LiveHive relaunches customer, channel analytics apps for iOS
Customer and sales channel intelligence provider LiveHive is rolling out redesigned applications for the iPhone and iPad, promising a cloud-based workspace solution that enables internal teams to engage with sales partners and customer networks regardless of location.
The LiveHive apps include shareable libraries, social tools and activity-based analytics, giving channel partners a single point of access to the most up-to-date business documents, campaigns and product materials.
Sales and marketing professionals can view and share documents, engage in discussion streams and stay current on new developments within their networks--updated permission settings immediately notify team leads when a partner or customer accesses workspaces, views information or comments on a discussion. Staffers can also leverage the LiveHive apps to track usage feedback, follow reseller sales paths and provide enablement tools for everyday selling.
"Our newly designed iOS apps eliminate blind spots that currently exist within the sales process," says LiveHive Vice President of Marketing Laura Lilyquist. "Channel managers can drive more sales with the activity-based analytics and intelligence that LiveHive's web-based and mobile apps now provide, while direct sales professionals can gain insight into customer needs and activities."
LiveHive offers a 30-day free trial that optimizes all features for an unlimited number of users, including internal leaders, external partners, prospects and clients. The firm also offers three levels of paid plans: $35 per month for 10 workspaces, $125 per month for 50 workspaces and $195 per month for 100 workspaces.
LiveHive launched in mid-2011. The company has since raised $4.7 million in funding from private investors and Acero Capital.
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