|By PR Newswire||
|August 5, 2014 11:21 AM EDT||
HYDERABAD, India, August 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
EFFORT which comes with features such as forms on the fly, smart tracking system, customer interactions in rich media, fluidic stages for custom business process, integrated approval work flow management and integration with third party softwares, ERP and CRM systems is already been widely adopted by over 35 customers in the past 6 months.
EFFORT 3.0 is optimised not only for all the above existing features but also for many new and improved ones such as local language support, dynamic forms and lists enhancements, media location capture, superior reporting, auto fill form field, follow up job creation and mobile authorisation support. It is designed to be fully dynamic, multi-platform and device independent solution. EFFORT 3.0 comes with off-line authorisation capability and now uses lesser bandwidth during media uploads. iPhone EFFORT 3.0 comes with efficient background tracking and decreased battery consumption.
About the release, Spoors CEO Mr Rama Krishna C said, "With the flexibility and the local language support that Spoors- EFFORT offers, we can now address more business lines and tap into international as well as tier1/tier2 markets in India."
Spoors constantly innovates its application for enriched customer experience & usage. These updates are provided free of charge, to the existing customers. EFFORT is ideal for use across all industries and by companies with field workforce and is currently available for a free trial on their website.
About EFFORT (Effortless Field Force Organizing & Tracking)
Enterprises are always on the lookout for mobility across the workforce, to boost productivity and to allow them real-time access to data without physical limitations while customers want instant gratification and they expect errors to be rectified and their concerns to be addressed rapidly and succinctly across multiple channels. To bridge this evident gap between what is expected and what is currently available, Spoors has created their application - EFFORT.
EFFORT is India's first self-service field force optimisation solution for monitoring, tracking and managing field staff to maximize productivity by leveraging GPS/cellular location. It is an effective, strategic mobile application that connects your back office to your field workforce. It caters to industries with field force-intensive operations teams. It is a ready-to-roll and easy-to-use app that can be integrated instantly into day-to-day activities and is available on all mobile platforms.
EFFORT currently has over 35 customers with over 1500 field users. It is growing rapidly in the Indian market and is providing its continued support to companies that want to outperform in the market.
Spoors, founded by a team of technology professionals with 50+ years of software development experience has a vision to make enterprises adopt mobile as a channel for business growth. They have extensive expertise in building enterprise mobility products that work on all major handheld and smart-phone platforms. They deliver reliable and scalable solutions based on open source software to help customers manage volume and cost.
For further news and to subscribe to the Spoors RSS news feed, please visit their blog at http://www.spoors.in
For more information, contact us on Tel: +91-7842-SPOORS (+91-7842-776677), Mobile: +91-99515-54321, VoIP Phone: +1-317-660-6173; email: [email protected]
Media Contact: Chandana Vemana, Mobile: +91-83746-19996, email: [email protected], The Box
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