Business Contact Manager for Outlook 2010




<h3>Business Contact Manager</h3>
Many professionals are looking for <b>Business Contact Manager</b> looking for a program that helps you to organize all the Information that they operate in daily work. This often includes contact persons and businesses, as well as all Correspondence and events. There are many programs designed to adhere strictly as <b>Business Contact Manager</b>, and There is so much that business as part of the Contact Manager application. Type of Business Contact Manager has been Chosen often depends on the work required, and uses the program to use.

<h3>What does a Business Contact Manager do?</h3>
As simple as it sounds, a <b>Business Contact Manager</b> is designed to do exactly that: manage business contacts. At the Basic level, this means that the registration and organization of the basic contact information (names, addresses, Phone numbers and email addresses) to the people who work in business. Many programs, such as Microsoft Outlook With relative ease. In today’s business environment, it is usually sufficient. A Business Contact Manager also must organize the information to companies to work with and involve the people directly employed by these companies. It should also organize and track correspondence, events and actions related to these people and businesses. At a deeper Level, many managers may have business contacts the ability to lead and manage information in perspective.

<h3>Business Contact Manager 2010</h3>
The new version of <b>Business Contact Manager</b> (BCM) for Outlook 2010 is much more powerful and more flexible than <b>Business Contact Manager</b>for Outlook 2007. Manage your business contacts, opportunities to hunt through the sales cycle, send custom Reports for marketing campaigns, and organize their business projects.

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<h3>Outlook 2010 with Business Contact Manager - what is new in this?</h3>
<b>1. Work quickly and effectively with a new streamlined user interface.</b>
Organize your data in four areas of work functions from sales, marketing, project management and contact. Create Filtering lists the records that show exactly the fields you need.
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<b>2. Keep track of business performance with the new Dashboard.</b>
Monitor important aspects of its sales operation gadgets graphics as a sales channel, the status of projects or Marketing campaigns.
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<b>3. Spend time on your most valuable leads first.</b>
Automatic priority to all your questions to the customer by the rules you specify, so you can continue your first most Important factor.
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<b>4. Create rich custom reports and share them with your colleagues.</b>
Use one of 72 predefined reports or create and share customized reports containing accurate data and formatting you Need. Export reports and their formatting and formulas of Excel for analysis.
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<b>5. Take your business contacts with you.</b>
To take advantage of Web and mobile solutions for Outlook, synchronize Business Contacts with Outlook Contacts. View and edit your Business Contacts anywhere you can view and edit your Outlook Contacts.

<b>6. Create new record types or completely customize existing ones.</b>
With the visual form designer in Outlook 2010 with <b>Business Contact Manager</b>, you can: Click and drag to create new Fields, delete them, you do not need, or rearrange the fields of the form. Create and customize new or existing types of Elements. Add or remove fields, so that each element is exactly what your business needs. Define the types of new Data elements of the vendor, or employee, and then decide which fields each record type needed. Defining relationships between elements. Keep track of virtual teams, business partners, your clients and their key influencers.
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<b>7. Manage projects with timelines and templates.</b>
Project managers, rejoice! You can track projects and tasks with the gadgets and the reports of schedule. Project for
The use of templates to create projects with many tasks at one time dependent. Simply define the project that needs
Time, save it as a model called, and creates many other projects of this kind you need.
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<b>8. Conduct efficient marketing campaigns with call lists.</b>
Conduct calls to groups of customers or potential customers. Choose exactly the contacts you need to call, write or Import a script calling. As appealing product, take notes directly in the script, then record appeal complete and Established a monitoring indicators of such contacts, which require additional measures, such as a brochure or a Personal visit.
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<b>9. Close sales with sales stages and activities.</b>
Create sales steps and activities that suit your practices. As you finish each activity, <b>Business Contact Manager</b> Provides a reminder in Outlook for the next activity in the series.
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<b>10. Share business data with colleagues</b>
Share your contacts and sales information to the team who need them. When a potential customer calls your suppliers Have the information needed to close the sale.

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