29th March 2018

10 Top Reasons to Choose Act CRM

If your organisation is looking for a new customer relationship management solution then Act! CRM is a very popular choice to help you manage your database of Customers, Prospects and Contacts. With over 4 Million users it is the number 1 contact management and CRM solution available for your business. Some of the top reasons companies choose Act CRM are: Centralises Contact and Customer Data. Many organisations that have grown over the years are left with multiple databases and silos […]
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4th August 2016

V18.2 – What is new in Act!?

V18.2 – What is new in Act!? Hot on the heels of  whole host of improvements with V18.1, the dev folks at Swiftpage have come up with even more goodies for us with Act! V18.2. Swiftpage have announced that Act! V18.2 is now available for desktop users.   The key feature of V18.2 is Act! Connect Link. The all new Act! Connect Link allows desktop users to create integrations between their CRM  and online applications. The Zapier platform allows Act! desktop users […]
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29th April 2016

Clean Data? How clean is your CRM data?

Clean data? Well, just how clean is your CRM data? You might have been using your CRM for some time and getting good results. But Just how clean is your data? At AlphaLogix we see many scenarios that have lead to data in a CRM being far from ideal. How did we get our CRM data into such a state? A spring clean is in order! One of the common problems we see is incomplete data. Often, when people are under […]
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18th May 2015

Withdrawal of sale and support for Act! 2013

Important notice – Withdrawal of sale and support for Act! 2013 As a Business Partner and supplier of Swiftpage software and services AlphaLogix Ltd have had a communication about Act! 2013, their excellent CRM software. Every product has a lifecycle and Act! 2013 from Swiftpage is no different. A product’s lifecycle starts when that product is released to market and ends when that product is no longer sold or supported. At Swiftpage their product obsolescence cycle starts when a particular version […]
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