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CompanionLink Works Seamlessly with Google Sync (Beta) to Connect Microsoft Outlook, Google and Phones

CompanionLink for Google works as a two-way sync connector between Microsoft Outlook and Google; Google Sync (Beta) then automatically synchronizes data over-the-air with phones

February 16, 2009, Portland, Ore. – CompanionLink Software, a leader in mobile synchronization solutions, offers the leading two-way sync solution between Microsoft Outlook and Google. When used together with the free Google Sync service for phones like iPhone and BlackBerry, CompanionLink for Google works seamlessly as a connector between Outlook, Google and phones.

CompanionLink for Google synchronizes Microsoft Outlook contacts, phone numbers, email addresses, calendar events, calendar details, contact notes, and alarms and reminders with Google. Then, the Google Sync service pushes this data from a user’s Google account to their iPhone, BlackBerry or Windows Mobile device. Complete two-way synchronization ensures that any change to data in either Microsoft Outlook, Google, or on the phone will be automatically synchronized.

"We’re excited to work with Google’s free over-the-air sync service for phones," says Rushang Shah, Director of Marketing at CompanionLink Software. "CompanionLink allows Outlook users to connect their data with Google and take advantage of the free Google Sync service to get data on their phones."

CompanionLink for Google sells for $29.95 and comes with free technical support. A 14-day evaluation version of their software is available at

About CompanionLink Software, Inc.
CompanionLink Software is a pioneering developer of data synchronization solutions for mobile phones, PDAs and CRM software. They are also a leading OEM synchronization and solutions provider for companies like Sage Software®, NVIDIA®, Google™, and Royal Consumer Electronic Products®. For over 15 years, CompanionLink has helped mobilize information across multiple devices, computers, and applications. For more information, please visit

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