Tour de Force releases cloud offering
Tour de Force Inc. announced the release of Tour de Force Cloud.
Tour de Force Cloud is a web-based combined customer relationship management (CRM) and business intelligence (BI) solution that provides analytics, reporting, and dashboards.
The system integrates with a client’s existing ERP/business system to extract ERP data and pre-calculate over 1,000 key data points about each customer, every single day – to transform raw sales data into actionable reports and analytics, which can be put directly into the hands of a sales team. This actionable data can be used to identify trends, optimize business processes, and ultimately, increase sales and revenues. In addition to providing a full range of business intelligence functionality, Tour de Force Cloud also provides accelerated tools for managing relationships with customers, prospects, vendors and more, including Account and Contact management, and automatic Email Logging without the need for manual user interaction.
“Since 2001, we have been focused on providing a robust software solution that offers customer relationship management, sales force automation, and business intelligence, along with many other advanced enterprise features,” said Matt Hartman, president/CEO of Tour de Force, Inc. “While the Tour de Force on-premise Enterprise solution meets the needs of many organizations, we realized we weren’t meeting the needs of organizations who were looking for a software solution that doesn’t require servers within the four walls of their company. The great thing about Tour de Force Cloud is that we have been able to provide many of the same features that are part of the Tour de Force Enterprise application, such as extensive ERP integration, very powerful reporting and analytics features, and basic CRM features that an organization can use to maintain their contact database and manage customer interaction, at an accelerated pace all within a web browser. Their data is now maintained by Tour de Force, eliminating the maintenance of on-premise servers by their organization.”