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New vision for OGL

Published 26th November, 2013 by Neil Nixon

New vision for OGL

Worcestershire based, OGL Computer - providers of IT support, IT solutions and business management software - has unveiled a new web-based sales intelligence software solution, SalesVision.

SalesVision delivers vital business data to management teams and frontline sales staff whenever and wherever they are so they never miss a single sales opportunity. It helps businesses to understand customer buying trends and improve customer retention, improve sales productivity through targeted customer engagement, grow market share by unveiling hidden sales potential and access up-to-the-minute sales data, on-demand, to optimise cross-sell and up-sell opportunities.

OGL Computer has almost 40 years' experience in developing high-end software solutions for businesses across the UK. prof.ITplus (business management software) is its number one software product for the stockist, distributor and wholesaler market. Over 300 businesses are already benefiting and seeing an increase in their productivity as well as improvements in the efficiency of their business processes resulting in a measurable growth in profit.

“SalesVision is an exciting addition to our software portfolio which has been developed and driven by the needs of our customers,” said Debbie Byrne, director of OGL Computer. “Many of our customers were telling us that one of their biggest challenges was mobilising vital sales and customer information from their ERP system and delivering it directly to their sales and management teams whether based in the office, working remotely or out on the road. So we listened, and SalesVision was developed and launched.”

To coincide with the release of the software solution, OGL has unveiled a brand new website dedicated to SalesVision at www.ogl-salesvision.co.uk. The website offers an in-depth look at the product as well as short video demonstrations and customer testimonials.

www.ogl.co.uk

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http://www.ogl.co.uk