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Etelos Announces CRMforGoogle

CRMforGoogle gives a business, large or small, the ability to communicate with clients, prospects and partners effectively

Make the technology fit your business; don’t make your business fit the technology. That is the mentality behind Etelos' CRMforGoogle, the latest in a revolutionary line of software from Web-based Application provider Etelos. Following Google’s recent premium business announcement, comes a fully integrated customer relationship management application that is integrated into Google’s business software platform.

Available today as a limited Beta release, CRMforGoogle gives a business, large or small, the ability to communicate with clients, prospects and partners effectively and easily. The Application is feature rich, giving users the ability to automate client follow up, manage tasks, share schedules and manage projects all in Google's easy-to-use interface already in use by thousands of businesses.

“We feel that this will enable any size business to effectively and easily implement a CRM solution that fits its needs,” Etelos President and CEO Danny Kolke said. “The flexibility of the Etelos CRM makes this a perfect fit for any size business.”

The initial Beta period is by invitation only. In order to request an account, please visit
www.crmforgoogle.com. Once out of Beta, CRMforGoogle will available in three versions — Personal, Professional and Enterprise. The Personal edition will be free to users and the Professional and Enterprise editions will carry a monthly subscription.

The Enterprise edition offers businesses the freedom to customize every aspect of the Application and also gives them the ability to select any hosting environment they choose and integrate other software. CRMforGoogle offers limited integration with Google Calendar and Google Spreadsheets. Further integration with those, as well as GMail and Google Docs is planned.

For more information on this limited beta program, visit
www.crmforgoogle.com.
 
About CRMforGoogle
CRMforGoogle is a way to integrate the functionality of a full-scale customer relationship management system with the user interface and integrations of Google’s personalized home page. Built almost entirely using EASE, the English Application Scripting Engine, CRMforGoogle uses conversational English to help business owners customize their Applications. CRMforGoogle gives businesses of any size task, sales opportunity and marketing campaign management.

About Etelos
Etelos provides on-demand, customizable Web 2.0 applications on the hosting environment that you choose. The Etelos patented technology for developing and deploying on-demand Applications is revolutionizing the world of software distribution. On the Etelos Store, developers can sell applications, businesses can try applications and Internet service providers can offer hosting services. Etelos is an Ecosystem with all the features of software as a service (SaaS) and all the flexibility of custom development. For more information about Etelos, visit
www.etelos.com.

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