It is designed to empower small businesses with the same ability to reach their customer base and leverage analytics as large ones, leveling the playing field for the notoriously underserved small business technology market.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
utribo, an upstart developer of in-context social collaboration applications, today announced the public release of utribo salesamp, an in-context communication and collaboration service for Salesforce designed to help small and medium size businesses improve sales productivity.
utribo salesamp allows users to make and receive calls using their own phone number as part of their normal Salesforce workflow, automatically presenting them relevant information while on the call. It captures important interaction data, making it available through Salesforce analytics so sales managers can track activity and performance metrics, hold fewer meetings, and give sales reps more time to sell.
“We specifically designed utribo salesamp for smaller sales teams,” said utribo CEO Killko Caballero. “It is designed to empower small businesses with the same ability to reach their customer base and leverage analytics as large ones, leveling the playing field for the notoriously underserved small business technology market.”
utribo salesamp is the first of a series of releases slated for the coming months that will introduce new collaboration services and applications on fixed and mobile platforms, bringing enterprise cloud services and in-context features into a variety of today’s most popular social networking and collaboration platforms, allowing users to work and communicate more seamlessly and more efficiently.
utribo salesamp is now publicly available on the Salesforce AppExchange.
utribo enables natural conversions for web communities by leveraging its cloud-based communication and collaboration services to create a variety of in-context social collaboration applications that are specifically designed to boost small and medium business productivity. For more information, visit http://www.utribo.com or follow us on Twitter.