• July 9, 2013

Surge Releases a Suite of Mobile Tools for the Entire Sales Lifecycle

Surge Software today released a new mobile sales enablement platform, SurgeHub. SurgeHub is a mobile content management (CMS), customer relationship management (CRM), and order entry application that provides a true mobile sales enablement solution to sales teams large and small.

The tablet, mobile, and Web-based application allows sales teams to upload, organize, and share sales material, queue up content for upcoming presentations, show PowerPoint presentations in slideshow mode, fill out and digitally sign forms, and track and monitor content usage and sessions with clients. SurgeHub also allows sales teams to manage their accounts and contacts, set up customized deal flows, collaborate with other team members, and manage tasks across the organization. In addition, SurgeHub includes a mobile order entry tool, which is branded and customized to fit the needs of each unique business, and works both online and offline.

"There are a number of products in the market that support one part of the sales process, such as giving presentations or managing contacts. SurgeHub is the first application to support the entire mobile sales process, from giving an initial presentation to taking an order, and everything in-between," said Matt MacKay, CEO of Surge Software, in a statement. "Sales people don't want to deal with multiple tools from multiple vendors, and the proliferation of mobile apps is just making things worse. We bring sanity to the market for sales teams by giving them an intuitive, easy-to-use tool that works the same on any device, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and cell phones."

SurgeHub can be used stand-alone or connected to third-party systems. A Web version is included for desktop/browser-based access. SurgeHub can be used in a hosted model or installed on premises.

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