SprinxCRM Announces New Edition With Focus on Compatibility
LOS ANGELES and PRAGUE, Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ — SprinxCRM today announced that their customer relationship management system now offers increased compatibility with more browsers and operating systems.
“This new edition of SprinxCRM is one example of our overall strategy to expand compatibility with various browsers and operating systems,” said Radko Jelinek, Sprinx’ Director of Sales, “thereby making our customer relationship management system even more flexible and useful to a wider range of clients.”
Building on pre-existing support for Microsoft Internet ExplorerÃ‚®, Mozilla FirefoxÃ‚®, BlackBerryÃ‚® and Windows MobileÃ‚®, SprinxCRM also announced the addition of Google Chrome(TM) to its list of supported browsers.
“In keeping with our mission to provide clients with anticipatory solutions, we are well underway with the development of SprinxCRM Universal Sync Module with open API interface, and we are on track for its scheduled release this coming spring,” said Jelinek. “Sales professionals are always looking for a competitive edge, along with ways to maximize their time. This innovation will offer them both . . . along with greatly improved data accessibility and overall business efficiencies,” he continued.
Sprinx Systems was founded in 1996 in the Czech Republic, where it became widely recognized as the premier producer and supplier of business administration systems. Today, Sprinx Systems LLC is a worldwide provider of CRM solutions and related business marketing applications. Sprinx features a powerful, web-based CRM that also includes important sales management and reporting elements that enable its users to analyze, as well as gather, critical customer data. Sprinx is also a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.
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