Nimble, a smart CRM for Office 365 and G Suite, recently revealed Nimble 5.0, a team relationship manager which moves beyond app- or department-specific contact views and “places relationships at the center of every engagement, without high cost or complexity of an enterprise CRM,” Nimble says.
“As our customers have adopted Office 365, team sizes have grown and their needs have become more complex. We built Nimble 5.0 to integrate with the business apps and tools they use everyday: Office 365, Teams, Edge, Power BI, Dynamics 365, and applications built using Azure,” said Nimble CEO Jon Ferrara.
New in Nimble 5.0 smart CRM:
- A single system of record for relationships across the organization — two-way contact sync with hundreds of business apps enables teams to engage intelligently by accessing a shared 360-degree view of contacts enriched with company and personal insights, social signals, communication histories
- Redesigned contact record with inline editing and granular activity tracking — updated UI scales to browser screen size for a more intuitive perspective on the people who matter most
- All-new Activities Listing Tab and Custom Activities Type — teams able to organize, prioritize, and track activities (including calls, tasks, and events)
- Email tracking everywhere you work
- Contact privacy with user group controls
- New Database field types (text, date, numeric, float)
- Detailed activity reporting, activity automation, and greater customization — integrations with Azure common data services and Microsoft Power BI helps Nimble 5.0 deliver detailed dashboards of CRM reports and visualization
“Too many CRM solutions focus on collecting and counting arbitrary data deemed important by some pinhead manager who never sold a day in their life,” said Rich Bohn, President of Sell More Now.
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“What makes Nimble CRM unique is that it’s squarely focused on relationship-building, empowering the whole company, not just sales people, to communicate effectively with all the requisite context and social insights they need to engage at their fingertips.”