Rather, a business that loves Apple products. Mac, iPhone, iPad. What they use to keep it all running smoothly is a suite of apps that revolve around Daylite, an integrated calendar, contacts, tasks, projects app. If you want a Mac to run your business, start here.
Daylite For Daylight
Most businesses manage their information the old fashioned way. Email. Notes. Contacts. And plenty of to-do lists. Daylite integrates those business functions in a seamless suite of apps in one place.
Starting with contacts, Daylite keeps every piece of information in a central, shared location.
Calls, email, notes, appointments, and more are easily accessed, updated, edited, and shared with others in the company.
Think CRM. Customer relationship management, but Mac style. Daylite integrates customer contact and information so it’s usable to help maintain and grow the relationship.
It starts with data, which collected over time, becomes a goldmine (pun intended) for any company that relies on customer contact.
Daylite integrates customer information, calendar events, with notes and email, but it really begins to shine as a company productivity tool with projects, objectives, and tasks.
Daylite has been around the Mac for a few years, so I consider it a mature product that’s regularly updated to make way for changes in business communication.
For example, Daylite runs on the Mac, but there’s also Daylite for iPhone and iPad which syncs up with all that customer data, and project management information that has become so valuable these days.
Schedules can be shared with family members or co-workers. The Daylite home screen gives you a quick view of the day, running projects, and a one click (or, touch) view of more details as needed.
That means Daylite lets employees collaborate on the go, while management can track and monitor progress on critical projects. All from Mac, iPhone, or iPad.
Don’t think of Daylite as an expensive version of Contacts, Calendar, or Reminders. The Daylite system is sufficiently complex that employees will need training and a champion in the company to drive and manage Daylite (this is critical because Daylite is complicated to setup and manage, though easier for day-to-day users).
The end result of using the Daylite system means improved productivity, greater efficiency, better customer contact, and better management decisions. This is a professional business application which brings together the best of Mac, iPhone, and iPad capabilities. It’s the price a business will pay to keep on top in an increasingly competitive environment.