February 25, 2011 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Bendorf, Germany - WebConnector 1.0 embeds a context-sensitive Web browser into the popular Daylite contact manager, CRM and business productivity tool. With the use of WebConnector in Daylite it is now possible to:
* Conduct context-sensitive Web researches about contacts and organizations within Daylite itself
* Monitor individual websites, blogs and social media profiles of contacts, like on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, XING
* Check current communicaton details of contacts on the web to keep the Daylite database up-to-date
There are two editions of WebConnector:
WebConnector Basic is free to use and offers web-based search functions for finding information about Daylite contacts and organizations, e.g. in social networks. It includes Google Maps address localization and routing too. More Web services will be added in the future.
WebConnector Extended requires a license and activates additional functions: Adding URLs from the Web view to Daylite's electronic addresses of contacts / organizations and browsing of all electronic Web addresses of contacts / organizations inside Daylite. A commercial license is $24.90 (USD) per computer and year.
WebConnector was developed by OSXpert Limited, a Daylite Master Partner from Germany, offering professional business and development services around Marketcircle producs. OSXpert Limited also offers the very popular FoneConnector plugin for Daylite for integrating various telephony systems.
OSXpert Limited is a Daylite Master Partner and Marketcircle Regional Partner for Germany/Austria/Switzerland. OSXpert Limited was founded in July 2009 by Alf Ruppert and Ilias Vassiliou after running a website about the use of Macs in companies for years and successfully offering Marketcircle Daylite products and Services in the German-speaking region of Europe. Daylite 3 has been localized in German by OSXpert Limited too. The product names used in this press release are for identification purposes only. All trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.