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Just launched……HoneyBee Solutions

 

A solution for your external / off-site or field based sales agents which enables you to monitor their movements and equally importantly for them to engage with current and prospective clients and generate sales in the field.


Get your business buzzing with HoneyBee.

Honeybee provides a mobile solution that simplifies your business processes, allowing you to invest more of your precious time to focus on what really matters most, growing your business and building meaningful relationships with your clients

HoneyBee is easy to use and requires no prior application software experience. It is self-intuitive although comprehensive training is provided to all sales staff. HoneyBee integrates directly with the IQ Retail application in-store enabling a single entry point for all new customer details and sales orders. In our ever increasingly competitive market, sales agents can now venture out into the field and generates their own additional business opportunities. HoneyBee will help grow and increase business profitability.

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