(PRWEB) January 23, 2013
CRMCulture, a developer of powerful software tools that increase the usability of leading customer relationship management (CRM) systems, today announced the release of the Productivity Pack for Pivotal CRM.
The CRMCulture Productivity Pack is a collection of no-coding, installable enhancements to Pivotal CRM. The power of both the Pivotal platform and the Productivity Pack’s design is that almost all the features become available with no modifications to a customer’s existing tables, forms or code.
With the Productivity Pack’s no-code installation, Pivotal CRM enhancements can be configured by internal IT departments (not an expensive consultant) in minutes (not days). IT staff will be able to:
“The robust features and corresponding benefits of the CRMCulture Productivity Pack showcase the undeniable superiority of the Pivotal CRM platform,” said Steve Roch, CRMCulture’s founder and president. “With our Productivity Pack, which contains hundreds of ‘one-click’ tools, organizations now have a way to protect and extend their Pivotal CRM investment.”
Boulder, Colo.-based CRMCulture drives a CULTURE of CRM usage and business process automation so clients can thrive in their unique business environments. Not only does the company help organizations implement their CRM and business automation systems, but it also fosters a "culture" of CRM that enables greater user adoption, superior customer management, and higher profitability.
CRMCulture was born from the passion that Founder and President Steve Roch acquired during his 20-year career as a CIO, VP of marketing, and customer service manager. The experience of selecting and implementing multiple CRMs, customer support, accounting, and marketing automation systems taught Roch that fostering an internal culture of innovation and operational excellence is what drives the success of any technology implementation.
In addition to consulting and implementation services, CRMCulture develops powerful software tools that allow its customers to easily customize their CRM system. For more information, visit http://www.crmculture.com.