Marketing and sales operations professionals, we can help you stop your data headaches! We've beefed up our new self-service data integration tool, ProgressEasyl, part of the Progress Pacific PaaS platform, to make it even easier for you to gain insight into customer data scattered across sales and marketing applications.
What exactly does that mean? Well, until recently, unlocking on-premise customer data from a cloud-based solution has been a major challenge driving many problems for businesses. But, not anymore! Today we announced Easyl's new capabilities that completely defeat this problem by allowing you to integrate both on-premise and cloud data, without having to make any network changes.
We understand your need for greater business agility, better customer insights and up-to-date reporting on data from what is an insane number of CRM, marketing automation and other systems these days. But Easyl dramatically simplifies that process of securely combining, cleaning, and collaborating on data, so you can make better business decisions without having to spend hours/days of your time building reports and dashboards.
As John Goodson, our Chief Product Officer, explains it, "The number of applications that businesses rely on for their decision making is exploding. Whether it's sales data, customer lists or lead flows, organizations of all sizes have multiple, ever-changing data sources they need to consolidate, analyze and report on in order to make the best decisions. With the Progress Easyl solution, none of these applications are an island anymore."
Do we have you saying, "I want to check out this tool," yet?
Well, here's what you can do:
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