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PK4 Software launches Impel CRM OnDemand
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Bangalore-based software products company, PK4 Software Technologies, announced the launch of its integrated CRM solution, Impel OnDemand, as a hosted solution. With Impel OnDemand, Indian companies get a complete CRM system, support, training, security, backup and more at an affordable monthly per-user price.

In today's economy, sales teams need to be operating at peak efficiency, acquiring new customers and increasing sales to existing customers. To achieve this, sales teams need the right tools to succeed. With Impel, your sales, service and marketing teams work together on a single unified view of your customers. With Sales Force Automation, Marketing, Customer Service, Quotes, Orders and Inventory Management, Impel is the ideal solution for Indian companies. And the Impel Client Portal makes sure Impel customers have a simple, sophisticated mechanism to engage with their clients online.

PK4 Chairman Thomas Alexander said he was extremely happy to launch Impel OnDemand for India. “The Indian business environment has some unique attributes and Impel is specifically designed to address them. Impel helps companies identify, acquire and retain their most profitable customers. The fact that Impel is available on mobile phones makes it very useful for sales and field service personnel who can use it on the go, without having to come back into an office. The biggest advantage for the company is that all customer related information is now available in one single repository anytime, anywhere and on any device”, he added.

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