Base Voice now available for Android

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You’ve seen how powerful Voice can be on the web version of Base. Now imagine if you could take that with you, everywhere you go. We’re pleased to introduce Base Voice for Android. You can now make calls using your Base phone number, record calls and access call scripts – all from your Android phone. The #1 CRM app for Android just got even better.

The power of Base Voice everywhere you go

With Voice enabled, you’ll have the option to call contacts with your regular phone number or make the call through the native Android Base CRM mobile app. When you call through Base, you’ll also have access to call scripts and control whether the call is recorded. You can browse deals and contacts that are relevant to the call, all while your phone call is running in the background on speaker.

Track outcomes and listen to calls

After the call is complete, add a call outcome, enter additional notes, or listen to the recording to see if there was anything you missed – no need to to log on to the web app. Base Voice is a must have mobile crm sales tool for anyone who wants to seamlessly track their sales, but hates being confined to their office.

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Want try it for yourself? Base Voice is exclusively available as part of the Enterprise package.

If you’re an iPhone user, there’s an iOS version of Base Voice coming soon. Stay tuned to our blog for the announcement.

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Try Voice free for 14 days.


  • http://www.rogerkondrat.com/ Roger Kondrat

    Ok. Finally figured this out. This needs to be from the contact list guys. Like Contact+, Whatsapp or Viber. I shouldn’t need to dig through Base to find a contact, then click to call, then if i don’t have a data connection it doesn’t work. That’s so many breaking points and why I didn’t even know it was there.

    Love the idea, but I need to be able to click from my contacts, and it automatically records and if there is a need for a data connection to use the ‘special’ base number, then when it’s not possible it records locally and then transmits at the next wifi/cell connection. Seemless user experience or you guys are regressing and making it more complicated.

    Also if data is necessary I shouldn’t need to pay for both ends of the call as it was explained to me, I should only pay for the outbound connection. If it’s both ends (again as it was explained) then I should be able to call the client ‘directly’ (it appears that way), but really the base software took the call to BASE on a redirect and then Base made the connection on my behalf, recording and displaying the appropriate caller ID on the other end.

    Sorry that got a little complicated, let me know which part is confusing if anything is and I’ll happily expand.

    Thanks for producing this and I love this CRM, it’s about as mobile as can be imagined.

    Roger

  • http://www.rogerkondrat.com/ Roger Kondrat

    I didn’t even know you could call from the Android app until now. This is way cool. I still wish I could add tasks directly from the interface though.

    • Josh_Bean

      Roger, you can also make calls from the Android Tablet. You’re looking to add tasks without opening Base up on Android?

      • http://www.rogerkondrat.com/ Roger Kondrat

        Yeah. When I finish a call, it asks for outcome and to associate a deal, but no way to add tasks related to the call. Too bad really, as that’s a really convient place to add that feature.

        • Josh_Bean

          Great feedback Roger, thanks! I’ll share this with the product team to see if it can be included in a future release.