Insightly Brings CRM, Project Management to Android Devices
Insightly, a provider of customer relationship management (CRM) applications for small businesses, today announced the immediate availability of the free Insightly app for Android devices. The app is available for download onGoogle Play.
Users can access Insightly's CRM and project management solution at anytime from anywhere, allowing for collaboration while working remotely or in the field. They can immediately pull up customer information to respond to inquiries.
With the new Android application, Insightly mobile users enjoy the same features and usability of the Insightly Web application with easier and faster navigation than accessing Insightly from a mobile browser. Users can review, track, and manage customers, contacts, opportunities, events, and project status at any time, and all information is reflected in the Insightly Web application.
"Small-business employees are constantly on-the-go and need to collaborate on projects and manage customer relationships at all times. For those users, we're delivering the convenience of mobile CRM and project management with the Android app," said Anthony Smith, CEO of Insightly, in a statement. "Insightly is much more than just a small-business CRM solution. We give businesses detailed insight into their customers, prospects, and internal processes, and the Android app furthers that accessibility."
In addition to the new Android app, Insightly's iOS app is also available for free download from the iTunes App Store.
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