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Pocomos Launches a New Sales Utility

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The new sales utility provides cloud-based sales tracking, closing rates, and lead information to sales staff.

| April 16, 2013

Pocomos Lead Project Manager Scott Hunter said the company wanted to create a system that people would use to increase sales.

OREM, Utah — The founders of Pocomos pest control software have released a new sales and retention utility.

“Pocomos comes loaded with tools that increase sales and decrease customer attrition,” says Pocomos co-founder Jeremiah Olsen.

Pocomos’ new sales utility provides cloud-based sales tracking, closing rates, and lead information to sales staff. Users can track their sales progress against other staff in their office, other offices, company averages, and their own personal goals.

“We know that what you track, you increase, and when that tracking is measured against others in a friendly competition, the rate of growth accelerates,” said Olsen.

Beyond its ability to increase sales and provide sales tools, Pocomos provides its users with a cloud-based experience across all platforms. Salespeople, office staff, and management can collaborate simultaneously from Macs, Windows, iPads, Androids, and other platforms.

The developers from Pocomos who designed the sales utility said the new sales tools are user-oriented, easy to figure out, and powerful.

“We wanted to create a system that people would actually use to increase sales," said Scott Hunter, lead project manager from Pocomos.

For more information visit www.pocomos.net.

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