Ever wish that business phone on your desk was as smart as the one in your pocket? With our new Intellgent Dialer for Salesforce.com customers, it can be even smarter. Our softphone works as an extension in Google Chrome (the world’s number one browser) and syncs data with Salesforce.com (the world’s number one CRM), enabling […]
TwilioCon 2013 is quickly approaching, and we’re hoping we’ll see you there. Twilio’s annual conference, which takes on September 17-19 in San Francisco, brings together developers, entrepreneurs an decision makers focused on revolutionizing communications. We’ll be at our booth in the Partner Pavilion throughout the conference starting in the afternoon of the 17th. We’re excited […]
Since Apple’s iPad mini came out last year, it has quickly become one of our favorite mobile business devices. This is an updated version of the popular productivity guide that we put out several months ago. Over time, we’ve found that the mini is the perfect size for portability, while offering a screen size that’s conducive […]
“Sell high or die.” This phrase should be a mantra to all B2B salespeople. And when I say “sell high” I’m not talking about stocks. I mean that you need to take that figurative—or literal—elevator the C-Suite. Are the products you offer the best-in-class? Are your services superlative? Good. But that doesn’t matter at all unless […]
The New Year is always a time to look at ways which we can improve ourselves. For some it’s hitting the gym more often, and for others it’s spending more time with your family. But for many sales professionals, it’s also a time to consider new ways to capture better clients and close bigger deals. […]
A survey conducted by the National Sales Executive Association reveals that only 10% of sales professionals are following up with leads more than three times. While nearly half (48%) of sales agents are never following up with their leads at all. The same survey shows that 10% of sales are closed on the fourth contact, […]
A new survey has revealed that more than half of businesses are choosing telecom providers based on the availability of application programming interfaces (APIs). Telephony APIs are typically used to add features to existing applications such as call conferencing, call recording and SMS. As APIs move toward becoming the preferred way for businesses to access wholesale […]
2020 update: This post contains legacy content regarding ringDNA features. For the most recent up-to-date information about ringDNA, please check out our amazing solutions at www.ringdna.com After getting some great feedback form our customers on our video about making outbound sales calls on your iPad, we wanted to express just how terrific our iPad app is […]
We’d like to thank our early adopters for all the feedback we’ve been receiving since launching RingDNA Free for Salesforce. We’re hearing a lot about increased productivity and fun. Here’s what we’ve been hearing: RingDNA Slashes Call Prep Time Sales reps spend 24% of their time researching to prepare for sales calls, according to a recent […]
Imagine it’s the not-too-distant future and you walk into a museum exhibit entitled “The History of Voice Communications.” On display is a menagerie of antiquated voice communications devices that were once cutting-edge solutions, that in their day made the world seem a bit smaller. Nestled among old-time rotary phones, 1980s Miami Vice-era car phones and […]
RingDNA has proven victorious at StartupCamp6! Thanks to an inspired pitch by our Founder and CEO, Howard Brown, we were voted first place. Howard pitched our vision for the future of voice communications, highlighting features currently available on our app, RingDNA Free for Salesforce, while outlining upcoming features on our product roadmap. The “ready, set, pitch” […]
  As Marc Benioff made clear during the Dreamforce conference keynote last week, Salesforce.com is highly focused on the power of mobile and social media for business transformation. Benioff sees social media as the latest in a “continuum of innovation” that began with the mainframe revolution in the 1970s, personal computers in the 1980s, the […]