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Windows 7: Business Contact Manager for Outlook 2010

27 Aug 2009   #1
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Business Contact Manager for Outlook 2010

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Business Contact Manager is a powerful contact and customer information management feature of Outlook.

The new version of Business Contact Manager (BCM) for Outlook 2010 is far more powerful and flexible than BCM for Outlook 2007. Manage your business contacts, track opportunities through the sales cycle, send personalized marketing campaigns, and organize your business projects.

With this introductory post, the BCM team has started to write about the top features in their upcoming release for Office 2010:
  • A new user experience makes BCM very flexible and easy to use, and it offers effective visualization of your business data through charts and a customizable dashboard.
  • BCM also enhances the effectiveness of your sales management process. For example, the automatic lead scoring functionality will help you identify the most important leads and shrink the sales cycle.
  • Best of all, you can modify BCM to fit your business needs. Completely customize BCM forms using a new visual designer, create new record types, define custom relationships, and create custom reports.
There are many new and exciting features in BCM. Visit BCM Team Blog regularly to learn how BCM for Office 2010 can help grow your business.

When you try Office 2010 you can download BCM from the Microsoft Connect site. Please try it out and send us your feedback!

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11 Feb 2010   #2
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Based upon this, is there anyway to use my Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager on my new machine that is 64 bit with Windows 7. If there is how do I do it, as my current CDs for office say they are not compatible.
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