Fighting off fierce competition from more than 20 nominees Yesterday night, the mobile app SuperOffice Pocket CRM was awarded by the Norwegian Computer Society (NCS) for Best Usability on 22. November 2010. The NCS is the largest interest society for IT in Norway, and its Rosing prize is considered to be the most prestigious Norwegian IT industry distinction. Are you surprised that a CRM company won this prize? I’m not.
After using SuperOffice Pocket CRM on a daily basis for half a year, I’m totally addicted. The mobile app keeps me updated on customers, prospects and any contacts, my colleagues’ calendars, our sales pipeline and much more. Everything smoothly integrated with our company’s CRM server. Every e-mail, group SMS or photo done with SuperOffice Pocket CRM is available real time on any SuperOffice client anywhere. From early morning to late night the app follows my professional life.
SuperOffice Pocket CRM is built with mBricks, our cross platform app framework. More so, our team has been deeply involved in the development project. SuperOffice is used by some 11k enterprises and 150k end users in 15 countries. Each customer has a unique server installation. The CRM system is business critical for them. Building one mobile app with full two-way interactivity, security, real time synchronization that works across handsets and mobile operating systems is a challenge, especially when usability never is an issue for negotiation. SuperOffice never compromises with user experience. That has always been their success recipe.
At mBricks, we’re proud to provide technology and services to a winner. In terms of market share and position, SuperOffice has been a winner for years. Now, they’re awarded for their latest innovation, the Pocket CRM mobile app. Knowing SuperOffice’s passion for usability, I’m not surprised that they can fight off competition from major fellow nominees, like Cisco/Tanberg, Trafikanten, Visma, NRK, Stortinget, Posten and many more. Actually, I would be surprised otherwise. Congratulations!
Svein Therkelsen, mBricks CEO