Sales automation software company TinderBox today released its next-generation sales solution, which now can accommodate scenarios throughout the sales cycle, from presentation to close.
The major changes to the TinderBox application include a revamped mobile-first user interface and full document support to help customers build sales processes.
TinderBox is Web-based software that enables users to leverage their data to generate consistent, trackable sales documents for each touchpoint in the sales lifecycle. The latest version of TinderBox provides businesses with a new toolbox to automate the most repetitive processes.
"We've raised the bar with the new TinderBox, transforming it from a point solution to a robust sales automation solution and product suite that is ready for the increasingly mobile workforce," said Dustin Sapp, CEO and cofounder of TinderBox, in a statement. "With mobile compatibility, complete document support and an improved interface, salespeople are able to move throughout the entire sales cycle easily and quickly with one comprehensive and simple solution."
The redesigned, mobile-first user interface is responsive on any mobile device to maintain consistent workflow and serve sales teams who rely on tablets and smartphones to conduct business. The updated dashboard provides an up-to-date newsfeed of all document activity, such as when a document is created, accepted, or edited. For increased visibility, TinderBox also delivers a monthly summary of account-wide performance at a glance.
TinderBox introduced a new look and feel to the product's navigation, while building on TinderBox's core features: tracking and analytics, inserting content and rich media into documents, and publishing documents and changing views. It also builds on existing functionality to provide users with a more scalable search interface complete with preview and content organization capabilities, including dynamic filters and tagging. By creating custom filters and saving them for future use, customers can search across all documents and the content within them, as well as document attributes such as status, type, author, and client.
The previous version of TinderBox will remain available until the end of 2014.