CompanionLink is pleased to announce the launch of our new support knowledge base (KB). Our goal to make public the sync and configuration expertise that we have in-house. We’ll be sharing setup guides, tips & tricks, productivity tweaks, and more. Over time, the KB will grow, adding additional setup guides for existing devices, as well as guides for new devices as they are released.
Currently, the KB features easy-to-use setup guides for Apple and Android devices. Learn how to sync your new Nexus S to Outlook. Or, learn how to sync ACT! data to the Verizon iPhone. Whatever your setup is, we’ll show you how to get everything up and running. Just visit www.companionlink.com/support/kb. Then, simply choose your device and sync method and you’ll be directed through detailed steps, photos, and videos showing you exactly how to configure CompanionLink and DejaOffice.
We will be expanding the KB in the future in an effort to better serve CompanionLink and DejaOffice users!
There are many business professionals in the workforce that continue to use older versions of the ACT! CRM software. As these users upgrade to powerful new smartphones, they are looking for ways to put their ACT! CRM data on their phones. CompanionLink is proud to support the newest versions of ACT! by Sage, as well as legacy products from ACT! 4.0 through ACT! 6.0.
Read the full press release here.
For more information, visit www.companionlink.com/act.
The ACT! AddOn Store is hosting a series of free webinars through their training center. There is a free training session on March 11 that will give you a clear understanding of the sync options you have between ACT! and the latest smartphones:
- Palm webOS
- Windows Mobile
- Palm OS
- Symbian S60
Thursday, Mar 11, 2010
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
To register, visit crmtrainingcenter.com and click on ‘Sessions’ up at the top. Explore more sync options at companionlink.com.
With all the mobile sync options for ACT!, it can get a bit confusing. Let’s make it easy.
Here’s a primer on what sync options you have, how much each one costs, and what the pros/cons are to each. The best option for you will depend on what you’re looking to do.
Get the PDF Guide: Synchronizing ACT! with phones