Macola's new Backbone Spurs CRM Business

Macola is banking that a new architecture for its Progression SQL product will help improve not only sales, but customer needs for some time to come.

Specializing primarily in accounting software for the manufacturing industry, Macola's new product is designed to supercharge data access performance, integration with other Microsoft desktop products, scalability, ease of use and data security.

According to a company press release, Macola's software includes one of the most tightly integrated Customer Relationship Management (CRM), real-time e-commerce solutions in today's marketplace. The software was designed to work with Microsoft SQL Server 7.0/2000 technology.

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