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Riva Integration Server for GroupWise and Exchange



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January 28, 2010 2:15 pm

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Looking for the ultimate, migration-proof CRM integration solution for GroupWise? Riva Integration Server for GroupWise and Exchange delivers transparent, server-side CRM integration for Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, SharePoint, Oracle CRM, SugarCRM, SageCRM, Saleslogix, NetSuite and others – NO plug-ins required. Riva is tried, tested, proven and available TODAY!

A new era of GroupWise integration

Riva Integration Server provides transparent, server-side synchronization of calendar data (appointments, tasks, phone calls), address book information (accounts, contacts, leads) and other CRM-specific data (CRM opportunities, cases and quotes) between leading CRMs and all GroupWise and Exchange clients—desktop, WebAccess, Outlook, Linux, Entourage for Mac, ActiveSync, BES, IMAP and others. Riva gets installed once on a server and saves sales and support staff 30-60 minutes per day – plus, it improves CRM adoption by reducing manual data entry.

Users enter data once in GroupWise or their CRM, and that’s it – no more wasted time manually cutting and pasting information. Riva takes CRM integration to the next level and simplifies management – with support for on-premise and hosted versions of GroupWise, Exchange and all supported CRMs.

Riva Managed Policies, Applications and Reports for GroupWise

In addition to being the #1 CRM Integration Platform for GroupWise and Exchange, Riva delivers the ultimate mailbox management tool for managing users’ GroupWise calendars, proxy access, rules, signatures and folders. Create Secure and Dynamic Distribution Lists. Get Riva Identity Integration for Active Directory and GroupWise.

More information

Visit www.omni-ts.com or contact Omni at +1.780.423.4200 or sales@omni-ts.com. Read customer success stories here – http://www.omni-ts.com/success.html#groupwise-integration

Customer quote:

“Riva delivers much better integration than the Outlook connectors I have used in the past for Microsoft Exchange and other CRMs.”

Marcus Svensson,
Business Development Manager
CPU Consultores, Portugal

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