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Today we’ve got a five minute screencast demonstrating a 100% cloud-based mail-merge solution using contact and communication data from BatchBook (SaaS CRM) and Drawloop’s SaaS mail-merge solution, all tied together by xioup’s WebFormGlue API-Connector Platform.

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If you’re looking for a way to spice up your contact forms without having to pay for custom web development, you’ve come to the right place! xioup’s innovative new service, WebFormGlue, integrates Formstack (Online Form Builder) web forms with the BatchBook (Your Social CRM), and support for other SaaS applications is on the way.
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If you’re pressed for time, here’s the short story: We recommend MerchantOS to small and medium-sized retailers without reservation. The system excels in every area that counts: price, ease of use, features, ease of deployment, technical support, integration with third party hardware and software, support for special cases. You name it, MerchantOS does it right!

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Trying to decide which Content Management System (CMS) is best suited to managing your small business website can be overwhelming. There are hundreds if not thousands of systems to choose from. Read ahead to find out one important question that you need to ask before deciding on a CMS for your business.

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