When you need a phone number, you do a quick search on the Internet and in a few seconds, you've got the information you need. And you probably receive a lot of contact information right inside the emails you receive every day. Both methods are by far more convenient than using those white or yellow-colored telephone directories.
And as with every new trend that emerges, there soon comes a way to improve on an improvement. Even though you receive business addresses, phone and cell numbers, email addresses and appointment information quicker and easier than before, you still end up adding much of this information into your Outlook program or your PDA manually.
This process takes time. Even though it's just a couple of minutes here and there, that's time you could spend doing other things. Remember, it doesn't take long for the minutes you spend on menial or repetitive tasks to add up to a sizeable chunk of time.
Stop to think for a moment about the volume of information you receive every day in your email. It's mind-boggling and sometimes overwhelming. For a while you're good about keeping track of what's important to keep and what can be deleted. But soon, you end up printing out all your email, which only creates a paper mound on your desk ? the very thing that the electronic era was meant to eliminate.
You print out the contact information for those with whom you are currently doing business. You print out appointment information and stick it into your day planner (and hope that these crucial pages don't fall out before you have time to copy them onto the proper date). You print out the email from your boss with the day's list of tasks to accomplish ? every day! Before you know it, you've used a ream of paper. This is not how life in the electronic age was meant to be.
Then along comes anagram, an intelligent analysis tool that scans information sent electronically and translates it into your Outlook or Palm Desktop automatically, with minimal assistance from you. And anagram can analyze more than just contact information.
Meeting information, signature lines, driving directions, to-do lists, other types of lists, and more are instantaneously converted into memos, appointments, contacts and tasks. It's no longer necessary to print out information and hope you remember to take it with you on your next trip.
Also use anagram to collaborate your company's Intranet using the Quicklink feature. It's a great way to increase the efficiency in your workplace.
There's really nothing to learn to use Anagram. This product does all the work. Simply highlight text from a web site or an email message, click on a shortcut, and anagram does its best to analyze and convert the highlighted text into the appropriate section of Outlook or Palm Desktop. You need to approve its analysis first, and that really is all that is involved. When the process is complete, anagram reverts to the background, where it awaits your next command.
For under $20 US, that's one assistant you can't afford not to hire! The makers are so confident you'll love this product that you can download a trail version and use it for 45 days before you have to pay for it! You've really got nothing to lose. Additional copies are a fraction of the cost, so you can buy a copy for everyone in your office. It runs on Windows? 95, 98, NT, 2000, ME or XP and Microsoft Outlook® version 97 ? 2003 or Palm? Desktop 3.0 or later.
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