Share CRM Data - Share Customer Database
How to Share Customer Data Between Multiple Users
Options For Sharing CRM Data
If there is more than one user of your customer data you may want to share the same customer data and documents between multiple users.
Share CRM Data on an Office Network
Normally with Amphis Customer CRM Software you would connect multiple PCs together on an Office network (Local Area Network) and store the database, documents and templates in a shared folder so all the client PCs connect to the same customer database and share the same customer data. See Share CRM Data on an Office Network
Amphis Web Customer (currently being developed)
We are working on Amphis Web Customer which is designed to be used along with Amphis Customer to provide Web Browser access to customer data in the Amphis Customer database from any device including iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone as well as a Desktop PC.
Amphis Web Demo - AVAILABLE NOW
We have developed Amphis Web Demo which you can download and install now to provide Web and Mobile access (read-only) to customer data in the Amphis Customer database from any device including iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone as well as a Desktop PC.
Remote Desktop From Outside the Office
Additionally, clients may also remotely login to an office PC from their laptop, iPad or iPhone to access the full functionality of Amphis Customer from outside the office. See iPad access to CRM
There are a number of options for doing this including the LogMeIn software and also GoToMyPC and TeamViewer.
There are iPhone and iPad LogMeIn apps available on the App Store.
What if I Don't Have an Office Network ?
If you don't have an Office network then you could just have one main PC with Amphis Customer installed and you could allow a few users to remotely connect to your PC (see above) to run Amphis Customer on your PC. That would only require one license for Amphis Customer as only one instance of Amphis Customer is installed.
Amphis Customer isn't designed for use in Multiple Locations. It is designed to be used on an Office Network ie a Local Area Network (LAN) or on a standalone PC.
For more information on any of these options please email support