Category: iPhone CRM

iMagicLab Announces Automotive Industry’s First Dealership CRM iPhone App

In today’s business world, CRM applications have become a necessity for sales teams. CRM applications improve collaboration and work flow throughout sales teams, and they are proven to increase customer satisfaction. As technology continues to progress, it has now become necessary to have access to CRM applications via mobile device. iMagicLab, a business that specializes […]

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Update: CRM Brings Life Sciences CRM to iPad

Update CRM, a CRM solutions provider for the life sciences industry, has announced that they have added iPad compatibility to their latest CRM release update.revolution touch. Update’s new app has been tailor made for the iPad, taking full advantage of its larger screen size and operating platform. Update’s new iPad CRM streamlines various functions across […]

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Pharma CRM for the iPad and iPhone

It is no secret that CRM solutions are making a splash in the mobile industry. Business solutions are rapidly populating the iPad and iPhone application store. Following suit, Medi-Soft is launching their Pharma CRM solution for the iPad and iPhone. iPad CRM and iPhone CRM have been hot trends in recent software news, so it’s […]

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What Does iPhone CRM Need to Beat BlackBerry CRM?

We’ve been following iPhone CRM’s progression since the first application was announced, and since then, we’ve been waiting to see whether the iPhone would dominate the enterprise market or remain a sort of “it” status marker. Since the iPhone’s release in 2007, iPhone CRM has come a long way—plenty of vendors are offering sophisticated applications, […]


iPad CRM? Seems Unlikely at Present

Oh, iPad! What will enterprise do with you? Will we see an outpouring of iPad CRM soon? Let’s take a look at the facts first… There’s always a surge of excitement when a new computer-like device is released. Laptops are now so ubiquitous it’s difficult to imagine a time without them—much less a time when […]

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Mobile CRM on your iPhone Today

Krawler Inc. announced some exciting news today for the Mobile CRM Industry. The company’s web-based application Deskera is now available for the Apple iPhone. Deskera’s slogan is: “better, faster, easier”, and with the new Mobile iDeskera CRM, they can now add ‘anytime’ and ‘anywhere’ to that list. Taking Deskera mobile, extends usability and allows users […]

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Sybase to Expand Mobile CRM, And It Could Mean Big Improvements to SAP CRM

Since the purchase of Mobile 365 in 2006, Sybase has been providing effective mobile messaging solutions for B2C marketing and outreach. And only last week they announced they’ll be extending Sybase 36—their mobile messaging platform that includes mobile CRM support. Sybase has a good mobile CRM portfolio, and customers even include the company everyone hopes […]

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iPhone CRM News: IBM Brings Collaboration to The iPhone, and The BlackBerry Is Falling From Grace

It may not be the biggest surprise to hear iPhone-related announcements while the Macworld conference is taking place, but we at BlogCRM are always interested in seeing that phone’s trajectory in becoming an enterprise staple, and the iPhone CRM functions that arise. Today’s news: IBM will demonstrate new enterprise-facing collaboration software (from the Lotus Software […]

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Big News for iPhone CRM in 2010? We Hope So!

We like to spend a bit of time examining iPhone CRM trends here—and mobile CRM in general—and so we can’t end this week without taking a look at the week’s most-discussed item: Google’s Nexus One smartphone. Every time a new smartphone is released, questions arise as to whether or not it will be the mobile […]

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iPhone CRM Grows–But Will 2010 Be All About Android CRM?

In terms of mobile CRM, it looks like 2010 is going to be the year the iPhone and Android duke it out. Research in Motion reported better than expected Q3 earnings, but both the iPhone and Android are honing in on the BlackBerry’s livelihood: the enterprise market. (Needless to say, blackouts like the one BlackBerry […]

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