Archive for the ‘CRM’ Category

When Will LinkedIn Launch Their Own CRM System?

TweetLinkedIn is still my de facto place for storing information about professional connections. But right now I mostly use it like a database – I go there when I need to look up someone or find a connection. I sometimes wonder why LinkedIn hasn’t launched more products and services that pull me back into the […]

Keeping Track of People You Meet – The Unified Evergreen Address Book

TweetI’ve had a few blog posts in the past about managing contact information and the various tools I’ve tried (you can read them here and here. I continue to look for a unified contact management system to keep track of the many people I meet. I’m looking for a unified system that can perform two […]

CloudContacts Works Great – Get Rid of That Stack of Business Cards

TweetThis is a quick post based on my experience using CloudContacts. I first heard about CloudContacts a few weeks ago and was intrigued. In a nutshell, I think of CloudContacts as a business card scanner as a service (as opposed to business card scanning as a product offered by CardScan). The process for getting your […]

Highrise Feedback – Close but Still Work to be Done

TweetI have been playing with Highrise for about a week and change now. Overall, I like it and it’s the best effort I have seen of late toward making a lightweight, easy-to-use, organization tool for small groups or individual power users. Features I Like Creating Tasks and Contacts by Email – The ability to create […]

Highrise – Sounds Really Interesting

TweetEarlier today I got an email about 37signals’ new Highrise product. In an earlier post I complained about how I was in real need of a tickler-style web application for keeping track of people and to-do items that’s a bit more lightweight than a traditional CRM product. I am going to sign-up to use the […]

Beta Testing CRMforGoogle

TweetI have been beta testing the new Etelos CRMforGoogle application. Overall, I think it’s very clever – it gives you a very lightweight CRM tool that you can easily integrate into your existing Google Personalized Homepage. If I had not already made an investment in a particular CRM solution for my own needs, I would […]