Thanks to you, IQ keeps getting better.
Thanks to input from our valued users on Capitol Hill and federal, state and local government agencies all around the country, IQ is now faster, more robust and more powerful than ever before. But we're not done yet. Our team constantly evaluates performance and monitors industry trends to make sure the #1 CRM on Capitol Hill keeps getting better. Keep reading to learn about some of the major enhancements we've already made this year plus updates and new features to look forward to in the coming weeks and beyond!
Q2 2018: IQ Gets Faster
We optimized IQ for the House Cloud resulting in increased performance capacity and increases in speed of up to 30%. Updates for even faster performance are on the way! Watch this short video to see how House offices use IQ to be more efficient and effective in their work with the public.
Q2 2018: No More Full Voicemail Boxes
Our partnership with the OpenGov foundation and Article One Technologies resulted in an integration that transcribes voicemail content and imports directly into IQ. This integration means staff save hours each week and no more full voicemail boxes! See more here.
Q4 2018: Collaborate with Colleagues
Just like Google Docs and other online collaboration tools, IQ now allows multiple users to collaborate and co-edit form letters in real time, directly within IQ. Save time, improve accuracy and get approval faster by using this new IQ function.
Q4 2018: eNewsletter Overhaul
The overhauled eNewsletter tool in IQ makes it easier to produce and send high impact, high quality email content to your constituents. Compelling visuals and professional quality layouts in your outgoing email efforts are just a few clicks away. No design experience required.
Q1 2019: Email Automation
New email automation functionality in IQ will allow you to build "smart" email campaigns that automatically optimize your outreach based on performance metrics and constituent engagement. This game-changing new feature will dramatically change the way you can communicate to the public using IQ.
Q1 2019: New Mapping Interface
IQ users will have the ability to overlay critical issue and message data with a new mapping interface that displays boundaries for states, Congressional districts and counties. This new feature gives frontline staff and executive management new insights on the public from a detailed geographic standpoint for data driven decision making.
2019: Machine Learning
Our developers are hard at work building an innovative machine learning platform for IQ that will make recommendations for categorizing and responding to incoming messages. Planned for release some time in 2019, machine learning in IQ will save staffers even more time and free them up for other priorities and goals.
To learn more about how IQ has evolved and what's to come, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org