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Cirrus Insight Brings CRM Management and Email Tracking Into the Mobile Inbox With New iOS App

New iOS Email App Makes Powerful Multi-Tasking Possible for Business People Inside Their Mobile Inbox

LAGUNA HILLS, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/08/14 -- Cirrus Insight (www.cirrusinsight.com), the #1 app for integrating Salesforce with Gmail and Google Apps, today announced the launch of Cirrus Insight Mobile. Now users will have to access valuable Salesforce CRM capability and context directly from their mobile inbox, without having to toggle back and forth between apps. Plus, Cirrus Insight Mobile works not only for users of Gmail, but also for users of Exchange Outlook, Lotus Notes, Yahoo, and any other IMAP or ActiveSync email platform.

"Multitasking on phones is especially difficult, and users told us that a mobile inbox connected to CRM would be a killer app. They could get work done all in one place without having to switch between multiple apps," said Brandon Bruce, COO and Co-Founder of Cirrus Insight. "Email is the primary communication platform for connecting with customers. We're constantly seeking new ways to bring work tools into the inbox to enable our users to engage with their customers."

With Cirrus Insight Mobile, users get instant Salesforce context right in the inbox with up-to-date information on their customers and prospects. Users can save emails to Salesforce, see who opens their emails with powerful email tracking, access and view opportunities and cases, create leads, set reminders for tasks, create events, and even close opportunities right from their mobile inbox.

"During the beta of Cirrus Insight Mobile, we heard back from customers that the app increased mobile productivity by 25% and boosted Salesforce adoption by up to 5x," said Bruce. "We're excited to finally roll out Cirrus Insight Mobile to the rest of our customer base and all Salesforce users."

Key features:

  • See customer context in the inbox
  • See who opens your emails with real-time notifications
  • Save emails to Salesforce
  • Create new leads, contacts & accounts
  • Set reminders to follow up
  • Schedule meetings and events
  • Log calls to Salesforce
  • Create/update opportunities & cases

Cirrus Insight Mobile is now available on iOS 6 and 7. iPad and Android rollout will follow shortly. For more information, visit www.cirrusinsight.com or www.cimobile.net

About Cirrus Insight
Cirrus Insight is the #1 app for integrating Salesforce with Gmail and Google Apps. With Cirrus Insight, users can create and manage leads, contacts, tasks, cases and opportunities right from Gmail. Sales and support teams love Cirrus Insight because it streamlines workflow, boosts productivity, and increases adoption of Salesforce. Launched in 2011, Cirrus Insight is based in Laguna Hills, CA. For more information, visit www.cirrusinsight.com.

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