First, go to your WiredContact mobile site on the iPhone. In this example, it’s http://mobiledemo.wiredcontact.com
Then, you can follow the paragraph on iPhone in this video.
After 10 years of dancing around mobile device hardware and software compatibility problems, I found a solution.
I installed WiredContact, and I didn’t have to care which tablet or phone the reps have. Finally, I can focus on the business process to improve and not chase anyone for fixes or updates. It just works!
I simply customize a web page behind the scenes. The mobile device is just reading a standard web page, and it does not require extra apps to buy, download or break/fix.
Even better, I don’t have pitch an additional license within the same implementation. Client saves money, and I get it done.
So, it was a dark and stormy night. Well, at least dark. At 9 PM, I was working on a fix for a client to automate a complex business process.
On a whim, I emailed the question to WiredContact, expecting an answer sometime the next day.
Instead, Ed, the author of WiredContact, did a remote session at 10:00 PM and installed the necessary feature enhancements. We were done by 10:45 PM.
With 18 years in the software industry under my belt, I have never seen that from a publisher. So, choose your vendors and partners with care. Brand names are cool, but at the end of the day, you need it to work.
I said “tale” as the title;however, this tale actually remains true.
I am with my industry peers in Washington DC. Gonna learn more about ACT & WiredContact. So far, the conference has confirmed web-based CRM is becoming more accepted.