Granite Shoals, TX (PRWEB) October 3, 2008
Ace Contact Manager 7, the latest version of Data Management Assistance Corporation's award-winning software, promises a safer, smoother contact management experience.
"As businesses get increasingly interlinked, one of the top corporate software priorities is a robust, secure contact management system," says Mark Rix, a vice-president at Data Management Assistance Corporation. "Ace Contact Manager 7 makes it easier than ever before to effectively organize your business relationships, making communication with customers, vendors and colleagues more efficient and productive."
Ace Contact Manager (available online at http://www.GoAce.com) is already in use on 2,000 workstations across the world. Its latest edition, compatible with Microsoft Windows Vista, is easier to install and administer than ever before. Whether you need a server/client system for your corporate network or a stand-alone install for your on-the go laptop, Ace Contact Manager 7 has a solution for you.
Ace 7 was developed on the .NET platform, as opposed to Ace 6, which was developed on Visual Basic 6. Its key features include prioritized task scheduling, contact management with history tracking, instant searches, and email merges. Additional features include unlimited contact records and phone numbers, with an auto-dial option for any number; imports from HTML and ASCII delimited files; and a compatibility with dbase, FoxPro and xbase files.
As a limited introductory offer, Ace Contact Manager 7 is available at a special price of $99 per user, instead of the regular $129 per user. A support package is optional.
"Ace gives 1-25 concurrent users Microsoft Vista-compatible, Local Area Network-empowered, easy to install, easy to administer, and easy to secure contact management using .NET technology," says Rix. "As always, it is at the cutting edge of contact management systems."
About Data Management Assistance Corporation:
Data Management Assistance Corporation was founded in 1989 to provide multi-user, network-based, data-capture and databased solutions for organizations such as service bureaus, small businesses, state and county governments, health care companies, pharmaceutical manufacturers, utilities and postal services. DMAC currently supports over 5,000 data-entry and image-entry workstations in over 400 companies worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.dmacsoftware.com.