Use Ace Contact Manager for organizations which need to share contact information while assuring that all users can rapidly access all data at all times. Ace provides secure central location of all data including only one copy of all attachments. Attachment modifications are serialized. Ace provides all features expected in a contact manager such as time tracking, to do lists, email, private records, alarms, groups, indexes, activity series, reports, custom queries,etc. Ace has good visual presentation with a choice of window display types - horizontal, vertical, cascade, and overlay. All reports can be input to Microsoft Word for additional customization. The user can search all data in the database for a word or phrase. Programs and data are in separate folder/subfolder structures for ease of modification. Multiple databases are supported.
- Contact Management with History Tracking
- Links to popular word processors
- Query By Example
- Mail List Management
- Prioritized Task Scheduling
- Instant Searching
- Event Calendar Scheduling
- Automatic Dialing
- E-mail Merge
- Labels, Envelopes and Letter Merge
- Ready-made and Custom Reports
- Attach Documents To Contact Records
Additional Ace Features
- Unlimited Contact Records
- Unlimited Phone Numbers (Auto-dial any phone number in any field.
- Compatible with dbase, Foxpro and xbase files.
- Imports From ASCII Delimited Files.
- Import From HTML
- 47 User Defined Fields
- Auto Forward Unfinished Events
- Invoice Inventory Controller
- Multi-Function Calculator
Ace is easy to install, administer, and grow. One big difference with Ace Contact Manager is that Ace is easy to install, administer, and grow. Although Ace is at home on a stand-alone computer or in a peer-to-peer setup, its designed to provide maximum utility and security on a Local Area Network (LAN). But, unlike other network-based contact managers, it doesnt take a LAN administrator to install Ace. Anyone who has ever installed a software program will find installing Ace on a network fast, simple and easy.
Ace is easy to administer. Unlike some other contact managers, Ace does not have to be installed on every user workstation. Prior to Windows Vista, Ace is installed on the LAN server and only icon links need be installed on individual workstations. In Windows Vista Ace is also installed on each workstation but accesses LAN files. This is the Windows Vista paradigm. Whether on a stand-alone computer, a peer-to-peer setup or a 100 user LAN, Ace can easily be administered by anyone who is generally familiar with software. No special skills or training are necessary; if you can use a word processor and send E-mail, you can administer Ace.
Ace provides greater security. Ace can be configured to prevent anyone other than authorized administrators from saving records, documents and files to unspecified hard drives, floppy drives or other storage devices. Any attachments, regardless of type, are copied into a subfolder which is a part of the contact database. On a workstation these attachments are viewed by the local workstation default viewer whenever the attachment title is clicked. When a document in this folder is modified by a user, a new document is created. Also, if a user references a document somewhere else on your network which is already stored in the ACE attachment database, the attachment process now points to the copy already in the ACE database. You have all versions of a document. An attachment reference always points to the exact document which was referenced (not an updated version of the reference). Once Ace is installed and configured, your valuable data which Ace references is stored exclusively in a folder on the installation server. You can then restrict read from and write to access for that folder to just the Ace users or as you wish.
Changelog for this release:
- You can maintain date wise expenses for each contacts
- You can connect one contact of one database to another contact of another database.
- You can upload and manage documents for each contacts
Microsoft OS requirements are greater than Ace requirements