3Seventy Announces New Mobile CRM Solutions for Small Business
3Seventy today launched 3Seventy Local, a mobile CRM platform developed specifically for small businesses.
"We are excited to announce the launch of our complete mobile suite of products developed specifically for small and medium-sized businesses. We've taken our years of experience working with enterprise clients in the mobile space and have created a suite of mobile tools for any small business owners to drive revenue or achieve operational efficiencies." said Carrie Chitsey, founder and CEO of 3Seventy.
3Seventy Local provides small businesses with a platform to create mobile Web sites and targeted SMS campaigns to improve customer experiences, drive revenue, and increase customer loyalty. Small business owners can create and execute marketing campaigns in just a few short steps, allowing them to compete in the mobile space within minutes. 3Seventy is offering a free trial of its Local product and packages starting at $64.95 per month.
"We see many big brands and advertising agencies realizing the importance of a mobile strategy as consumers begin relying on mobile as their primary means of engagement. Until now, custom strategies and solutions were out of reach for many small businesses due to high cost or limited knowledge of mobile strategy. We have built the technology to be very easy to use, and we've developed industry templates, training tools, best practices, and everything a small business needs to create and execute mobile solutions. Our goal with this new product is to remove barriers, educate and help small businesses reach their goals," Chitsey said.>/p>
In addition to offering free SMS campaign trials, 3Seventy will allow companies to purchase the product directly at http://www.3seventylocal.com, or through strategic partner channels. To celebrate the launch of 3Seventy Local, customers can receive $50 off set up fees by entering discount code "SET50" at checkout through Friday, November 4.
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