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Simplesoft Solutions, a Saleslogix Business Partner, to Host a CRM Luncheon in West Chester, Ohio on July 15

Event Will Showcase a Live Demo of Saleslogix Xbar for Microsoft(R) Outlook(R), Showcase Real Customer Success Stories, and Commemorate Simplesoft Solutions' 20 Year Anniversary

WEST CHESTER, OH -- (Marketwired) -- 07/08/14 -- Swiftpage, a leading provider of integrated marketing and CRM solutions for individuals, growing businesses and mobile sales teams, today announced a complimentary "Leveraging the Power of X with CRM" Power Lunch event, to be held on July 15th at the Wetherington Golf and Country Club.

Those interested in attending the live event can sign up now at

The event will be hosted by Saleslogix Business Partner, Simplesoft Solutions, and feature executives from Swiftpage and Saleslogix, including John Oechsle, president and CEO of Swiftpage, and Don Menrisky, president of Simplesoft Solutions. Additionally customers will be on hand to share their experiences and successes using Saleslogix to enhance customer relationships and drive business.

At the event, attendees will observe presentations and demonstrations from current Saleslogix customers that will clearly illustrate how to build stronger client and prospect relationships using CRM. A live demo of Saleslogix, Saleslogix Mobile, and Saleslogix Xbar for Microsoft® Outlook® will show how to get CRM inside the devices and applications used every day. The Heartland Saleslogix Users Group will also be on hand to share their CRM inside stories.

"I'm excited to attend this event to spend time with current Saleslogix customers and prospects interested in implementing a CRM tool that is easily customizable to their business," said Oechsle. "It just so happens that there is the added bonus of being able to celebrate our long-time partner's 20 years of success."

"We are so proud to have achieved the 20 year business anniversary milestone at Simplesoft Solutions, Inc. We look forward to celebrating with Saleslogix and our customers at the Power Lunch event on July 15th," said Menrisky, president and managing consultant at Simplesoft Solutions, Inc. "We made a decision to focus on CRM within our business practice and to stay 100 percent committed to Saleslogix. It was one of the best decisions we could have made. We will be honoring many customers during this event and we are excited to hand out several awards."

About Simplesoft Solutions, Inc.
Simplesoft Solutions, Inc. is a customer relationship management (CRM) business consulting and software development firm in Cincinnati/Dayton OH, Charleston WV, and Charlotte NC surrounding areas. Simplesoft provides implementation, integration, development and training for Saleslogix and Act!. Focused exclusively on Saleslogix and Act!, our business is built on an ability to creatively adapt CRM to meet the varying needs of our customers' businesses. Simplesoft helps customers develop stronger relationships through improved sales, marketing, customer service, and support processes since 1994.

About Saleslogix
Saleslogix is the CRM platform of choice for companies strategically focused on customer engagements seeking to build cost-effective, purpose-built solutions for the mobile world. Award-winning Saleslogix enables intelligent collaboration and best practice automation across sales, marketing, and service -- recommending and performing winning actions to help drive revenue and an exceptional customer experience. Experience unparalleled flexibility and control with Saleslogix -- with Cloud, on-premises, hybrid, and mobile options to accommodate diverse IT and business objectives.

About Swiftpage
Swiftpage is committed to empowering individuals, growing businesses and mobile sales teams to better manage their business interactions, more intelligently engage their customers, and convert more interactions into transactions. The company's growing network of partners, customers, end-users and employees collectively represent the Swiftpage Nation, united across the globe as one team, on one journey. Learn more at and join the conversation at

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