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mCaller v2.0 Public Beta testers required.

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The application is simple. mCaller automates the logging of call and business activity (phone calls / meetings / informal discussions / sms / commercial transactions) for individuals and the enterprise. We are looking for 50 participants in our Feedback Program and we are offering our application free of charge to those who are able and willing to provide constructive feedback. We are looking for users in US, UK and Australia to participate. If you are able to assist us, it would be much appreciated. 

Easy to use, mCaller™ automates mobile call and business activity logging and reporting, ensuring accurate record keeping, reduced daily admin, better planning and a sharper service delivery.

By compressing the processes used in managing business activities and calls, you save time and increase responsiveness to daily demands. mCaller™ lets you easily separate business and private calls, capture inbound & outbound call information, add helpful notes if necessary and automatically feed your calendar with prioritised follow up appointments. 

mCaller™ reports give a clear and consolidated view of your business activities arming you and your organisation with the information you need to improve customer interactions, drive revenue opportunities, record daily business events while preventing slippage in time, information and reporting. 

If you would like to check out their product and sign up for the beta testing just head across to http://www.mcaller.com

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  1. Hey Greg,

    I sent a request to the contact us section of your website.

    I would love to help out with your beta for this product.

    Thank you so much!

  2. Greg:

    It’s a promising app but pricing information was not available on the website and was only available after logging in to your account page. I’m always suspicious of buried pricing and in today’s economy I require cost information before I test so I can consider the monetary utility.

    As a personal user the cost would be $42/quarter or $168/year. Since there’s no discount for an annual subscription I’m likely to become a quarterly subscriber.

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