Product Quick Facts
eWay-CRM, a product of eWay System, was designed to help companies around the world to better manage their business. Since 2008, eWay System has focused solely on eWay-CRM, to ensure its continued success, usability, and power.
eWay-CRM is a CRM built inside Microsoft Outlook. It helps companies all around the world to efficiently manage customers, business opportunities, and projects. It even has a built-in marketing module, that allows you to send bulk email with just a few clicks, all within the CRM.
Since eWay-CRM is built inside Outlook, you already know how it’s used; there’s no new software to learn, and no special training required. Collaboratively manage email communications across your team, sorting by contact or project, and delegate follow-up tasks. Your Outlook calendar lives inside eWay-CRM as well, allowing you to see who is meeting with what customer at what time. Additionally, you can create simple or complex workflows to manage your established processes within the system — it adapts to you, instead of the other way around. Custom fields, permission policies, and drop-down menus are just a few of the advanced administrative capabilities offered.
Business opportunities can be easily sorted by sales stage, and project deadlines and individual responsibilities are highly visible. The marketing module means you can track prospects’ interactions with your email and marketing campaigns. Furthermore, the single client database means all of your Outlook contacts can be easily shared with your entire team, and you can attach all required documentation directly to a customer or project entry, set follow-up reminders, and much more.
We recommend eWay-CRM to any business looking for a simple CRM solution, but especially firms switching away from MS Dynamics, or who want CRM within Outlook.
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(Last updated on 07/25/2016 by Mary Houston Coker)