sales-i is a business intelligence tool for sales teams that analyzes big data and turns it into actionable insights which help to increase customer spend. The app extracts all the data entered into your ERP or back office and processes it, identifying sales opportunities, competitive threats and accessing sales performance. sales-i can be used to create dashboards as well as rich, customer-facing reports on laptops, tablets or smartphones to bring to client meetings.
sales-i's data analysis tools help to understand buying behavior such as why one product is selling more than another this month, or why revenue has dropped or increased. Along with understanding present customer behavior, sales-i also analyzes past and present data in order to make future predictions around how both your customers and competitors will behave over the coming months, enabling sales agents to call customers at the most timely moment, armed with contextual information.
All of this data, along with customer interactions and contact details can be recorded and stored in sales-i's built-in CRM. The CRM can be used to store documents and contact details, share notes, visualize your opportunity pipeline, schedule calls and appointments, and assign accounts. sales-i also includes a set of sales management tools that include real-time performance data visualization by department, as well as the ability to assign specific sales campaigns and actions to agents based on data insights, such as which customer to call, when to call them and why.
Using sales-i is a breeze even though I'm not particularly 'techy'. I can find what I'm looking for quickly with the campaigns I set up initially and if I want to answer any other questions or even just have a play I go into the inquiries to gain more insight.
I love that any data I find related to customers is then linked to the CRM part of the system, so it gives me a reason to contact a customer, ammunition to use when I do and an organized way to record the call or visit etc.
To be honest, I got a good demonstration of sales-i before we signed up so we knew what we were getting and haven't been disappointed one bit. We use the web version and the apple app for iPads and the use is just as easy, if not easier, on the road. I'd like some kind of push notification on the app for the sales guys but actually, without it, it means they have to log in themselves, which isn't a bad thing. I want to keep everyone engaged.
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sales-i offers the following pricing plans:
Pricing model: Subscription
Free Trial: Not Available
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sales-i has the following typical customers:
Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business
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sales-i supports the following devices:
Android, iPhone, iPad
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sales-i offers the following support options:
FAQs, Knowledge Base, Online Support, Phone Support, Video Tutorials