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Good to know Salesforce can be used for small business. I had come across this question many times. Also I am looking to read other articles by you.

I read a great article on accessing Salesforce thru mobile http://techburgh.com/blog/2007/11/24/mobile-connect-for-salesforce-and-linkedin/

its cool, check this out www.modazzle.com?channel=salesforceg

Jim Stephens

Great blog, have you checked out Projity ? There are SaaS and desktop replacements of Microsoft Project. It turns out Microsoft Project is part of the Office family of products and is installed on 7% of all Office desktops. Project has a retail price of $1,000 which makes it the highest profit margin product for Microsoft and drives over $1 billion in revenue for Redmond.

Projity has a SaaS solution called Project-ON-Demand that is $19.99/month. It is complete replacement of Project and available in a browser anytime/anyplace on Linux, Unix, Mac or Windows. This is a tremendous benefit over Project which is constrained and only on Windows. Project-ON-Demand even opens native Microsoft file formats so migrating is immediate. There are free trials that take under a minute to set-up.

There is also a desktop product called OpenProj. This has been downloaded over 150,000 times in the two months since release. OpenProj is also available on Linux, Unix, Mac or Windows. It is completely free and commoditizes the Microsoft Project business on the desktop. OpenProj is available in English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Swedish, Russian or Chinese.

If you have not checked out the Projity site it is recommended. The forecast is 7-11 million users will be using OpenProj instead of Microsoft. The two solutions would be great for the SME market

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