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Act! vs Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manage

Posted on 2009-04-03
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We currently use Act! 2007 as our contact manager. We are reevaluating using Act! vs Outlook with BCM. How does outlook with BCM compare to Act! as far as functionality, usability, and ease of use. We currently have outlook 2007 and are wondering if it would be a better solution. Please let me know what you think

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For a better solution, you really need to go for Microsoft Dynamics. BCM is a simpler solution
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BTW: If using Outlook 2007, you really should look at ACT! 2009 which integrates much better with Outlook than ACT! 2007
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A couple of useful docs here... I've seen a couple of errors in the ACT! list, but better than some others I've seen:

http://www.preact.co.uk/goldmine__act!_comparison.html
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You might also have a look at the new ACT! 2010... many great new functions
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