ACT! For Notes CRM Released by Vigilus

Vigilus continues their pursuit in making ACT! for Notes the “best of breed” in the Lotus Notes CRM market by announcing a brand new version.

VigilusACT! for Lotus Notes is a single, extremely flexible Lotus Domino application that enables Users to organize, track, access and share detailed contact and customer information via a Notes client, standard web browsers and Mobile devices.

Joe Singer a Principal at Vigilus, said:

“Aside from the obvious sleek new User Interface enhancements we have engineered into the application, we have really concentrated on making our users even more efficient than they were before.”

“More information is displayed where users need it most, plus the navigation and data entry experience has been streamlined increasing the productivity of our users.”

Mr. Singer strongly believes that if an organization has the Lotus Notes platform, you are doing your organization a disservice by not considering ACT! for Notes when evaluating CRM software.

“You will not find a better product in terms of price, features and practicality than ACT! for Lotus Notes CRM.” added Mr. Singer.

ACT! for Notes, a product of Navagate Inc., incorporates the core business components that are common to all Sales & Marketing organizations. The software integrates fully with the Lotus Notes calendar and email, enabling your company to easily organize and manage all of your activities and collaborate effectively throughout the organization.

The new version of ACT! for Notes is available exclusively from Vigilus.

About Vigilus

Vigilus LLC is a leading IBM/ Lotus Notes application development organization with a core competency in CRM solutions for the Lotus Notes, Web and Mobile platforms. As an internationally known IBM Business Partner whose owners have been involved with Lotus Notes since 1993, Vigilus is the sole resource for the procurement of the ACT! for Lotus Notes CRM application along with deployment, training and ongoing support the services.

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