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Invitation to Alpha Test the Triggers Module

25 Jul, 2014 by - comments

After many months of hard-core engineering, we're finally on the cusp of releasing our new Triggers and Notifications module. Before turning it on for all of our Premium level accounts, we're looking for a few alpha testers who are keen to give it a try.  If you're considering being an alpha tester, the *key thing to...
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23 Jul, 2014

Research Study: How Accurate is your Timesheet?

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As our users will know, we care a lot about time here at AffinityLive. From our new Automatic Timesheet feature[sitetree_link,id=625] to lots of reports on how people are using their time in a business, we know that time really is money. To help us get an even better picture of the way people track their time...
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18 Jul, 2014

See the New Quotes Module In Action

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*How can you make quoting more efficient? Find out by getting a walk-through of our most requested and innovative feature: the new Quotes Module*. We think quoting should be easier, more dynamic and connected to your delivery cycle. That’s why AffinityLive has taken a unique approach to the proposal process. With one-click quote-to-project conversion, an easy...
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15 Jul, 2014

The New Quotes Module Lets You Send Win-Ready Quotes

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“Please send me a quote.” It should be one of the highlights of a sales person's day, a strong buying signal that gets you closer to the close. But quotes aren't just a document you throw together to get a signature from a client - they're the commitment of what your company is going...
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4 Jul, 2014

Scheduled Maintenance July 5th 2014

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We're making a few changes to update our infrastructure to enhance its performance and security. The performance updates are to take advantage of Amazon's new Solid State Drive (SSD) storage feature which should enhance the speed of our epic databases, and the security dimension involves applying new controls and processes to add yet another layer of...
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18 Jun, 2014

Sneak Peek at the New Triggers & Notifications Module

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*What could you achieve if you could automate your business? Get a sneak peek at the most important update to AffinityLive since our launch back in 2011: the breakthrough new Triggers and Notifications Module.* * triggerscover2 copy * We've all got VIP clients and we all know how important it is to stay in touch. But...
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7 Jun, 2014

New Feature: Automated Timesheets for Effortless Time Capture

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Between excavating data and having to reinvent your week, it’s not a surprise why filling in timesheets is a universally dreaded task. In a world of automation, timesheets should be easy. AffinityLive takes a new spin on the traditional timesheet with the easiest and most intuitive way to track time. It intelligently captures your client touchpoints...
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4 Jun, 2014

Android App now in beta

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*Are you one of our (many) users proud of your Android device and looking on with a frown when we launched our iPhone app a month and a bit ago? Well, be jealous no more - you can now join our open Android Beta, and be playing with AffinityLive from our brand new Android...
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29 May, 2014

GFI Max Integration Now Live!

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After a bit under two months in beta, the AffinityLive and GFI Max integration is now officially live. With this integration, MSP's and IT companies can seamlessly manage client security, alerts, tickets and billing.  In the official launch press release, Dave Sobel, Director of Community at GFI Max, writes, "while there are a few products in the...
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15 May, 2014

Why you should use your work email account with AffinityLive

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Recently, AOL suffered two major security problems[http://blog.aol.com/2014/04/28/aol-security-update/] - the personal details (including their names, encrypted passwords and postal addresses) of many account holders were accessed by hackers, and then these details were then use to spew out vast amounts of spam from accounts hackers could break into. *As a result of these changes, providers of free email services (including...