CompanionLink Outlook Syncas Solution to Google Calendar Sync Problem.

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CompanionLink Outlook Syncas Solution to Google Calendar Sync Problem.

CompanionLink for Google was recommended by Joanna Stern, writer for the Personal Technology column for Wall Street Journal. Stern wrote about alternatives to the Google Calendar Sync utility for Microsoft Outlook. While the Wall Street Journal notes several other products, none offers a single purchase license for all your computers and free telephone technical support like CompanionLink.

“Business customers value the cost of ownership,” says Wayland Bruns, CEO of CompanionLink Software. “You may drop your laptop, or upgrade your PC, and it is unrealistic to have to re-purchase your software each time. You may need help in configuring your software, so a company that has a US-based office that answers the phone is valuable. Businesses can’t be bound by email support that keeps you guessing when you will get a reply, or to licensing that requires re-purchasing every time your computer changes.”

CompanionLink.

One license of CompanionLink for Google allows installation on up to three computers in the same household or by business professionals using work, home, and laptop PCs. The product is available on a subscription basis for $5 per month (billed $14.95 per quarter), or a one-time cost of $49.95. For customers upgrading in Summer 2014, CompanionLink is offering a $10 discount; enter Affinity Code SUNSET for the discount.

CompanionLink Software, Inc. is a pioneering developer of data synchronization solutions for mobile phones and CRM software and services. They also develop a business-class CRM app called DejaOffice for Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry devices. For over 15 years, CompanionLink has helped mobilize information across devices, computers, applications, and web-based services.

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