HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - October 26, 2016) - Austin Sigma Inc., developer of Mach10CRM, the world's fastest Communication Relationship Manager, is seeking 100 qualified beta users to put its new iPhone /iPad app through the final testing and feedback phase before its public release next month. Those approved for the program will not only gain early access to the suite's powerfully enhanced CRM plus email tools but will be rewarded with an additional 6 months of Mach10CRM usage.

Mach10CRM revolutionizes the way people send, receive, process and organize information. It is a simply-integrated CRM, email, and productivity app that solves the information overload plight that seems to plague every working professional. It also helps the user focus on relationships, not email. Ideal candidates are those who struggle to keep up with emails, texts, calls, and meetings, and those who need to track attachments automatically. It is a great fit for salespeople who want to build better relationships and increase their sales. Additional industries served include recruiting, real estate, public relations, event planning and financial planning, just to name a few.

The company says, "These 100 beta users will be among the first to experience the first significant answer to the data deluge dilemma. Beta users will play a critical role in finalizing our app and we look forward to using their feedback to perfect the system before launch."

More information on the app and videos are available at: http://www.mach10crm.com/

Mach10CRM is designed only for Apple devices and is available exclusively on the App Store. To be considered as a beta user, interested parties can call 713-123-4567 or contact the company at http://www.mach10crm.com/contact-us

About Austin Sigma
Austin Sigma, based in Houston, Texas, is a startup focused on mobile and emerging technologies and software. The privately funded company is headed by executive leadership whose backgrounds include worldwide Fortune 500 companies.

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