Cambridge, MA; Providence, RI (PRWEB) September 24, 2009
BatchBlue Software (http://www.batchblue.com), provider of BatchBook social customer relationship manager (CRM) for small businesses and entrepreneurs, announced today it has been selected to demonstrate BatchBook at Web Innovators Group (a.k.a. WebInno23) in Boston. Hosted by Venrock's David Beisel, WebInno is where the greater Boston-area web and mobile community comes together for an evening of conversation and innovation. BatchBlue co-founders Pamela O'Hara and Michelle Riggen-Ransom will speak to a crowd of more than 800 attendees as one of three "Main Dish" presentations, where they will be demonstrating a pre-release version of BatchBook's latest feature set.
Designed for small businesses and entrepreneurs with active, growing contact networks, BatchBook is a "social CRM," a customizable, web-based CRM that helps businesses organize their contact data and track social networking activity. The latest release of BatchBook includes a calendar, customizable workflow management and a set of tools designed specifically for sales professionals.
"We're thrilled to be honored as one of three main presenters at WebInno23. The web community in New England is a smart, gutsy and resourceful crowd," said Pamela O'Hara, president of BatchBlue Software. "We look forward to receiving their feedback and impressions as we prepare to take our latest version of BatchBook to market."
WHO: BatchBlue Software
WHAT: "Main Dish: BatchBook 2.0 Demonstration"
DATE: September 29, 2009
TIME: Event begins at 6:30 p.m.; Main Dish presentations at 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Cambridge Royal Sonesta, Grand Ballroom, Cambridge, Mass.
REGISTRATION: Attendees can sign up for free on the registration page
Members of the media are invited to arrange one-on-one interviews with O'Hara prior to, during or after the event.
About the Web Innovators Group
Web Innovators Group (WebInno) is a quarterly gathering of people engaged in Internet and mobile innovation in the New England area, hosted by David Beisel of Venrock. These regular meetings provide a forum for entrepreneurs from self-funded and early-stage startups to present new services to their peers, as well as an opportunity for members of the community to share and exchange ideas. More information can be found at http://www.webinnovatorsgroup.com.
About BatchBlue Software
In 2006, a successful IT entrepreneur assembled a team of accomplished web professionals in the "biggest little" state of Rhode Island to form BatchBlue Software. The company was created with one goal in mind: to create useful, user-friendly software for small businesses. The company's flagship product, BatchBook, solves a crucial small business need by providing web-based CRM software to manage and track contact information, communications and tasks. Entrepreneurs can upgrade their businesses' greatest asset--their people network--by visiting http://www.batchblue.com.