Category: ClickPoint News

Sneak Peak of New ClickPoint Software Features

Nov 21, 2011ClickPoint News
We’re firm believers that if you’re not moving forward then you’re falling behind. Every week in our company meetings we’re scheming up new ways to make our products better, and devising new features that our customers will love more than anything we’ve created so far. Lately, we’ve been working on five big things to make our users’ experience better than ever. Here’s what we’ve been busy baking in the kitchen:Read More

ClickPoint Software Free Lead Management Client Portal

Nov 18, 2011ClickPoint News
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona – November 16, 2011 – ClickPoint Software® today announced the launch of the new Client Portal for all LeadExec Users. This major update provides LeadExec customers with access to a fully featured lead management portal, giving users a completely integrated ecosystem to distribute and manage leads all with the same program. Access to the new Client Portal is completely free to all LeadExec customers, lowering the barrier to entry for Lead Generation companies to work with small lead buyers. The new Client Portal addresses the need for Lead Generation companies to work with smaller buyers of leads in order to mitigate risk and loss. Investing solely in one or two large accounts leaves Lead Generation companies vulnerable to a complete financial collapse should one of their large accounts decide to do business elsewhere. With the aid of the Client Portal, users will be able to grow their business quickly while also reducing risk and provide a valuable tool for their lead-buying customers.Read More

iPad is Entrepreneur Approved!

May 21, 2010ClickPoint News
I have been using a PC for most of my adult life.  I am used to the flow and design of the Windows operating system.  I thought this would never change.  Apple in all of its wisdom knew the best way to get to me was through my phone.  I had a BlackBerry until we upgraded to the newest version of Microsoft Exchange.  BlackBerry made a big mistake in not being compatible with the latest version of Exchange.  It forced me to switch to the iPhone, and I have to say I am glad I did.  I used a couple of Macs back in college and hated them.  That’s when PC was taking over and Macs were just starting to rethink their operating system.Read More