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Tylr Mobile Launches WorkinBox at DEMO Mobile 2013

New Mobile Email Inbox for Salespeople, Connected to Salesforce.com CRM

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - April 17, 2013) -  DEMO Mobile --

Tylr Mobile today announced WorkinBox, a new mobile email inbox for salespeople connected to salesforce.com.  WorkinBox is launching in beta at DEMO Mobile 2013, an event highlighting the best new mobile technologies, based on design, innovation and market potential.

WorkinBox makes salespeople more responsive and productive by bringing together email and CRM. Salespeople can sort their inbox by opportunity size, and access the information and files they need to resolve customer questions. They can turn messages into actionable tasks, and update salesforce.com as they work. This solves a pain point for enterprise sales teams, who spend $12 billion a year on CRM systems that don't get used, especially on the go.

Tylr Mobile will be giving a live demonstration of WorkinBox on the DEMO Mobile 2013 stage on the morning of April 17.  Screenshots and video are available at WorkinBox.com, where sales teams using salesforce.com and iPhones can learn more and sign up for the WorkinBox beta program.

Highlights:

  • iPhone app that supports how salespeople really work on the go by bringing their email from any imap-accessible email service into a mobile inbox focused on getting work done
  • Connected to salesforce.com to help salespeople prioritize emails from customers and prospects, focus on important opportunities, access relevant customer information, and give the entire team better transparency into the quarter. 
  • Built on a secure mobile work platform that is flexible enough to handle the unique sales processes at different companies, and easy for IT to configure, deploy, and manage. 

Quotes

  • Bill Binch,  Senior VP Sales, Marketo: "My team earns the business of our customers by being responsive, no matter when or where they're working.  Bringing CRM into their mobile inbox will make my team more effective, and give me better transparency into my business."
  • Alan Lepofsky, VP and Principal Analyst for Collaboration Software at Constellation Research: "Sales professionals rely heavily on email to engage with prospects, yet there's critical information about these prospects in a separate CRM system. Switching context between the two is cumbersome, especially on a mobile device.  If a single app could bring those two worlds together, providing instant access to the information and actions needed to win a deal, companies will be lining up to use it."
  • Erick Schonfeld, executive producer, DEMO Mobile: "Enterprises are rethinking what it means to arm a mobile workforce. To help, WorkinBox is rethinking the email experience for mobile workers, starting with the mobile salesperson. It combines emails with other important enterprise data to help them do their jobs."
  • Ryan Nichols, CEO & Co-Founder, Tylr Mobile: "The way we work on the go is broken -- every mobile app is a silo, and email is the biggest silo of them all.  Someone needs to bring all these silos together to help people get work done. That's what we're building here at Tylr Mobile."

About Tylr Mobile

Tylr Mobile enables connected mobile work for the enterprise.  Tylr Mobile has built an enterprise mobile platform that connects familiar work tools with relevant data and processes to make people more productive on the go. Founded in Q4 of 2012, Tylr Mobile is backed by Citrix Startup Accelerator, the Alchemist Accelerator, and a group of individual angel investors and advisors from companies like SAP, Oracle, and salesforce.com. Tylr Mobile is based in San Mateo, Calif., and blogs about working in the mobile enterprise at blog.tylrmobile.com.

About DEMO

Produced by the IDG Enterprise events group, the worldwide DEMO conferences focus on emerging technologies and new products innovations, which are hand selected from across the spectrum of the technology marketplace. The DEMO conferences have earned their reputation for consistently identifying cutting-edge technologies and helping entrepreneurs secure venture funding and establish critical business. For more information on the DEMO conferences, visit www.demo.com.  All product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

Kirk Crenshaw
Tylr Mobile
Email contact
(650) 242-5870

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