Microsoft Exchange users have a need to share information between their Exchange and Outlook folders – among users, without the need of meeting acceptances or out of date contact vcards. This allows an organization to “own and control the data” for their user base. DidItBetter.com Software is an industry leader in innovative Exchange public folder synchronization solutions for Outlook, smartphone, and mobile device users.
DidItBetter.com Software specializes in Microsoft Exchange/Outlook add-ons designed to provide organizations a way to easily sync and share information at the workplace and on the go. They offer innovative synchronization solutions for organizations with on-premise Exchange servers or for those in a hosted Exchange or Office 365 platform. For proof of concept before licensing the software, they offer free 21-day fully functional trial versions at www.diditbetter.com for users to take their products for a test drive.
DidItBetter.com was the first to offer full-featured synchronization solutions for Microsoft Exchange users with mobile devices; they offer several products including server-side (Add2Exchange), client-side (Add2Outlook), and hosted Exchange services with sync capabilities (hosted Exchange with Add2Exchange Enterprise).
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DidItBetter.com Software creates products which extend the corporate information system to users’ mobile devices by creating “information relationships” between folders. Calendar appointments, contacts, tasks, posts/mail, notescan be set up for a one way sync, two way configuration, or what they refer to as a “full mesh” sync.
The solutions developed at DidItBetter.com have enabled enterprises to transform, enhance and optimize their in-house business processes using existing technologies. Organizations use their solutions in many ways:
Synchronize the company’s Exchange global address list to their users’ mobile devices using a public to private sync, so users’ have an updated company contact list available on their mobile devices.
Sharing information. Many organizations use Exchange public folders to collaborate and maintain calendar appointments, contacts, tasks, or posts. Their products can be set up to automatically synchronize these Exchange public folders to users’ personal/local mailbox folders, where the information needs to be for the mobile device’s sync software to access.
Protect their company data by automatically synchronizing users’ local contacts or calendar folders to a centralized public folder. New and updated contacts are synchronized back to the main Company contact folder.
An Executive and his assistant being “tied at the hip” using smartphones, reminded of meetings, sharing new and updated contacts, and provide mobile “gatekeeper functioning” of the information all from OWA, Outlook and the mobile devices.
A Corporate calendar is delivered wirelessly to everyone without acceptances – and often reduces meetings and misunderstandings.
Scheduling resources to eliminate double booking of meeting or conference rooms.
Synchronizing folders between two different Exchange servers or synchronizing resources between hybrid environments.
DidItBetter.com’s accomplishments includes winner in the 2014 MSExchange.org Readers’ Choice Awards in the Exchange Server Mobility and Wireless category for their flagship product Add2Exchange Enterprise Sync Suite and their company was recently named Top 100 Most Promising Microsoft Solution Providers by CIOReview.
The company has a global presence and their products are deployed by businesses and organizations of all sizes. Their products are suited for any industry including financial, legal, government (local /county, state, federal), military, healthcare, professional services, real estate, construction, education, manufacturing, technology, hospitality, sports, entertainment, and non-profit organizations.
Moving forward, they will continue providing and enhancing their Office of the Future™ solutions for mobile professionals, Microsoft Exchange, and Office 365 users based on their feedback and requirements.