With iPad Sales App, Leave Your Fat Stacks of Paper Behind

By Jessica Binns, Contributing Editor — June 26, 2012

Red Funnel Consulting, providers of iPad sales tools, released FatStax 2.0 for iPad, a sales application that delivers instant, offline access to PDF brochures, videos, PowerPoint and Keynote presentations, and Microsoft Word Documents. Used in conjunction with the FatStax web-based platform, FatStax 2.0 for iPad gives marketers and product managers a single secure point of access to deliver updated product collateral to sales teams in the field.

FatStax 2.0 for iPad is a sales iPad app that eliminates the need for sales reps to carry "fat stacks" of brochures and sales materials. FatStax 2.0 for iPad is an app that allows users to search for information on tens of thousands of products and pieces of marketing material, including PDFs, PowerPoints, videos, product specs and catalogues.

The iPad sales app makes these materials available and searchable online and offline. Users can also access marketing collateral from their browser with FatStax, a web-based platform. When used together, FatStax and FatStax 2.0 for iPad enable companies of all sizes to seamlessly deploy, update and manage the marketing collateral necessary to help customers make a buying decision.

All of Red Funnel's Sales Apps are built on the flexible and secure FatStax Platform that enables company branding capabilities, integration with CRM and marketing automation platforms, and analytics tracking. With hundreds of users in over 51 countries, FatStax has become the gold standard in sales tools for the iPad.

FatStax is currently available in an SMB version for 10-100 iPads and an enterprise version for over 100 iPads. Prices start at $25 per month, per user. To learn more about FatStax or to see a demonstration, visit www.fatstax.com.


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