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Reduce costs & increase efficiency with SMS

Posted on: 11 May 05


Did you know you can generate SMS messages from any software that can send an email or generate an HTTP request such as Outlook, Lotus Notes..?
These practical, secure and easy-to-use products from PharmiWeb partner, RedOxygen, allow users to:
  • Send SMS messages to staff, suppliers and customers around the world from their desktops using Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes or a delivery channel for a custom developed CRM/ERP application
  • Receive message replies in their inboxes or on their mobile phones
  • Receive calendar reminders on their phones via SMS
  • Control corporate account usage, cost and technical support with online management tools.
Several beneficial applications also help employees remain connected to both local and remote colleagues:
  • Sales Managers can coordinate meetings with field staff, send reminders about key selling messages and notify employees of new target sales goals.
  • The Technology Department can use SMS to notify the force of server problems or completed computer repairs.
  • Administrative Staff members can send important phone messages to representatives away from their desks.
  • Most employees benefit from the ability to send and receive meeting and appointment reminders on their mobile phones.
  • Automatically broadcast SMS messages to a distribution group
  • Saves money by eliminating pager costs
  • Saves time for field staff and call centres
  • Rapid installation
  • No hardware needed
For a free trial, click below:

Mike Wood

Last updated on: 27/08/2010 11:40:18

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