One thing that is a necessity in any business — keeping accurate tabs on your customers. Or more so, your potential customers. Having the right tool to track who you’ve done business with or could do business with can help you make the transition from barely getting by each month to running a prosperous business.
JavelinCRM is a tool that is new on this scene, but fits the bill.
Update: We’re one day closer to the grand prize — and to Christmas Day. Hope you’re all having fun and thanks so much for making this contest such a success. Here are the three lucky winners from Day 18:
- Joseph Gorman – @anonymousjoseph
- Hazim Sami – @hazim
- Molte – @molte
Congrats to you all.
Available to the public earlier this year, Javelin has a pretty good start. It offers all the features you’d expect in a CRM tool, but focuses on all your relationships, not just your customers. Which is important when you interact with potential future clients or customers on a regular basis.
Another aspect of a good web 2.0 application is how it plays with others. Javelin doesn’t disappoint in this regard — it offers integration with great tools like Xero, Mailchimp, Freshbooks and FreeAgent.
How to Enter
If this sounds like a tool you could put to good use, let the guys at Javelin know about it. Tweet this: [email protected] I’d like to give the guys @javelincrm a try. Pick me.” The winners will be announced at the end of the day!
And a big congratulations to our winners from Day17 — enjoy SUBERNOVA.
And Over at Mac.AppStorm: Mailplane
Don’t forget to check out what’s going on over at Mac.AppStorm! Today they’re giving away a few copies of Mailplane.
There are huge benefits to using Gmail: threaded conversations, googling your inbox, labels, and regular new beta features. Equally, there are major advantages to using a desktop email app: offline access, easier attachments, Growl integration etc. Mailplane does an excellent job of merging all these benefits into one.
Come Back for Day 19