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Leading Sales Automation Software Provider TinderBox Brings New Productivity Solutions to Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace

TinderBox Now Offers Its Newly Integrated Sales Automation Solution to Help Streamline the Sales Process for Microsoft Dynamics Customers

INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- (Marketwired) -- 07/09/14 -- Sales automation software company TinderBox today announces a new product integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. This integration offers businesses a first-of-its-kind, comprehensive solution for Microsoft Dynamics, enabling customers to easily build a seamless and efficient sales process.

TinderBox is web-based software that enables its users to leverage their data to quickly generate consistent, trackable sales documents. The solution streamlines the sales process from start to finish, helping sales and marketing teams build and deliver relevant sales content and documents in a fraction of the time it typically takes. While the TinderBox software can operate independently from CRM solutions, the new integration gives thousands of businesses in the Microsoft Dynamics marketplace a robust and unique solution that saves time and money by automating the most repetitive and tedious portions of document generation, sales workflow, and transaction processes.

Many businesses struggle to find a solution that gives them the flexibility to leverage any data to generate dynamic sales documents. TinderBox raises the bar by offering a clean and easy-to-use user interface, which enables clients to leverage data and generate documents from any entity or data field.

TinderBox aims to provide enhanced user experiences through this seamless integration with Microsoft Dynamics.

"Our integration provides Microsoft Dynamics users with new capabilities, a unique interface and flexibility that's never been experienced in this ecosystem," said Dustin Sapp, CEO and cofounder of TinderBox. "Our goal is to make the lives of sales teams easier -- with these features, salespeople can concentrate on customers instead of paperwork, and managers gain more visibility than ever before."

Recipients can accept or decline documents electronically, while document tracking and analytics allow salespeople to track who views and shares the documents they send. With the TinderBox integration, Microsoft Dynamics users can access content from anywhere, collaborate with colleagues and customers, and control access to content and documents. TinderBox's integrations with top CRM solutions now allows businesses to use their data to quickly create accurate, data-driven documents when customers need it.

Businesses currently using TinderBox anticipate the ability to generate documents and access content more quickly and easily.

"TinderBox has been instrumental in helping our sales team save time on creating proposals and business communications and maintaining brand consistency," said Lynette Thomas, Salesforce.com and Business Systems Manager for Dominion Dealer Solutions. "The Microsoft Dynamics CRM integration will give us the ability to seamlessly integrate our proposals with Microsoft CRM data and deliver targeted content to our prospects and customers."

The integration is now available for new and existing TinderBox and Microsoft Dynamics users. To learn more about TinderBox, visit www.GetTinderBox.com.

About TinderBox
TinderBox's leading sales automation software solution helps businesses own their sales process from presentation to close with data-driven sales documents in the cloud. TinderBox helps clients increase sales productivity by quickly generating consistent, trackable proposals, presentations, or contracts, learning from prospect engagement, and closing more deals faster with electronic signature. To learn more, visit www.GetTinderBox.com and follow @GetTinderBox.

Media Contact:
Kiersten Moffatt
BLASTmedia for TinderBox
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317-806-1900 ext. 106

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