Really Simple Systems Releases Mobile Cloud CRM

By Ariel Jones — December 21, 2011

Really Simple Systems, a vendor of cloud CRM systems, announces the release of its new mobile CRM application. The web-based CRM solution is compliant with iPhones, Blackberrys, and Android- and Windows-powered phones, as well as smart devices and tablets.

Really Simple Mobile CRM grants employee users real-time access to their company’s customer, prospect, and sales pipeline data. All data and software hosted on Really Simple Systems’ servers, which eliminates the need to install software that may become out of date or corrupted. Users can retrieve and update information on accounts, contacts, tasks, activities, and opportunities. Google Maps is also integrated into the application to provide location-based services.

By building the mobile-friendly solution in HTML5, Really Simple Systems' sought to reduce the synchronization and maintenance issues associated with installing mobile apps across multiple devices. As CEO of Really Simple Systems John Paterson noted, "Running the application over the web makes sure that all updates are in real time and stays true to the ‘no local software’ Cloud philosophy."

This newest application joins Really Simple Systems' line of hosted CRM systems aimed at small- and medium-sized businesses.

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