We are pleased to announce the availability of Mobile Express for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0. Mobile Express gives organizations a Microsoft supported mobile solution with the power of choice: choices in the devices and in the networks they use when going mobile.
This month, Bill Band of Forrester Consulting reported that 73% of companies with mobile CRM deployments recognized that mobile CRM improved employee productivity. But too many organizations have not yet taken their customer facing personnel mobile. Sometimes this is due to perceived cost or complexity or lack of device standardization. Because we want all of our customers to gain the advantages that a mobile CRM solution provides, Mobile Express is available with no additional fees, is deeply integrated with the security and customization tools in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 and runs on virtually any device that can display HTML 4.0. With Mobile Express, users can experience increased productivity while on the road and system administrators can enjoy a fast deployment with no need to update and deploy device software.
Mobile Express for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 is available as a free download and supports the product’s full customization and multi tenant capabilities. Those capabilities allow organizations to deploy a CRM solution for one set of workers and, using the same software licenses and hardware, develop instantly mobilized xRM solutions for a wide variety of other business needs using point and click tools.
Enough chatter though. Follow the link above, read the fine print and download Mobile Express. Look for details on the Mobile Express for Microsoft Dynamics CRM roadmap in the next Statement of Direction coming next week.
Mobile Express for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 as seen from the HTC Touch Pro running Internet Explorer. You didn’t think I was going to show screen shots of it running on an iPhone did you?
Customization tools are embedded within the application and use the same user roles you already have to provide role based experiences on the device.
I’ll see you on the road (wth Mobile Express, of course),