StyleTech Solutions Launches ViewPointCRM Solution In A Bid To Bring Businesses Closer To Their Customers.
We Are So Excited To Announce The Launch Of ViewPointCRM, A Cloud-Based Customer Relationship Management Suite Of Tools That Can Be Integrated With Businesses’ Other Systems To Give Their Teams The Right Tools For The Job.
ViewPointCRM has been developed over the last 3 years to support organisations in delivering an excellent user experience to their front-line employees, to help support improved customer engagement and ultimately drive revenue growth.
Whilst the CRM market globally is highly competitive, ViewPointCRM has been developed to work with customers’ existing IT systems or as a standalone solution and each module within the system can be configured or customised to the needs of a customer’s organisation and can scale as their business evolves. The pandemic has changed the way that many businesses work and accelerated the need to work more flexibly with more easily accessible information and reporting to meet the needs of the evolving customer; we’ve published a whitepaper discussing this here.
Managing Director, David Scotney, stated “The whole team at StyleTech are very excited to finally see their hard work being launched into the wider marketplace. With our extensive experience in developing bespoke solutions across the private and public sector, ViewPointCRM has been carefully developed with not only the user experience in mind but the benefits that can be gained through bringing the huge amount of data that an organisation can hold about their products, customers and suppliers into one place.”
Scientific Laboratory Supplies (SLS), the UK’s largest supplier of scientific equipment, chemicals and consumables, is the first customer to be using ViewPointCRM. Joshua Chapman, Marketing Director for SLS commented:
We chose StyleTech’s ViewPointCRM because their system was unlike anything else we had seen. Not only did StyleTech’s functionality tick more boxes than other systems, but their programme allowed for significant bespoke interfacing that would have required cost-prohibitive development from other packages we were looking at.