CRM for iGoogle demoed

It’s interesting to see all the companies who are trying to hook into iGoogle (Google’s personalized portal page). Here’s Etelos showing off how its “CRM for Google” works. Also in this demo is Etelos’ “Apps on a Plane” where they built a system that works totally offline. Real important for salespeople who’d use a CRM application. I also did an interview with Etelos’ CEO, Danny Kolke, who brings me up to date on what Etelos is trying to do for workers who want access to their data via a browser. Interesting stuff and shows off some of the changing trends behind how we’ll work together.

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8 Replies to “CRM for iGoogle demoed”

  1. Eh…that’s kindof cool. I guess I’m not all that enthusiastic b/c I personally don’t need a CRM.

    Now, if someone could integrate Basecamp into iGoogle, that would be cool.

    However, I prefer Netvibes over iGoogle. I like the interface a helluva lot better.

  2. Eh…that’s kindof cool. I guess I’m not all that enthusiastic b/c I personally don’t need a CRM.

    Now, if someone could integrate Basecamp into iGoogle, that would be cool.

    However, I prefer Netvibes over iGoogle. I like the interface a helluva lot better.

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