Tactile Go, Tactile Peek, and Tact Hello become part of the company's flagship Tact mobile app.
Posted Sep 16, 2015
Tactile, provider of a mobile-first command center designed specifically for field salespeople, today unveiled three new products that empower salespeople while on the road.
Tactile's release involves brand new products as part of its flagship Tact mobile app: Tact Hello, Tact Peek and Tact Go.
"Despite everything we can do with our mobile phones and watches today, sales technology hasn't changed much since salespeople were carrying laptops around," said Chuck Ganapathi, founder and CEO of Tactile, in a statement. "Today we are breaking new ground by taking advantage of the amazing innovation that Apple and other phone manufacturers have packed into their devices and giving salespeople an entirely new way to be productive on the road."
The three apps are the following:
- Tact Hello: Tact now features a business card scanner that leverages the device camera. When salespeople meet new customers, they can now stake a photo of the business card and Tact Hello will automatically recognize the contact fields and create a new contact in Salesforce CRM.
- Tact Peek: Now salespeople can attach rich content, including slide decks, spreadsheets, proposals, sales collateral, videos, and more, without running into email size limitations. Recipients can view the content directly on their desktop or mobile browsers. Tact Peek leverages the devices' real-time push notifications to alert salespeople when prospects open a particular email and gives them detailed insight into how much time was spent on each page.
- Tact Go: Tact gives salespeople a daily agenda of all of their tasks and customer meetings. Tact Go uses the device&'s GPS to overlay a map visualization of their meetings so salespeople have instant access to driving directions, weather forecasts, and Yelp. When they finish a meeting, Tact will prompt them to log the meeting to Salesforce, including voice-to-text notes, and suggest other nearby prospects and customers to visit.