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IPads storm the enterprise

Maria Korolov | Feb. 14, 2011
As global accounts director at Altus, Inc., Michelle Klatt's job is to visit Fortune 500 companies and demonstrate her firm's video management software. When the iPad came out a year ago, she was all over it.

Like SugarCRM and, Pivotal CRM from Atlanta-based CDC Software also offers a choice of either a native iPad app or browser-based access.

"A lot of our customers, like, have deployed it on the iPhone and are in the midst of testing on the iPad," says Jason Rushforth, president of the company's Pivotal CRM product.

The native app has the capability of downloading data and storing it locally so that sales teams can work on opportunities and queue up e-mails to be sent out even when they don't have an Internet connection. All that data is encrypted, Rushforth adds.


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