Office software

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  1. rabos

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    Hello. I've been looking for some office software which might help individual parts of our company to work more effectively and improve co-operation with each other. I feel that we're losing potential because of lack of integration. Could help me finding something like that?
     
  2. Fergal

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    Welcome to our Business Forum Rabos.

    Are you looking for something like Open Office or perhaps something like Basecamp?
     
  3. jackers

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    Well, maybe you should try inlevel.com and their solutions. They lately convienced us to their services and we're satissfied so far :)
     
  4. Yanni

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    What is your industry? Depending on your industry, there are software companies that create industry specific software. For example, for Internet Marketing companies, SEOmoz.org makes pretty neat tools to use.
     
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    Open Office?? Open Office was bought by Oracle and since then Open Office hasn't improved a bit. All major linux distros have already dropped Open Office from their default installations. Instead they have opted for Libre Office. Its kinda better and ever improving.
     
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  6. Mike Levin

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    It really depends on your needs. You as well can use Linux, that well be designed and created for your company only. Also you can find a lot of CRM systems, that will help you not to loose your customers. There are a lot of solutions, nowadays. You just need to provide more information and your requirements.
     
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    Hey, rabos! Have you found what you're looking for? What kind of integration are you interested in? It would help if you provide us with something more specific to work on. The more specific your requirements are, the more likely we can provide you with great advice.

    IF
    you still haven't figured this out since you started the thread.
     

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