DayLite Group Edition, the first group enabled version of its award winning contact and customer relationship management application, for Mac OS X was unveiled by
at the Macworld Conference & Expo in New York City.
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It allows users to share contacts, projects and the management of sales opportunities at a company-wide level, said Alykhan Jetha, CEO and president of Marketcircle. DayLite Group Edition is fully networked with multi-user support. All DayLite data is stored on a central SQL database. The database can be accessed on a local area network or over the Internet.
Each Daylite User has a unique login and a separate calendar. Contacts, Organizations, Opportunities, Projects, and all activities pertaining to them are shared by DayLite Users. DayLite can also connect to multiple databases concurrently.
Built in profiles are provided for importing Contacts from Entourage X, ACT! 2.8, Now Contact, Group Organizer and Palm Desktop. You can also create your own profiles, alter existing ones and re-use profiles. Organizations are automatically created and linked to Contacts as they’re being imported. The group edition also now sports summary views that let you see all the details and activities of a contact, organization, opportunity or project.
DayLite Group Edition also adds services support. You can now select text in any services compliant application and create new tasks, memos and appointments directly from that application, using the services menu.
You can purchase DayLite from Marketcircle’s online store. The suggested retail price for the Group Edition is US$250 per seat. However, the group edition is currently being offered at $135 for a limited time.