3 reasons to spring for the SalesPage Spring 2018 release

Spring’s slow to arrive in Michigan this year (we’re still waiting…), but the SalesPage Spring 2018 release is here now. Our focus this quarter has been on simplifying client data management across the enterprise. Read on for some highlights.

Territory management changes

  • Several pages have improved displays for territory data. It’s easier to see what’s most relevant, whether that’s current territory assignments or how territory information has changed.
  • Creating, reviewing, and implementing new territory sets—a key part of territory management—has been streamlined a bit. You can quickly identify and handle any issues, and then enforce changes.  

Contact management changes

  • SalesPage now fully supports adding contacts starting from bookmarks or the sitemap, as well as from Contacts tabs.
  • Maintenance history (moves, merges, deletes) is now available for all types of contacts, not just reps.

Message queue support

  • While not an out-of-the-box option, you can now work with your SalesPage team to use message queues, when appropriate, to exchange data with other systems in a near real-time manner. Message queues can provide a safe way to batch work and offload intense processing tasks. Any message queues managed through Java Message Service (JMS) can be used with SalesPage when that’s a good fit for your overall client data management strategy. 

Full release notes are available in the SalesPage Client Center; log in for What’s New in the SalesPage Spring 2018 Release. Client Center is only available to SalesPage clients, but you can always ask us for access.