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Alltel Offers CRM App SalesNow for BlackBerry

By AllBlackBerry on 21 Jan 2008 11:59 am EST
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SalesNow Solution from AllTelAlltel began offering the SalesNow customer-relationship management app to BlackBerry users. SalesNow, which was developed by Interchange Solutions, is designed to help mobile workers track and manage their contacts, deals, activities, and e-mails. The type of information users can share includes weekly reports, team forecasts, and details of business deals.

SalesNow works with BlackBerry e-mail and automatically synchs up with a hosted SalesNow Web site, so any changes made on BlackBerrys are reflected in the app when users return to the office.

Alltel is offering the software for $25 a month for individual users and $40 a month for business users with qualifying data plans on BlackBerrys sold by the carrier. Go here for more information about SalesNow from Alltel.

## This Article Was Originally Published on AllBlackBerry.com

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