ONDiGO Offers Mobile CRM Solution for Small Businesses

Small businesses in search of a mobile CRM tool have a new option. ONDiGO is a mobile app that offers extra layers of contact management and categorization to help businesspeople on the go.

Contacts are color-coded, with labels such as personal, business, new, and in progress. Within the app, users can view call history, make calls, and send text messages. They can also add add notes to a contact. The notes, which appear next to the contact, may be reminders about outstanding tasks, deliverables, or where a rep is in a deal. As a user adds more notes, ONDiGO creates a history surrounding the business associates that the user can easily reference.

Users can create tasks tied to contacts and schedule meetings. The information is also searchable, allowing users to search for a keyword to find information or a contact. They can also generate daily reports pulling from ONDiGO information.

"Customer management and prospecting are the two extremely important aspects for any business owner, and the ONDiGO Mobile App allows them to network on the go," said cofounder and CMO Ohad Oren in a statement. Because ONDiGO does not offer any custom fields or customization, it's designed for smaller businesses that don't have the time or resources for highly specialized programs.

"We created the ONDiGO Mobile App because we understand the needs of small business owners, and wanted to provide them with an easy to use tool that will adapt to the way they work," Oren describes. "We automated as much as we possibly could to date."

The app is currently available for free in the Google Play store. An iOS version will be available soon.


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