Jigsaw for Oracle CRM On Demand Launched
November 21, 2008
Businesses using Oracle
CRM On Demand are now able to get automated access to a business-to-business resource thanks to the new Jigsaw
for Oracle (News
) CRM On Demand.
With this new offering, users can automatically export contact and company records into their customer relationship management (CRM) environment.
Jigsaw for Oracle CRM On Demand offers single-click exporting of business contacts and company records from Jigsaw's online directory comprising 10 million business contacts and 1.5 million companies into their CRM solution.
For sales prospecting, sales or marketing teams, being equipped with the right tools to save on time and money, is a must. Jigsaw can provide the team with access to complete business information for every contact including corporate email and direct dial information and allows employees to share contact info. across the team. In addition, it's possible to integrate Jigsaw contact data with any major CRM system and track sales team's prospecting activities and effectiveness for enhanced reporting and customer service.
"With the launch of Jigsaw for Oracle CRM On Demand, Jigsaw broadens the reach and usability of its business contact information in the B (News
)-to-B sector," said Jim Fowler, Jigsaw CEO and co-founder.
"Oracle users can now extract more value from their CRM by accessing Jigsaw's contact and company information to further enhance their sales and marketing activities. Users benefit from deep functionality, ease-of-use and on-demand availability, creating a powerful CRM system that enables improved business execution."
Jigsaw is a member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork, a network of more than 20,000 companies providing solutions based on Oracle software. Jigsaw was founded in 2004, and is located in San Mateo, California and is funded by Austin Ventures, El Dorado Ventures, and Norwest Venture Partners.
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Edited by Stefania Viscusi