Intellisync Advances CRM Mobility with Launch of New Oracle/PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne Mobile Sales Application

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Intellisync Corporation, a leading developer and marketer of wireless software for the worldwide mobile communications industry, has announced that Oracle/ PeopleSoft has launched an Intellisync-powered mobile sales product in the EnterpriseOne line.

PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne 8.11 Mobile Sales is designed to extend Oracle/ PeopleSoft data to users of laptop and tablet PCs.

Mobile Sales is the second Intellisync-based product in the EnterpriseOne line. PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne 8.11 PIM Sync provides server-to-server synchronization of contacts, calendar entries and tasks between EnterpriseOne 8.11 and Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Domino groupware.

"The new Intellisync-powered EnterpriseOne Mobile Sales application reflects the expanding relationship between Oracle/PeopleSoft and Intellisync to make important enterprise information available, when and where employees need it," explained Intellisync CEO Woodson (Woody) Hobbs.

"At the same time, this announcement underscores Intellisync’s strong presence in the CRM marketplace, where we have provided leading-edge mobility and synchronization solutions to the category’s marquee players for over eight years. We believe these companies turn to us because of our well-established track record of success, along with our ability to address a broad range of devices, applications and data types.”

PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne Mobile Sales - Powered by Intellisync - integrates with the Sales Force Automation and Sales Order Entry modules of the EnterpriseOne CRM family, enabling salespeople to place orders and access contacts, leads, opportunities, forecasts and tasks while away from the office.

The solution includes two high-performance components of the award-winning Intellisync Mobile Suite product to keep laptop and tablet PC users in touch with the information on which they depend throughout the day.