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Figure 12-1:
The
Business
Applications.
When you open the Business Applications dashboard, you see the seven
default Business Applications (there’s more detailed information about them
throughout this topic):
Business Contact Manager: Organizes the sales part of your business
by organizing your Accounts, Contacts, Opportunities, Products, and
Documents (see Chapter 8). Business Contact Manager is available in
both the Essentials and Premium Office Live accounts.
Time Manager: Contains personal and company scheduling information.
Think of it as your Personal Calendar on steroids (see Chapter 17).
Project Manager: Contains information about your company’s projects.
Helps you plan, track, and update your projects’ progress and issues —
and share that information with others (see Chapter 14).
Document Manager : Contains all the documents and pictures you
upload (see Chapter 17).
Sales: Includes three applications rolled into one — the Competition
Tracker, Customer Support, and Estimates — which helps take you (and
your business) through all the steps of the sales process (see Chapter 15).
Company Administration: Contains five applications — Company Assets,
Employee Directory, Expenses, Jobs and Hiring, and Training — all of
which help keep you, your company, and your employees organized (see
Chapter 16).
Workspaces: You might think of Workspaces as simplified Business
Applications. Workspaces are available in both the Essentials and
Premium Office Live accounts (see Chapter 9).
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