LionOBytes today announced the integration of Microsoft Office 365 with its flagship CRM, LionO360. This enhancement makes it easier for small-to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs) using Office 365 to manage customer relationships in one centralized hub, increase productivity, and grow their business.
“According to industry analysts, Microsoft Office 365 is the most widely used cloud service by user count, especially among SMEs,” says Arun Upadhyay, Founder and CEO of LionOBytes. “With LionO360, sales and field services reps can use the Office 365 email and calendar tools they depend on every day, while also having the added power and functionality of our proven CRM, from anywhere and on any device.”
With the Microsoft Office 365 integration, LionO360 users can link Outlook emails, view contact history, create opportunities, tasks, and events, import all exported Outlook contacts, attach OneDrive files to any customer records, auto-sync events between LionO360 and Exchange calendars, and more.
LionO360 is both a cloud and mobile-based CRM and ERP solution specifically designed for SMEs. Capabilities include sales automation, warehouse management, customer service management, field representative management, and route management all in one platform. LionO360 helps SMBs grow their business by converting more sales leads, providing better support for their inside and outside sales teams, and enabling comprehensive inventory management.
Recently, LionO360 added a variety of new mobile features including navigation functionalities, route and direction management, customer site visit history, integrated email marketing solutions for Constant Contact and Mailchimp, and accounting software QuickBooks.
LionOBytes is a mid-sized software development company that offers various proven, secure and high-performance IT solutions, including CRMs, e-commerce, and mobile applications. The company provides these solutions organizations in finance, telecom, insurance, medical and other industry verticals. Follow them on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.