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Old May 4th, 2005, 12:08 AM   #1
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Contact Management software for Mac??

Anyone knows a contact management software for Mac? like ACT! 2005 for PC? Any?
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This is a good one, has one many awards from Apple themselves and the best part is they are Canadian!!!!

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Old May 6th, 2012, 05:01 PM   #4
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Hi,

Does anyone have any suggestions for now...2012? I've searched around on Google but not getting very good results. I'm hoping for open source if there is a good one out there.

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Old May 17th, 2012, 12:18 AM   #6
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Anyone knows a contact management software for Mac? like ACT! 2005 for PC? Any?
I missed this earlier post, but have a look at the various "foundation" modules available with and available at:
Sales Contact Management Software for Network Marketing: Oprius

Full disclosure, this software was originally developed by my youngest son Owen and with further development help with some excellent programmers who are still actively supporting it.

Check it out. It may be just what you need.
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another vote for Daylite

I implemented Daylite last year and it's made a huge difference in my business.
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The Oprius link looks interesting as well.

Whatever you do, do it soon. It's made a huge difference for my business tracking clients, leads, projects and sales etc... so good luck!
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Please begin by reading this article that I wrote: There is no Magic Pill to organize your business data

You need to determine what your requirements are. Simply saying "a contact management system" is too vague. I've been working with small business owners for a number of years and I've seen so many different views of what a contact management system is. For some, it is not much more than a glorified address book. For others, it is an intricate system that encompasses all of their business data. Sometimes they have a specific mental picture of what they want and they may or may not be able to express what that picture looks like.

If you have difficulty figuring out what your requirements are, find someone to work with that can assist you. There is a reason why we turn to a Graphic Designer to crate logos for our business, why we turn to an Accountant for advice on our business finances, and why we deal with a Lawyer for legal advice.
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Please begin by reading this article that I wrote: There is no Magic Pill to organize your business data

You need to determine what your requirements are. Simply saying "a contact management system" is too vague. I've been working with small business owners for a number of years and I've seen so many different views of what a contact management system is. For some, it is not much more than a glorified address book. For others, it is an intricate system that encompasses all of their business data. Sometimes they have a specific mental picture of what they want and they may or may not be able to express what that picture looks like.

If you have difficulty figuring out what your requirements are, find someone to work with that can assist you. There is a reason why we turn to a Graphic Designer to crate logos for our business, why we turn to an Accountant for advice on our business finances, and why we deal with a Lawyer for legal advice.
Nice article and thanks.

But... often when asking such advice from many Accountants or Lawyers etc., many don't even use Macs and most of any of their their advice is useless to most Mac users, and the user then often ends up finding they've actually been billed for even asking for any such useless Mac advice or help that they provided.

So I guess that they at least have their 'contact management system" up to date and working well, at least for any client question billing.
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Contactizer Pro might be worth looking into.
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