, rather than wasting time copy-and-pasting,"
said Jeff Perlman, CEO of OneSaas.
OneSaas is simple to set up, affordable and is already trusted by thousands of companies worldwide. Its unique multi-point integration hub enables small and medium-sized businesses to bring their services into a single and efficient data workflow.
In addition, OneSaas has also introduced a global partner program, which allows professional services providers add OneSaas connectivity to a suite of disparate services for a seamless, bundled service offering.
"As more of my clients are seeking automated and integrated solutions that make them more efficient and impact their bottom line, I'm excited to be able to offer exactly this with OneSaas,” said Jodie Coleman, director at Cloud Account.
With the cloud services segment expected to grow and touch $14.4 billion in 2012, OneSaaS could be a shot in the arm for businesses, according to the company, “it's never been easier to synchronize contacts, sales orders or billing and invoicing information.”
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Edited by Brooke Neuman