According to a news release from PRWeb, Kaleidico.com, makers of lead management technology, claim to have developed a “a revolutionary new concept ” for managing sales leads. The concept heralds the end of CRM, say the company.
SalesTwit.com is, according to the press release, “a whole new paradigm in sales management systems.” Um. That really depends on how “paradigm” is defined, but okay. Whether or not it leads to a paradigm shift remains to be seen.
It seems to be jumping the gun a bit, to make such a claim, or jumping on the Twitter bandwagon, when even Twitter hasn’t figured how to monetize itself. But maybe that’s not the idea. SalesTwit is a free mobile app, providing rapid response times between the sales force and leads.
But the concept is sure to generate a lot of interest. It claims to enable the user to connect sales leads from any data source, any place.
Indeed, Kaleidico.com’s CEO, Bill Rice, claims to have “…eliminated the need for CRM or other complex software…” or any desktop application.
For the moment, SalesTwit is still in Beta. Interested users can request an invite.
“Kuhn used the duck-rabbit optical illusion to demonstrate the way in which a paradigm shift could cause one to see the same information in an entirely different way.” Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paradigm_shift