Las Vegas, Nevada – December 8, 2010 - GroupLink Corporation, makers of ContactWise CRM and eReferrals CRM, premier data management software solutions, announces at the ATT Live Technology Conference today its ContactWise CRM platform for Continuing Education. This Continuing Education (CE) edition can benefit educational institutions that use its reporting tools to maximize prospective revenue and productivity. Reporting may also be used to evaluate school data and department or faculty performance.
The benefits of using the CE edition affect academic and higher education users institutionally from executive administration to directors to CE managers and staff. Deploying the CE edition has many benefits including gaining the ability to view pipeline reports and identify areas of subpar or exceptional performance and the ability to capture critical institution data from current and prospective students.
By implementing the ContactWise CE edition, organizations can leverage the latest CRM technology to benefit faculty, staff, students, and prospective students. Reporting is noted as a powerful benefit of this CRM solution because it allows users to maximize the ability to track, report, and gather information on opportunities and contacts.
Outlook or GroupWise email clients are seamlessly integrated into the CE edition to easily track email history and to calendar institution events and tasks. The application runs on Windows desktops, web browsers, or BlackBerry mobile devices. The server component can be Novell OES, Microsoft Windows, or Linux.
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GroupLink Corporation services over 1,000 enterprise customers and 4,000 worldwide implementations from its US headquarters in Bountiful, Utah. Whether deployed for K12, Higher Education, Government, or other commercial organizations, GroupLink's world class, best-practices Service Desk & CRM/SFA software helps customers automate and add intelligence to business processes, enhance profitability, and lower total cost of ownership.
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