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This article was published on February 20, 2015

    EasilyDo’s smart assistant gets a business-class upgrade with Salesforce integration

    EasilyDo’s smart assistant gets a business-class upgrade with Salesforce integration
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    EasilyDo’s smart assistant for Android and iOS received a business-focused upgrade today, which aims the lives of enterprise users a little easier.

    Primarily, the newly launched Business Edition focuses on Salesforce integration and will automatically log any contacts in the user’s phonebook or email contacts to the CRM. It’ll also log correspondence, meaning old email threads and contact history are easily accessible.

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    The updated version will also allow users to sync any notes from Evernote to the appropriate Salesforce accounts and scan business cards to add the details directly to Salesforce.

    There is a premium subscription fee of $25 a month or $240 for the year to access EasilyDo Business Edition, but the in-app upgrade is showing as $15 per month for us right now.

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