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Sep 25

The Control Center For Your Business

Contactizer Pro
Organize, Fast-Track, Maximize

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Contactizer is an amazing all-in-one solution for managing, sharing and organizing your personal and business information. Contactizer Pro makes your contact management experience more efficient, productive and inventive. Contactizer Pro, specifically built for Mac OS X, provides a wealth of powerful PIM features, all through an innovative, elegant and intuitive interface.Localized in English, French, and German.

Contactizer redefines contact management by providing a wealth of revolutionary features that maximize your productivity. Contactizer is built on top of powerful Mac OS X technologies (Cocoa, Spotlight, Core Image, Core Data and more), resulting in an outstanding user experience and peak performance. Keep looking for updates as we add innovative new features to Contactizer.

Top Core Capabilities

  • 5 modules (Contacts, Tasks, Events, Communications & Projects)
  • Manage projects and track their progress.
  • Automatically summarize contact-related information in a single view.
  • Link email messages to your contacts in real time.
  • Collaborative network sharing. No server needed!
  • Tag contacts, tasks, events, communications, projects with multiple category labels.
  • Interconnect all Contactizer items including reciprocal relationships.
  • Mail merge (HTML email template builder included!).
  • Event Manager with meeting organization and more.
  • Manage follow-ups for invitations to events and tasks.
  • Assign Type to tasks and connect follow-up actions (calling by phone, sending a fax, sending email…).
  • Synchronize with iSync and iPhone (and make information available on other devices!).
  • Organize any of your information using smart groups.
  • Built-in Google Maps search service for contact addresses location.
  • Incoming call notifications and dialing through Bluetooth phones.
  • What’s New in 3.8?

  • General user interface has been modernised.
  • Completed / Uncompleted / Progress filters are now placed on the top header of tableviews to allow data to be filtered by categories AND by status
  • It’s now possible to subscribe to ICS calendars (online calendars)
  • Projects & Tasks are now more deeply paired
  • Categories are now part of the Bonjour Sharing for Contacts & Tasks
  • A task can be linked easily to one or more projects thanks to a new popup widget
  • Low levels have been optimized for the upcoming Contactizer iPhone app.
  • Improvements
  • Project’s completed date could now be edited
  • A task can be linked easily to one or more projects thanks to a new popup widget
  • Contact groups & categories are now available as merge keys
  • Addresses in Contact full edit window are now ordered according to the card country setting
  • What are people saying about it?

    Chris Breen, Editor at Macworld US

    Contactizer Pro is, in many ways, an impressive information manager. The notion of the contact as hub to the information attached to it is an attractive organizational idea – one that you might take to.

    For the complete review visit Macworld US.

    Tom Gorham, Editor at Macuser UK

    The growing appeal of Macs in small businesses has been matched by an explosion of networkable task and contact managers. Despite some rough edges, this new version of Objective Decision’s Contactizer Pro more than holds its own ina competitive market.

    For the complete review visit Macuser UK.

    System requirements:

    Contactizer is an universal binary application so it will work natively on both PPC and Intel based Macs running Mac OS X version 10.5.4, 10.6, and 10.7!

    External Links

    Contactizer Home

    One Response to “The Control Center For Your Business – Contactizer Pro”

    1. manasclerk Says:

      There’s a couple of videos on YouTube someone put together. There’s no manual or even anything useful in Help, so that’s about all you can find to figure out how to use CP.