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Do you simply mean to convert Outlook 2011 to Outlook 2010? If so, here's a free download that claims to do it on DownSoftWares.com: Convert Outlook 2011 to Outlook 2010 5.0. If you want something that costs money, you can use SysTools Outlook Mac Exporter — OLM to PST.
Steven, There is actually some online literature about this, as the differences between the three are many. First check out 15 Differences Between GoldMine and Salesforce. Then see another interesting one: Sage Act vs Salesforce. Alas, your choice might ultimately come down to whether or not you have a PC ;-)
Mike, If you are looking for project management software for construction that is accessible anywhere, take a look at ProCore, which is based in the cloud. But there's a lot to choose from here. Also check out Projectmates and BuildStar, which are also pretty popular solutions for construction companies.
Cheryl, Are you looking into this because BMC's Service Desk Express is being retired? If so, they have a new product called BMC Remedyforce, which is in the cloud. Otherwise, if you need IT Helpdesk Software, I would investigate SysAid or Web Help Desk.
Harley, Thank you for this question! I would check out FBS Systems for accounting software for agricultural businesses. It would also be good to explore Agriculture.com for accounting solutions.
Barbara, Thank you for this question! Check out NueMD for Physical Therapy and Physiatry EHR and Practice Management Software. You also might try mavenLive or RehabSoftwarePro.
JJ, There are some great options to choose from. Maybe take a look at creately to get an idea of a company that offers services to larger, relatively well-known companies. Otherwise, OrgPlus has a free trial offer you might want to explore. Gliffy, on the other hand, asserts that its methods ...
Khashayer, This might depend more on the scale of your business -- and your budget. I could tell you to check out Oracle or SAP, but they tend to be better for the larger operations (which may or may not be good for you). So if I were you, I'd peruse ...
Kevin, QuickBooks offers some of the most popular accounting software packages out there but there are alternatives that many people prefer such as Xero, which is pretty easy to use. Freshbooks is also up-and-coming, and provides cloud accounting services. ...
Hello Venise, For an easy but reliable free service, try GnuCash. For paid services that are comparable to QuickBooks, try Peachtree, which has a good reputation as well.
Alecia, If I were you I would visit various online forums, perhaps the OTN Discussion Forums: Comparativa analysis of OBI vs MS BI vs SAP Business Object for example.
Nedda, Looks like CFO.com isn't giving away their opinions for free in this manner. However they do offer a book available through both google and amazon.com called CFO Insights: Enabling High Performance Through Leading Practices for Finance ERP".
Anne, I think you should try Method CRM, which is designed for QuickBooks (and apparently has international versions of QuickBooks for the U.S., Canada, UK and Australia).
Susan, Great question! Check out FarmBooks for a streamlined approach to accounting vis a vis agricultural work. Another option to consider might be Farm Works.
Anthony, There are many out there! Check out Sugar CRM for medium-sized businesses such as yours. Perhaps also investigate Base. Additionally, Zoho CRM is a lot like Salesforce, but more affordable.
Jhune, Here is a link (http://www.mseedsystems.com/) that will give you an idea of which software companies are operable in the Philippines.
Alex, You might also want to take a look at Base. Additionally, Zoho CRM is a lot like Salesforce but more affordable.
Debbie, You might want to explore Dataforma Inc. for a highly rated accounting package for construction companies. FieldOne is another good one to check out.
Scott, I would look at Salesforce. Also check out SAP's variety of Partner Channel Management capabilities. Miller Heiman also has an applicable program to explore.
Stephen, Great question! So you have to pay taxes on your converted farmland huh? Well since you have no employees, you can probably go with a more simple software service. There are a ton available online. You can try perusing Ultimate Tax Service and other companies of that nature. In this ...