- REthink is keeping its commitment to bigger firms, but the software's new mobile experience appeals to all-size users.
- Everything in the updated REthink is configurable and lets brokers better manage agent lead assignment.
- Salesforce-based solutions tend to be targeted at data-hungry sales teams.
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In my initial review of REthink from April 2015, I said, “the most value is in its intrinsic overlap of disparate business functions that would appeal to managing a large number of processes, making it more suited for bigger firms seeking an enterprise solution, a ‘one ring to rule them all’ type of thing.”
(Man, can I be wordy.)
One of the first solutions to leverage Salesforce’s new Lightning Experience, REthink has reorchestrated how leads are assigned and managed.
With multiple options designed around time-to-claim, round-robin models, custom rules and even a “free-for-all” manual selection pool, brokers can tightly oversee how agents handle new business.
Everything in the updated REthink is configurable.
Everything in the updated REthink is configurable, a term I heard on the demo more times than probably necessary. But hey, the software can pretty much be managed like a Lego model.
The reporting tools have been strengthened, too. They look really sharp, and dare I say, could be fun to use.
Agents can link a customer’s Twitter feed to their record and also build a news feed around a record’s job or personal interests. Pure sales.
REthink lets web browsers build saved searches and then alerts agents when a new listing matches.
The mobile experience launches from Salesforce1, the company’s app. REthink took all the right steps to consolidate its array of features into the mobile screen — not an easy task when dealing with such a high level of customization.
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