Ascendix Technologies Announces the Release of Real Estate Advantage™ for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 - THE Commercial Real Estate Solution for Microsoft CRM

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Ascendix Technologies is pleased to announce the release of Real Estate Advantage 4.1 for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 platform. "Our solution for the commercial real estate industry just got a great deal more powerful," remarked Todd Terry, CTO and Managing Partner for Ascendix. "The 4.0 release has a host of new features, enhancements and capabilities that directly benefit the complex needs of the real estate professional.

Users are kept abreast of critical events, such as lease option expirations or a fast-approaching deadline for a 1031 investment

Ascendix Technologies is pleased to announce the release of Real Estate Advantage 4.1 for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 platform.

"Our solution for the commercial real estate industry just got a great deal more powerful," remarked Todd Terry, CTO and Managing Partner for Ascendix. "The 4.0 release has a host of new features, enhancements and capabilities that directly benefit the complex needs of the real estate professional. The enhancements in the platform have enabled us to bring an even richer offering to brokers, leasing agents, and asset managers; especially those companies which require globally scaled, multi-lingual, multi-currency implementations."

Along with enhancements for the global enterprise, the Dynamics 4.0 platform adds new functionality for data management, duplication prevention, user-driven ad hoc reporting and an even deeper integration with the Office suite. "Real estate professionals spend their entire day in Outlook and Office. Real Estate Advantage is embedded in Outlook, which means the user is one click away from managing deals, interacting with customers, or running reports," added Terry. "When a user has to launch and login to another application, adoption rates are already at risk."

Microsoft has also embedded their enterprise-class workflow engine in this release with Windows Workflow Foundation. This workflow system is an ideal engine for lease transmittal and approval processes and complex acquisition and disposition processes, and serves as an ideal tool for enterprise notification mechanisms. "Users are kept abreast of critical events, such as lease option expirations or a fast-approaching deadline for a 1031 investment," added Terry.

Ascendix has also added new enhancements for Real Estate Advantage with this release, which include:
Enhanced functionality for managing multi-family properties and deals
Deeper integration with Microsoft Virtual Earth for mapping multiple properties with embedded property data and images
Improved quick searching with the ability to save custom searches, making it easier to get to data within the system
Multiple images allow for the tracking of a complete library of photos in JPG, GIF or other file formats related to a property
in-grid editing in the Microsoft grids streamlines the updating of multiple records at a time without losing context in the application
Prospect/investor/broker matching to deals and properties based on buying preferences

Ascendix will be demonstrating the Real Estate Advantage solution at RealComm in San Diego on June 9th -- 11th. Contact Carolyn Pachall at 972.889.8089 ext 325 for discount conference rates.

About Ascendix Technologies -- Ascendix Technologies, Inc., a Microsoft® Certified Gold Partner, is a privately held corporation located in Dallas, TX. Founded in 1996 by Todd Terry and Wes Snow, the company is celebrating its 12th year in business focused solely on the implementation of CRM systems for companies in both the mid and enterprise market space. In addition to commercial real estate, Ascendix has vertical solutions for capital markets, alternative investment products, and financial services. For more information on Real Estate Advantage, visit http://www.advantageworks.com. For more information on Ascendix, visit http://www.ascendix.com or contact them at 1-888-Find-CRM.

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