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WideOrbit WO Sales v3.0
Sales management software
The latest release of WO Sales introduces an entirely new and streamlined user interface with simple and easy-to-use workflow, navigation and menu options. It is comprised of two modules: WO CRM and WO Proposal. New features include the ability to submit new accounts and account assignments to WO Traffic, improving on the existing integration. WO Proposal features include new simplified wizard setup and export options, and redesigned export output for avails and proposals, which improves the overall efficiency of the sales submission process. The post-buy analysis feature has been expanded to support spot level modifications and improves upon the real-time posting capabilities provided by seamless integration with WO Traffic. WO CRM features include enhancements to forecasting for simpler pending update, providing visibility into the sales pipeline across stations and revenue streams. Sales reports have been enhanced to include a simple wizard setup and enhanced filter options that enable fast and flexible revenue analysis across the organization.
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