ACT! 2006 for Palm OS Released
Sage Software announced today the new ACT! for Palm OS 2006 product for use as a mobile productivity tool with ACT! by Sage contact and customer management solutions. ACT! for Palm OS operates as a native application on an individual's Palm OS handheld device to enable access, adding and updating of pre-defined and custom data fields, notes and history, activities, calendar information and sales opportunities.
ACT! for Palm OS delivers key capabilities to the handheld device that many ACT! desktop users rely on to easily access customer information and improve their productivity including a linked calendar and task list, the ability to go directly to a contact record from a scheduled appointment, and the ability to view every customer interaction from the contact record.
Additionally, ACT! for Palm OS allows individuals and mobile sales professionals to:
"ACT! for Palm OS was designed with on-the-go sales professionals in mind," explained Larry Ritter, vice president of ACT! product management for Sage Software. "For sales professionals, having valuable customer details always at hand, whether in the office or while traveling, is a business necessity. Enabling comprehensive ACT! functionality for the versatile Palm OS handheld device provides a valuable mobility option for those who rely on quick data access to drive their business relationships."
ACT! for Palm OS is available for $99.99 (upgrade $69.95) by phoning (866) 333-0990 for individual users, (866) 421-7752 for five or more users or by locating an ACT! Certified Consultant. ACT! 2006 is available for $229.99 (upgrade $149.95) and ACT! Premium for Workgroups 2006 is available for $399.99 (upgrade $259.95).
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