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Help Your Sales Team Hit a Home Run
Help Your Sales Team Hit a Home Run

 
April 16, 2013 12:38PM
Campaigner Sales Process Management Solution Helps Sales Teams Hit Home Runs -- CampaignerCRM™ Launches New Product that Equips Sales Managers and Reps with the Visibility and Insight for Sales Success
 



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  • Customer communication portal helps shorten the sales cycle by knowing when customers are ready to buy

    CampaignerSPM is available today and includes 25,000 emails per user, unlimited contacts and no seat limitations for $59.99 per user, per month. For more information about CampaignerSPM and its features, visit http://www.campaignercrm.com/en/spm-software.

    In conjunction with the release, Campaigner will also be issuing a Sales Playbook that will help organizations to maximize the data and functionality of CampaignerCRM and CampaignerSPM to create their own automated best practices. The playbook can be downloaded here: http://www.campaignercrm.com/en/crm-software/resources/whitepapers/playbook/.

    About Campaigner

    Campaigner sales and marketing enables small, medium and large businesses to strengthen customer relationships and drive sales by connecting with their customers quickly, simply and affordably. Features include professional email campaign creation, multiple ways to grow and manage lists, integration with CRM and the utilization of campaign metrics and reports to increase results. Campaigner is a brand and registered trademark of j2 Global Canada, Inc., an affiliate of j2 Global, Inc. (NASDAQGS:JCOM). Learn more and visit Campaigner at www.campaigner.com.

    About j2 Global™

    j2 Global, Inc. (NASDAQ: JCOM) provides Internet services through its two divisions: Business Cloud Services and Digital Media. The Business Cloud Services Division offers Internet fax, virtual phone, hosted email, email marketing, online backup, unified communications and CRM solutions. It markets its services principally under the brand names eFax®, eVoice®, FuseMail®, Campaigner®, CampaignerCRM(tm), KeepItSafe®, and Onebox® and operates a messaging network spanning 49 countries on six continents. The Digital Media Division, created with j2 Global's November 2012 acquisition of Ziff Davis, Inc., offers trusted news and reviews of technology products on its web properties, which include PCMag.com, ExtremeTech.com, ComputerShopper.com, Toolbox.com and Geek.com. The Digital Media Division also operates BuyerBase®, an advanced ad-targeting platform; LogicBuy.com, a leading provider of online deals; and Ziff Davis B2B, a leading provider of research to enterprise buyers and leads to IT vendors. As of December 31, 2012, j2 Global had achieved 17 consecutive fiscal years of revenue growth. For more information about j2 Global, please visit http://www.j2global.com.

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