|By Business Wire||
|May 7, 2014 08:00 AM EDT||
The TAS Group, the global leader in Smart Sales Transformation, today announces its launch of Dealmaker Smart Call Planner Express. The newest addition to the Dealmaker suite, Smart Call Planner Express provides sales teams the ability to align on meeting objectives, access key insights about their customers, discuss business issues and review sales strategies – right from their mobile devices.
“Using Dealmaker Smart Call Planner on my iPhone is a natural extension of Opportunity Management for us at GES. Smart, mobile, easy to use – really easy to review call plans,” said Jeff Quade, Chief Sales Officer, Global Experience Specialists.
"Our customers are progressive sales organizations at the confluence of mobile, cloud and smart. They have asked for deep sales methodology and intelligent software to deliver smart sales transformation in the cloud and on mobile devices,” said Donal Daly, CEO of The TAS Group. “Now, with Dealmaker Smart Call Planner Express, they can make every sales call matter and deliver measurably better sales calls for measurably better sales results.”
Dealmaker Smart Call Planner Express, a Salesforce1 app, is available immediately on the AppExchange at www.appexchange.com.
About The TAS Group
The TAS Group provides smart sales transformation in the cloud and on your mobile device. Our customers are progressive sales organizations that maximize revenue in key accounts, increase win rate and uncover sales vulnerabilities. Through our global sales R&D center, based in Dublin, Ireland, we know that we are wired to an ecosystem guiding our every move; our sales methodology and insight apps are smart, context-aware, and knowledge-based making it easy for sellers, their managers and sales executives to accelerate revenue growth - predictably. The Dealmaker Smart Sales Performance application is built on the Salesforce Platform as an extension of the Salesforce Sales Cloud solution. Customers include: Box, Akamai Technologies, Virgin Media Business, BT, and more.
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