Introducing call2CRM, the app that updates your CRM about a call straight from your mobile.
Make and take calls on your Android* phone as normal, call2CRM listens for the end call signal. A screen pops up asking if you want to add the call to your CRM*
The app will search your CRM to see if the number is recognized. If it is, it will bring up the person’s details.
You can add quick responses and free text notes about the call.*
Hit save a note will be recorded in your CRM against that person.*
If the number isn’t in your CRM, the app will create a new contact using information from your phone’s contact list, and create a task to remind you to add more details about the person.
You can tag personal numbers with just one click, so you aren’t prompted to add these calls.*
Simple, unobtrusive and easy to set up and use.
Download the free app from the Google Play Store and try the premium features for free for 10 days.
*sadly Apple’s terms and use of service prohibit apps from passing personal data (such as call details) to third parties, for the moment, an iOS version is not possible.
The missing link solved
– Don, 2016
– James, 2016
No idea how I survived before call2crm! Totally worth the upgrade to premium too – it’s a no-brainer.
– Derek, 2016
This app is great…..i can look back not only on the call history but also my email history at the same time.
– Samuel, 2016
Effective and easy to use.
An incredibly effective way of keeping track of leads.
– Paul, 2016
Improve your data quality and customer experience
Dialled a number from your phone’s address book that isn’t in your CRM?
call2CRM will add a new contact for you and create a task as a reminder to update the name from the default time and date if you haven’t got a name stored in your phone.
Customer communication isn’t just about email
Using call2CRM now means your CRM is more up to date and you are more effective.
Use premium features to quickly add notes
Use default actions to record if you connected, left a voicemail or didn’t get an answer.
Don’t spend time trying to remember who you spoke to or what about when you next add notes to your CRM.