Spherexx I Love Leasing CRM+

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in service 16 years since 2006

NEVER LEAVE A LEAD BEHIND

Generate income and reduce operating expenses!

Spherexx ILoveLeasing CRM+ was developed in 2006 when we saw the need to digitize and improve the lead tracking process.

Some of the leading innovations on our software platform include duplicate lead merging, drip campaigns, formal time-stamped quoting, dynamic number insert, point of sale tablet app, and segmentation of virtual touring by type.

Research reveals that the return on investment in an effective CRM solution can range from $2.50 to $5.60 on every dollar invested. A well executed CRM can drive substantial increases in lead conversion and revenue generation, and it can improve customer satisfaction by as much as 50%. With the move to CEM (Customer Engagement Management) initiatives, Spherexx CRM addresses aspects of both lead conversion and customer centric user experience, from advertising response to lease documentation.

Today our software is most powerful and affordable sales tool on the market when coupled with our robust companion software, integrated with your favorite accounting software and connected to your advertising channels.

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Contact Info

Contact:
Becca Wilson
Office:
866-491-7500
After Hours:
866-491-7500
Web:
https://www.spherexx.com/product/crm/multifamily/

Hours

Monday:
9-6pm CT
Tuesday:
9-6pm CT
Wednesday:
9-6pm CT
Thursday:
9-6pm CT
Friday:
9-6pm CT

Awards

2014 MHN TECHNOLOGY CHOICE AWARD
A One Leg Up Green Vendor

Florida Service Areas

NW NC NE CW C CE SW SE
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Address

Address:
9142 S Sheridan Road
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133

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