PORTLAND, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CompanionLink’s current product line supports two-way sync of Contact and Calendar details, notes, tasks, categories, and contact photos to the new Outlook.com service unveiled by Microsoft. CompanionLink offers a seamless connection between Outlook.com and popular CRM solutions like Microsoft® Outlook® 2007 and Outlook 2010, Sage ACT!, IBM® Lotus Notes, Palm® Desktop, Highrise®, Zoho® CRM, and many others. For less than $15, CompanionLink combined with the support for Exchange® ActiveSync® in Outlook.com gives people a complete sync system between their CRM, Outlook.com, and devices like iPhone, iPad, and Android phones and tablets.
“Outlook.com is a new desktop with easy access to People, Calendar and SkyDrive,” says Wayland Bruns, CTO of CompanionLink Software. “It allows you a view of external contacts like Google® and Facebook®. A migration tool is needed to actually move the data so it is native to Outlook.com. CompanionLink allows you to migrate and synchronize from Outlook on the PC, Google Contacts and Calendar, or other products like Palm Desktop.”
CompanionLink for Outlook starts at $14.95 for a three-month subscription. All purchases are backed by free phone support and a full money-back guarantee. One license of CompanionLink allows you to install on three of your computers. For more information visit www.companionlink.com/windowslive/outlook.
About CompanionLink Software
CompanionLink® Software, Inc. is a pioneering developer of data synchronization solutions for mobile phones and CRM software and services. They also develop a business-class CRM app called DejaOffice® for Android™, iPhone®, and iPad® devices. For over 15 years, CompanionLink has helped mobilize information across devices, computers, applications, and web-based services. For more information, please visit www.companionlink.com or www.dejaoffice.com.
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