The goyaPhone is a CRM designed as communication tool: salespeople can make sales calls at a click of a button. For emails, another essential tool for prospecting, users define email templates they can customize on the fly. The interface is designed for maximum efficiency: the goyaPhone makes phone calls, sends emails and relieves salespeople of the data-entry burden because the software automatically remembers everything about every lead, without the end-user having to remember anything.
That's absolutely critical for the follow-up. Suppose that out of the thousands of prospects you've called, you'd want to call back all the prospects you've talked to for more than 10 minutes, who've agreed to receive an email but who weren't ready to move forward and it's been 3 months since you last talked to them. With a traditional CRM, finding these prospects would first require lots of data-entry and even then, the software might not be designed to make the data meaningful to answer such question. Or how about just calling back all of this morning's voicemails? With the goyaPhone, in just a few clicks, users can find interesting prospects to call back based on the work they've already done: the follow-up is practically done for them. ... More Info »
The goyaPhone is built by Sylvain Courcoux, a French entrepreneur who spent 12 years in Silicon Valley, mostly in financial sales. The goyaPhone started as a pivot: he was fired from his previous startup and decided he was going to teach himself programming and use his sales experience to design a CRM.
The goyaPhone works in English, French and German.
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