310 Cool CRM Developments – Come to Kassel
410 Cool CRM Developments – CommMitt
Former-presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s campaign used Salesforce.com’s Force.com platform to build an application that allowed volunteers to disseminate information and solicit funds in e-mails. The application tracks Romney’s donor outreach activities and provides an overview of fund-raising efforts. Using the app, Romney raised about $20 million for his failed Republican ticket bid.
510 Cool CRM Developments – Human Services Serviced
State of Oregon Tracks Medicaid Claims
The State of Oregon Department of Human Services used SugarCRM to manage Medicaid claims for more than 35,000 health-care providers in the state. The department moved from managing 60,000 paper-based claims a month to less than 50 a month–and achieved HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliance along the way.
610 Cool CRM Developments – Superman and the Super Bowl
710 Cool CRM Developments – Geeks on the Way
810 Cool CRM Developments – Hurricane Tracker
The Schumacher Group provides physicians and operating teams to more than 140 hospitals in multiple states, so it needed a way to track potential hazardous situations, as well as medical facilities that might need its doctors and operating teams in times of crisis. Using Salesforce.com’s Force.com platform, Schumacher built a hurricane-tracking application along with a facility dashboard that tracks physician locations.
910 Cool CRM Developments – Conservation Counts
1010 Cool CRM Developments – The Homeless Count
1110 Cool CRM Developments – Talking Trash
Trash-It, an on-call commercial and residential junk-removal service, is mashing Microsoft Dynamics CRM Live with TomTom Work, a GPS navigation tool, to manage and control its trash pickup fleet.