Fremont, California (PRWEB) March 26, 2013
Soffront Software Inc., http://www.soffront.com, the mid-market CRM software leader, today announced a new robust scheduling module for the service industry as a part of its integrated CRM solution.
This unique module simplifies scheduling challenges currently seen by the service industry. It helps a company define service contracts, employee workload, and automatically generates visit plans and work orders. It manages schedules of personnel and vehicles for on-site visits through a web based drag-and-drop calendar. This calendar allows users to visually schedule personnel and vehicles to identify schedules, overtime, unavailability, and conflicts.
It is suitable for industries such as commercial cleaning, maintenance, security systems, guard and armor car services, and more.
This easy-to-use solution comes with the flexibility and best-in-class adoption rate of Soffront’s integrated CRM software to fully automate sales, marketing and operations.
“We have built this scheduling module in collaboration with a few of our largest service industry customers to solve their scheduling challenges,“ said Manu Das, President and Founder of Soffront. “We worked with them to build this solution to automate scheduling challenges and improve operational efficiency."
About Soffront Software, Inc.
For over twenty years, Soffront has provided CRM solutions for small-to-medium sized and enterprise companies. With a 100% user adoption rate, Soffront's integrated CRM contains all of the required functionality including sales force automation, marketing automation, customer service, and project management. Soffront CRM provides a higher return on investment, generating more revenue, more savings and a better user experience. Soffront is privately held, debt-free and profitable.
For more information, call (510) 413-9000, email marketing(at)soffront(dot)com or visit http://www.soffront.com.
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