Apptus eSales Apps¶
Apptus eSales includes four different web based apps for managing product promotions, controlling exposure strategies, gaining insights into search relevance, user administration, and more. A fifth app, Email, is available for customers with the Email Recommendations add-on. All is presented in an easy to use interface with contextual help on every page. Some apps include step-by-step guides on how to set up and get started with the different functions of that specific app.
App and feature availability is dependent on what functions of Apptus eSales a customer has implemented. Apptus Cloud customers will automatically receive updates to the apps for the features they use.
Administrators can set and allow user access for each app on a cluster and market level.
Apptus eSales Apps are designed to support the Google Chrome Web Browser. Due to fast release cycles, Apptus eSales Apps only support the two latest browser versions.
App designs and features are subject to change without notice. Screenshots, including simulated data visible, are for illustrative purposes only.
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