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Salesforce said this announcement will allow Salesforce.com (News - Alert) users to visualize their opportunity pipelines versus seeing them strictly as a grid. The company further notes that these opportunities are represented by cards arranged in columns that represent their sales workflow stage.
"We developed the SalesMagix Opportunity Planning Board to provide users with an easy way to work with their opportunities in Salesforce," said Hamid Shojaee, founder and CEO of SalesMagix, in a press release. "It provides a summary of the information at a glance, color-coding, and opportunity cards that can be edited or moved along to other sales stages quickly. Just one look at the SalesMagix Opportunity Planning Board provides instant insight into an organization's sales outlook."
You can visit the website here if you are interested to test and deploy SalesMagix Opportunity Planning Board.
The good news is that SalesMagix Opportunity Planning Board can be tried for free for 30 days. Once the trial period is over you can purchase it at $500 per year for up to 100 users and $2,500per year for over 100 users.
Salesforce is offering SalesMagix at a 30-day money back guarantee.
Salesforce is also setting up a SalesMAgix stall next month, and encouraging prospective users to visit this cloud computing event, at Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco December 6 – 9.
With AppExchange 2, provides salesforce.com customers can extend the benefits of cloud apps throughout their company. SalesMagix Opportunity Planning Board offers salesforce.com users a brand new way to work with and collaborate on their opportunities.
"The SalesMagix Opportunity Planning Board has truly embraced salesforce.com's vision for making enterprise apps social,” said Kendall Collins, chief marketing officer of Salesforce.com. “Each opportunity card, which resides on the planning board, has its own Chatter button. In addition to working with them visually, Chatterizing the opportunity cards makes it easy for sales teams to collaborate on opportunities,"
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Edited by Juliana Kenny