Jumsoft has released Relationship 2.0 (http://www.jumsoft.com/relationship/), an update of the customer relationship management application for home-based or small businesses for Mac OS X. In the new version, Jumsoft expands its scope, turning Relationship into a contact and project management solution.
Relationship 2 features a series of improvements, including direct e-mail integration, a fully remade event feature, and project tracking capability. It features a series of improvements over its predecessor, including direct e-mail integration, a fully remade event feature, and project tracking capability.
Relationship is designed to help people organize and manage their contact information, titles, campaigns, and resources. With it, you can collect information about your customers, partners, and suppliers, organize contacts by groups and “smart groups,” add custom columns or subcolumns to groups, sync contacts with Apple’s Address Book, manage events, write and send e-mails, manage campaigns for contacts, manage associations, add attachments and notes to contacts, import tab-delimited files, and export v-cards.
Relationship requires Mac OS X Tiger 10.5 or later. The application is Universal Binary, so runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel Macs. A single user license of Relationship costs US$39. Version 2.0 is a free update for registered users.