Promero Announces Click-To-Talk Feature in ProStar CRM

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Promero's ProStar CRM enhanced with Click-To-Talk and Call Project features that enable users to create a pre-qualified calling list from the CRM database and task users to process calls more rapidly.

Promero, a member of the Oracle Partner Network today announced successful completion of beta testing and the production enhancement of Click To Talk and Call Project features for its ProStar CRM hosted software application.

Effective September 1, 2007, ProStar CRM users will have the ability to load prospect lists or create prospect lists based on filters within the CRM. Once the Call Project is created, CRM users use the Click-To-Talk feature to process calls more rapidly. Sales agents that call B2B [Business to Business] prospects use the new feature to make more calls in less time. Different than a Predictive Dialer that is traditionally used for B2C [Business to Consumer] applications where the dialer is making 100s of calls searching for a live person, Click-To-Talk is used to contact businesses that have high contact rates.

"Click-To-Talk is a very good solution for business telemarketing. In the business world, predictive dialers are hi-call volume systems, more expensive and not required to contact business leads,' state Gregg Troyanowski, president of Promero. 'Call Project and Click-To-Talk make sales agents more efficient and the CFO happier."

ProStar CRM is a hosted web based customer relationship management software provided by Promero. ProStar CRM was originally built on Sugar CRM Open Source and later converted from PHP to .NET with the assistance of SplendidCRM. Introductory rates for ProStar CRM with the new enhancements are $29 per month per user plus long distance.

About Promero, Inc
Founded in 2001, Promero is an authorized reseller of Oracle's Contact Center Anywhere, and is a leading application service provider of Internet-based call center, CRM and lead management software. Promero headquarters is located in Pompano, Florida. Telephone: 954-935-8800.


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