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  • Kurt Higley 8:01 am on November 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    TeamWork on the Go 

    More specifically, Mobile TeamWork.  We have had a mobile interface for the iphone for a while now.  Recently we have begun the process of giving it a face lift and adding some additional functionality.

    Before, it was just a quick informational reference.  No editing allowed.  No iphone integration.  The new version allows editing of the contact information as well as initiating a new email, phone call or sms right from the contact information.

    Below is a sample image of the new contact form:

     
  • Ian Leu 1:21 pm on April 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Have a really cool project in the works.

    Using data from our teamwork applications, we are implementing a tool for one of our customers where salespeople will be able load up a Google map interface on their mobile device and quickly see leads/contacts near them that they haven’t visited in awhile(as well as the ones that they have), right on the familiar interface of Google maps.

     
  • Joe Wichowski 4:16 pm on November 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    iPads are the holy grail for sales teams 

    I am pretty gung-ho on my iPad. I cannot be separated from it. It is such a useful tool to me, that I bought one for every single one of my employees.

    I want them to really put it through its paces. My goals is to “run my business on my iPad”. For that, I feel our current system (TeamWork, which is based on Lotus Notes) needs a paradigm shift. It is my intent to create a new platform, taking all of the best items from TeamWork, and extending that functionality to the iPad.

    I think if we are successful, we will have a great tool for sales teams. The iPad is a great presentation device. I can “get close” to my prospect. I can swipe through sales slides. I can show pictures and play sound. All without having to type on a keyboard. It is a natural sales tool when in front of the customer.

    But its weakness is its “slide out keyboard”. Although I am fairly good at typing on it, it is not ideal – I would rather just quickly check some boxes to track my activity. Also, “popup pick lists” from Salesforce.com or other online CRM systems all open a brand new window in the Web Browser.

    Instead, I plan on challenging my team to make TeamWork work “as expected” when running on the iPad, and bridging the two worlds of desktop application (with a large screen and keyboard), and iPad application (with a somewhat smaller screen and no keyboard).

    If we can do that, then we can offer sales teams a tool that will really up their productivity – small, lightweight, extremely functional, great for impromptu presentations, and all-day battery life.  Or at the very minimum, I can use it!

     
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