Marketcircle announced today that their popular Mac CRM for small business, Daylite, has been recognized as a Contender in Software Advice's 2018 FrontRunners Quadrant for the second consecutive time. The Contenders Quadrant includes "strong-performing products" that "may be more suited for companies that need more specialized functionality that comes at a price."
Out of over 1000 evaluated Customer Relationship Management products, the FrontRunners quadrant, powered by Gartner, highlights the top software products for North American small businesses. Only those with the top scores for their capability and value made the FrontRunners quadrant. The FrontRunners quadrant is designed to help small business leaders in making a software purchase.
“It’s an honour to be recognized by our customers," says Alykhan Jetha, CEO of Marketcircle. "Reading in these customer reviews how much people value Apple Mail integration and offline data validates that we’ve made the right choices when building Daylite for the Mac-based small business market and Software Advice has brought this to light.”
About Daylite Daylite is a Mac CRM and Project Management app for small businesses developed by Marketcircle Inc. Daylite is used today by over 20,000 small businesses in over 100 countries to manage customers, sales, & projects in one place. Daylite was built specifically for the Apple ecosystem and integrates with Apple Mail as well as the native Apple Contacts and Calendar apps. Daylite's integration with the Apple ecosystem allows users to leverage Siri, Caller ID, Notification Centre, and Multitasking on iPad. Unlike most small business CRMs that are a web app, Daylite is a native app that allows users to work offline and sync in the cloud. For more information about Daylite Mac CRM, visit https://www.marketcircle.com.
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