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Compass Sales Solutions Announces New Document Storage Feature for Compass Sherpa

24 Feb, 2015

Boise, ID (February 2015) – Compass Sales Solutions, a industry leader in sales opportunity software, is proud to announce the release of a new Document Storage option using a MS SQL database to store documents.

For SQL customers Document Storage is an alternative to the Document links option that is currently available to save documents into customer records such as proposals, sales order paperwork, and other important documentation. Our new document storage solution allow you to store documents in a database eliminating the need for shared folders on your network. This allows anyone with access to an account to also have access to the documents no matter where the original documents were saved.

Troy Casper, President of Compass Sales Solutions says, “This is an exciting enhancement that we can offer at no charge to our Sherpa clients. This has been a long awaited feature that we feel many of our customers will be excited to take advantage of.”

To learn more about this new feature or have it enabled in your Sherpa database contact our Compass Support team at support@compasscontact.net or by calling our offices at (800) 295-0411.

 About Compass Sales Solutions:

Since 2001, Compass Sales Solutions has been the leading sales force automation provider for the office technology industry.  Compass Sherpa provides a comprehensive suite that automates all aspects of the sales process and allows your sales professionals to utilize one tool to completely manage the sales process including prospect/client identification, Outlook integration, product configuration, proposal generation, MPS analysis and mapping, ERP integration, and mobile access via smartphone’s and tablets.  Compass Sherpa will be the tool your team will want to use, not have to use.

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