Swyft‘s Mobile App is Right for Any Sales Force or Field Service Team
Increase Efﬁciency, Generate and Prioritize Leads, Cross Sell & Up Sell
Whether your sales force or ﬁeld service team is knocking on doors of individual consumers or businesses, prospecting sales or providing ﬁeld service, Swyft Mobile is the right mobile application for you. Our lead management software and scheduling software is conﬁgurable to support virtually any industry and any selling, cross selling or ﬁeld service solution - and of any size.
Recognizing the nuances that exist among divisions within a business, and sales force ﬁeld service practices that are unique to individual industries, our sales force automation software uses a proprietary deployment methodology for decision management. This allows us to conﬁgure the mobile application to your speciﬁc needs and strategy, at a low cost to you.
Industry and Business Case Examples - Sales Force and Field Service
• Consumer Direct
• Small & Medium Business
• Security Systems
• Home Improvement
• Maintenance & Repairs
• In Home Care
• Medical Supplies
• Insurance - Life, Property, Health
• Banking & Investing
• Real Estate & Mortgage
• Consumer Direct
Reduced Costs, Efﬁcient Processing, Enhanced Up Selling & Cross Selling
Our Mobile Application facilitates cross selling techniques at a lower cost than traditional processes. Accomplished by providing your sales force with a full featured mobile application on their smartphone or tablet that generates and prioritizes leads for prospecting sales, Swyft Mobile recommends the right product and service to be sold unique to each prospect, thereby increasing cross selling and up selling, and facilitating order entry that is conﬁgured uniquely to each product.
Our Mobile Application improves efﬁciency and reduces acquisition and processing costs across the entire sales enterprise by automating routine sales management and order entry tasks, which are oftentimes manual, such as, territory creation and maintenance and sales prospect management.
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