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Maximizer CRM Version 12 Gets TEC Certified
Headquartered in Vancouver, BC (Canada), with worldwide offices and business partners, privately owned Maximizer Software delivers customer relationship

hyperlink  social networking (LinkedIn integration) hyperlink abilities drag and drop ability to undo searches (to return to previous view) dashboards campaign module quota management Outlook integration/sync re-written grid control (allowing for better performance when loading lists) address book tab features (user-defined fields, documents, an social networking) Address Book on Maximizer CRM Web Access Version 12 One thing I noted with the Web version of Maximizer CRM 12 was that the Web forms are much clearer

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