ORLANDO, Fla. July 19, 2011 August 15, 2011
"The ACC team is passionate about the same thing IA is, we believe that we can provide a better overall experience for our clients, while allowing them to achieve their goals in the most productive, efficient way possible, thus increasing their productivity, customer retention, and bottom line," notes Joe Vangeiri, head of marketing for ACC.
About Automated Customer Care, Inc.
Automated Customer Care’s online customer relationship management system (CRM) fulfills the basic needs of businesses large or small. Its many features include customer prospecting, customer tracking, out-bound and in-bound customer relationship management. The system has been designed for the small office/ home office (SOHO) environment. ACC is a full vertical integration ‘one stop’ for customer database, customer telephony and customer email. This Wizard based system allows easy use for those not highly trained in IT. One familiar with windows and Facebook can use it thus eliminating the need for IT staff. Much like Constant Contact, Sales Force and LinkedIn ACC has been designed as a true Web 2.0 Software as a Service (SaaS).
More details about launch of WEB 2.0 INTERFACE will be provided in beginning of August.
Information Architects Corp. (IACH) is a worldwide Marketing and Distribution company.
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