IXACT Contact Brings Mac and iPad Compatible CRM to REALTORS®

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As the number of Mac and iPad users grow, IXACT Contact has ensured that its real estate contact management software is fully iPad and Mac compatible, running perfectly with the Mac operating system and the Safari browser.

IXACT Contact Real Estate Software CRM Mac and iPad Compatible
As the iPad emerges as an essential tool for the busy REALTOR®, the ability to run native IXACT Contact on the iPad gives agents on the road unparalleled access to all their critical business information.

The search for a Mac-friendly real estate CRM system is finally over now that IXACT Contact is completely Mac and iPad compatible. As a growing number of people make the switch from PC to Mac and the abundance of Mac users and loyal Apple customers become ever-present, this exciting news is increasingly important in the world of real estate CRM software.

“As the iPad and iPad2 emerge as ever more essential and valuable tools for the busy REALTOR®, the ability to run native IXACT Contact on the iPad gives agents on the road unparalleled access to all the vital information critical to managing their business,” said Rich Gaasenbeek, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at IXACT Contact.

Key players in the real estate marketing software space have been struggling to ensure complete compatibility and integration with the iPad. Many of IXACT Contact’s key competitors do not have the ability to run their software on the Mac operating system. “A large and growing segment of our client base use IXACT Contact on Macs with the Safari web browser, so the ability to also use the system on their iPad has been a natural progression” commented Gaasenbeek.

REALTORS® can sign up for a 5-week, risk-free trial of IXACT Contact at http://www.ixactcontact.com/. Those looking for a real estate contact management system for their Mac or iPad now have a viable option to meet their needs.

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