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Zoho announces early access to CRM in Nigeria

Zoho Corporation, a global technology company, has announced early access by Nigerians to its Customer Relationship Management (CRM) for Everyone software to improve their businesses. …

Zoho Corporation, a global technology company, has announced early access by Nigerians to its Customer Relationship Management (CRM) for Everyone software to improve their businesses. 

CRM for Everyone is a new set of industry-first capabilities aimed at democratising CRM to all teams involved in customer operations activities of a business enterprise. 

Speaking at a press briefing in Lagos, Zoho Nigeria Country Head, Kehinde Ogundare, said having early the CRM for Everyone by Nigerians would improve the country’s economy. 

The company also unveiled significant enhancements to its offerings for professional developers and app development teams. 

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These include early access to new services within Catalyst, the company’s pro-code full-stack development platform, and the general availability of Zoho Apptics, an application analytics solution that enables developers to track the in-app usage and performance of applications built on iOS, macOS, Android, and other platforms.

“Businesses are looking for unified solutions that help them optimise for value, maximise their competitive advantages, and tap into new market opportunities amid tough economic conditions,” Ogundare said.

 He said Zoho CRM is one of the top selling products in Nigeria, adding that the product recorded a 60% YoY growth in 2023 in the country.

 

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