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Unified Contact Manager
Sync contacts + calendars to anyone’s mobile

  • Unifies data from multiple sources including the GAL, Public Folders, shared mailboxes, SQL and SalesForce.
  • Sync to fifty, a thousand, or even ten thousand users by targeting Active Directory groups.
  • Web-based administration supporting single sign-on.
  • Puts current, complete contact information where its value multiplies: in the address books of your employees' mobile devices.

itrezzo is among my all-time top three software providers. Their support is very professional, quick, and capable.

John T., Director of IT, Office Pavilion Houston

UCM delivers four capabilities.

Sync GAL

Easily sync your Global Address List to nearly any smartphone.

Choose which lists and fields you'd like to sync or exclude. Choose AD groups or entire GAL to create contact lists.

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Sync Public Folder

Sync contacts and calendars from all of your organization's Public Folders.

Sync subfolders. For smartphones with this capability, CiraSync can leverage subfolders to segregate mobile users’ personal contacts from their company contact lists.

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Sync CRM

The easiest, fastest way to ensure everyone has access to every customer, lead, and prospect from their mobile phones.

Works with and other leading CRMs.

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Sync Calendar

Sync public and private calendars to any Exchange users.

No app required; access shared calendars from mobile phones.

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Four solutions. One proven, secure foundation.

All four itrezzo solutions are built on the same Unified Contact Manager platform that is trusted by the Department of Justice, HBO, leading private equity firms such as the Carlyle Group, and large law firms. All four solutions are also available for Office 365 users, too.

Outstanding customer support. Really.

From its inception in 2001, itrezzo has been known for responsive, personal, around the clock support. Even better, once initial configuration parameters are set, itrezzo solutions “just work” and rarely require intervention of any kind.