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CRM on the Go for

Wireless CRM application allows customers to access their CRM data via handheld devices.

Commercial software provider iEnteprises, Inc., and today announced immediate availability of iEnterprises' wireless CRM application, CRM on the Go, for users. It’s tightly integrated with Salesforce via the Appforce on-demand platform, so customers can now extend their CRM to their RIM BlackBerry or other handheld devices. They can instantaneously retrieve critical information that normally resides in Salesforce, anytime anywhere -- even when they are out of cellular network coverage.

CRM on the Go also offers multi-lingual capabilities and tightly integrates to Lotus Notes and Microsoft Outlook, making email access seamless. users have the choice of deploying CRM on the Go as a hosted and/or premise-based solution.

"Our philosophy is to help companies define and focus on the mobile workforce's top ten needs and help solve them one step at a time," said Matt Zimmerman, Vice-President of Business Development, iEnterprises, Inc. "CRM on the Go brings Salesforce users a simple and affordable way to extend their CRM investments and boost productivity and profitability.

John Carini, iEnterprises' Chief Corporate and Product Strategy Officer, added: "Best of all, CRM on the Go's remarkably easy to install and use -- therefore, users get excited to use their CRM system and ROI can be gained in a matter of weeks."

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