This last week has been a great week, Raahul in our technical team came back to work after a bicycle accident that landed him in hospital. Not only that but, this week marked Raahul's 2nd anniversary of working with us at Evolution Marketing. We are all happy to have him on the team and are pleased he is back on deck.
Handheld Contact (HHC) is a great solution for getting ACT! data onto iPhones, iPads, Androids and Blackberry's and given they reduced the price at the start of the week, we've been deploying a lot more of HHC for our clients. I use it myself.
One of the more unusual jobs this week was a request from a client who had imported a few hundred contacts, they had imported a 'history' entry into the Last Results field. Not wanting in Last Results, we were able to put together a script to copy those entries from Last Results into a History entry, with correct history types and Record Managers.
Remember, we can help get your ACT! together.
The purpose of the ‘Week in review’ blog post: to give our readers some insight into what we are working on. We all get ideas and inspiration from observing the work of other professionals. We hope these short weekly updates deliver this for readers of our blog.
Who this post is for: Existing clients that are looking to get more from their CRM system and the relationship with Evolution Marketing and prospective clients that are interested in see what we can do.
What we do: We help businesses work out what they need to better manage their customer and contact information. We like to understand what your requirements are and then offer you advice on the best systems to achieve those objectives. We also provide Implementation, Training and on-going support. There are 3 CRM platforms we recommend, depending on a clients situation. They include SageACT!, SugarCRM and Nimble. We have a lot of SugarCRM work happening behind the scenes but are currently only sharing what is happening with our SageACT! projects in this blog series.
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