Daylite Productivity Suite
Use Daylite to effectively manage your business and your team
Daylite is designed to help you manage your own business or it can be used by your whole organisation. Among its many features you can use Daylite to access shared calendars and be told when your colleagues have meetings scheduled or when they are free to meet with you; Delegate tasks to co-workers and be notified when these tasks are completed; Collaborate with your team and share all the information needed for you and your colleagues to achieve your goals; Manage tasks and link tasks to objects in your database or to relevant emails so that all pertinent information is linked together. You can even standardise your sales process using pipelines, track customer interaction and follow-ups (CRM) and prioritise your sales based on value, due date, priority or category. Daylite will provide you with business reports to analyse trends which can be scheduled for automatic delivery to your iPhone. Ultimately Daylite is designed to cover all your management needs and it’s easy to use.
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