A bit under a year ago, we launched AffinityLive to the world, and in the process delivered the most comprehensive, affordable and integrated SaaS platform for managing a professional service business.
People loved us for our features, how tightly integrated all of their client work could be, and for really innovative features such as our contact/calendar sync and automatic email capture. But they also told us what they didn't love about us - initially it was that the product we butt-ugly (it was), then that it was too big and had too many features.
For our thousands of users who love us, they really loved us a lot - more than 70% of our users use AffinityLive every single work day. But we also realized with a few changes we could make a difference in how many more people spent their days.
Our mission was to re-cast AffinityLive to be a tool that would be useful to anyone who communicates with their clients via email. We realized that by applying some of proven technology around client contacts, email capture and attachment handling we could solve a really big problem experienced by almost everyone in business today - that while business has become faster moving, more collaborative and more agile, the tool we rely on the most - email - hasn't changed much ion 40 years.
That's why today we're excited to announce the launch of AffinityLive Sync.
AffinityLive Sync is a powerful tool which combined three of the most popular features of AffinityLive - automatic client email (and attachment) capture, the shared contact database and multi-user address book sync - to help you and your colleagues work smarter, together.
For more about AffinityLive Sync and its features, check out the AffinityLive Sync homepage.
Best of all, AffinityLive Sync is free - you can simply sign up online at signup.affinitylive.com/sync/ and be up and running in a couple of minutes. Each user account gets 2GB of storage and 2000 emails captured and indexed, and if you want to get more space for free, all you need to do is spread the word via Twitter or invite your colleagues and friends to try it.