After announcing E6 Solutions
as its premier solutions provider earlier this month, Pipeliner CRM, a software system
that enables salespeople and teams to understand their sales process, announced its second major release of this year– “Pipeliner Collection.” With this new solution
, the company focuses on giving its data visualization capabilities an upgrade for both its desktop and mobile versions.
According to Pipeliner, its new launch is named after a 340 AD work by Greek mathematician Pappus of Alexandria who explained on results obtained by his predecessors. The company draws a parallel to this and claims that it has enhanced the way its extensive data gathering capabilities can be presented and visualized both on the desktop and on mobile devices.
“Our visual approach has completely changed the whole concept of CRM and with every release is further demonstrating how CRM can be a dynamic productivity tool for sales professionals and sales leaders alike. This is in stark contrast to traditional CRM which is stuck in a past of hard-to-use and passive data repositories,” said Nikolaus Kimla, Founder and CEO, Pipeliner.
Pipeliner Collection, according to the company, unifies the compact view across leads, accounts, opportunities and contacts while adding a third way of viewing the pipeline. Additionally, Collection introduces an Account Hierarchy
capability which allows, for example, parent companies, subsidiaries and departments to be connected and then, further represented in visual organization charts.
“With this new release of our desktop and mobile apps we are once again introducing market-leading capabilities such as the Account Hierarchies and unified compact views as well as a host of enhancements to our mobile app. All of these features are designed to take multiple data sources and make them visual, understandable and immediately useable by a busy sales professional,” Kimla added.
This release comes at a time when Pipeliner is eyeing to become the most effective, efficient and productive CRM available on any device. The company is committed to increase both its IOS and Android development resources significantly.