Frustration, inefficiency, and how we ended up in the automatic call dialer business. Making your numbers ain’t always easy. We know; we’ve spent decades with headsets stuck to our ears, pitching all kinds of stuff to all kinds of people. Then the recession hit, and everyone we knew was working even harder, and getting less in return. Frustrating, right? We figured, there’s gotta be a better way. So we waited for someone to come up with it. And we waited. Automatic call dialer technology started offering some solutions, but they all seemed, well, patched together. The built-in inefficiencies still kept sales teams from gaining any real traction. So we tried this and tried that. We stumbled across better ways to merge CRM and telephony. We coughed up features that magically seemed to convert better. And we found that emerging cloud tech could be configured for a whole new level of flexibility. And yeah, we obsessed a little. Okay, a lot. In the end, we found ways to synchronize everything until it all worked so well, that it surprised even us. Then the things we were selling really started selling. Over some celebratory beers one day, we looked back at what we had accomplished, and somehow came to the conclusion that this was too big just to keep it to ourselves. So we got the bright idea to smooth out the final rough edges, pretty up the interface, and share it with the world. That’s pretty much how PowerDialer CRM was born. And you know what? Thousands of sales teams all over the world ‘got it.’ They quickly saw the elegance, the potential, the amazing level of efficiency the product offered them. A new customer named Daniel McRae wrote, “My first hour I booked 5 appointments on one line. Unbelievable and amazing, I just loved it. I was so pumped I upgraded to 3 lines!” That pumped us up too. So we kept improving the automatic call dialer that became PowerDialer CRM. And we added other products that telephone sales teams seemed to need. Awards and great reviews followed, as well as an ‘A’ rating by the Better Business Bureau. Our systems were adopted by big companies like Keller Williams and more. But you know what the best part was for us? When our customers suggested features that would make our systems even better. We’ve integrated a lot of those ideas, and have better products to show for it. Have an idea to contribute? We’d love to hear from you. The point is, whatever you’re selling, we want to help you sell more of it. Because we know that warm tingly feeling inside when you beat expectations.
Business News Daily - Apr 13, 2021
... system plans that differ by price and included features, as well as plans for video conferencing, contact centers and sales dialers.
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