Maximizer Mobile CRM Solutions Certified By AT&T
March 26, 2009
CRM solutions provider Maximizer, has announced that its Mobile CRM solutions have been certified by AT&T. This means customers using Maximizer Mobile CRM offerings across AT&T's (News - Alert) wireless network will be ensured an optimal experience.
Maximizer Mobile CRM solutions empower organizations to reduce staff downtime and increase productivity. Also with the offerings, employees can spend more time with customers and less time managing and performing office administration duties.
As per the latest AT&T Solution Certification, Maximizer Mobile CRM solutions for both BlackBerry (News - Alert) and Windows Mobile smartphones are now fully supported on AT&T’s devices and networks. With these offerings, professionals have instant access to important information on customer history, sales opportunities, schedules, forecasts and more.
"The AT&T certification broadens the reach of Maximizer's Mobile CRM solutions for SMBs seeking increased productivity and efficiencies on their smartphones," said William Anderson (News - Alert), executive vice president of technology, Maximizer Software.
"It also provides mutual benefits for both organizations - Maximizer receives additional third-party validation and AT&T has the opportunity to increase customer loyalty and to offer more robust business solutions."
Aside from this latest certification from AT&T, that company is also a RIM BlackBerry ISV Alliance Member and a Microsoft (News - Alert) Gold Certified Partner.
Earlier this week, Maximizer made headlines with the announcement that Spanish and French localized versions for Maximizer CRM 10.5 were now available with German and Italian localized versions to be available later this year.
Maximizer debuted Maximizer CRM 10.5 Freedom for BlackBerry smartphones back in February as a tool for small and medium-sized businesses that would help put them one stop closer to a “smartphone-only workforce.”
AT&T also announced back in February, its plans to invest about $1 billion in 2009 to continue to build out its global network as well as its plans to focus on driving new services and network-based applications to businesses. Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering VoIP, CRM, call center and wireless technologies. To read more of Stefania’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi
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