Provo, Utah, February 18th, 2010 — XANT, the leader in productivity software for Inside Sales teams announced today that Domino for Salesforce™ has received the 12th Annual 2009 Product of the Year Award from Customer Interaction Solutions magazine, the leading publication covering CRM, call centers and teleservices since 1982. Domino is the first power dialer technology built natively in Force.com for the Salesforce AppExchange. Domino offers the ability for Inside Sales, Lead Generation, and Call Center Reps to increase their outbound dialing by a factor of 7x over manual dialing.
“The fact that we were able to be the first with a native dialer deserves congratulations to our development team; this award goes to them.” said Ken Krogue, President of XANT
Domino comes with “Power Tools” that include the patent-pending ability to leave a voice message with the click of a button, send email templates and proposals, and twenty other functions designed to save time and increase sales.
“I am pleased to honor XANT for its hard work and success. Domino for Salesforce has demonstrated excellence in contact center technologies as well as providing ROI for the companies that use them,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “For 12 years, Customer Interaction Solutions magazine has been honoring innovative companies for their contributions in advancing technologies and application refinements,” he added.
Domino for Salesforce is designed for Inside Sales Departments to help individual sales reps define their own calling lists using salesforce.com. Soon to be released is Seek for Salesforce™; allowing call center managers to pre–define optimized calling lists for sales reps.
XANT is the leader in web-based dialer solutions for Inside Sales professionals. Their complete Product Suite contains proprietary lead management technology and the only B2B PowerDialer with predictive analytics that calculates who to call and when to call to optimize lead qualification and close rates. Their dialer software was the first native hosted dialer integration in the Salesforce CRM.