The SLO Personal Contact Manager (PCM) allows small business owners, the self-employed and solo entrepreneurs to organise and reach out to everyone they know. And it comes with a 7-day free trial and a free data import during our limited release phase ...
Get a 7-day free trial and a free data import during our limited release phase
As we mentioned in a previous blog post, getting started is the easy part, it's the importing and organising of your existing spreadsheets that can be a challenge. And that's the same for any contact manager or CRM system; how do you organise the data once it's in your new system?
"Free imports during our limited release phase!"
If you're like many other small business owners, you may have your contact list in an Excel spreadsheet. Just send it to us as an email attachment and we'll convert it to the right format and get it into your new SLO Personal Contact Manager. That way, you can have your 7-day free trial using data that you're familiar with, which means you'll be more engaged with your PCM, letting it showcase its true power.
But what if you have a pile of business cards and would like them adding into your PCM? Well, that can't be free as it takes a lot of time, but we do have a fantastic trusted supplier who knows our system well so could enter the data for a fix 'per card' fee. Let us know and we'll put you in touch with them.
The all-new SLO Personal Contact Manager is flexible and powerful and lets you organise and reach out to everyone you know. With free imports during our limited release, we encourage you to start your 7-day free trial as soon as you can.
Until next time ...
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If anything I've written in this blog post resonates with you and you'd like to discover more about either PCM Standard Edition or PCM+ Prospector Edition click here to get your 7-day free trial or give us a call on 0333 335 0420 and let's see how we can help you.
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