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Phones & Wireless


Concerned that the cranky associate you fired three months ago is running around with one of the firm's cell phones, and regularly calling Timbuktu? Tired of managing your complicated phone systems?

A new service from ePhones called the "Business Advantage Program" offers cellular, PCS, long distance, DSL Internet access and paging resources, combined with an asset tracking system.

The tracking system monitors which product is being used by an employee, it says. It can help firms manage and track telecommunication use, explains the company. The password-protected online tracking system monitors employee name, phone and pager number, manufacturer, model number, serial number, carrier, activation date and contract expiration date, ePhones explains. The company represents 43 carriers nationwide, it notes.

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Metz Phones Pro

Metz Phones Pro 8.05 is an address book database that can be stored and shared by multiple uses on a network, and generate reports with the information contained, says Metz Software of Bellevue, Wa. It allows users to synchronize with Microsoft Outlook, contacts and offers a new, more flexible "Quick Find" capability, to search for a name or company, says Metz. It also offers more customization features, and database functions. New mailing address and dialing script support also have been added.

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CyberGenie CG2400 is a multi-line, multi-user "PC Cordless Phone System," produced by the Cygnion Corp. Targeted at the "SOHO" (small office/home office) market, CyberGenie manages voice mail, e-mail and faxes from a single mailbox, from anywhere in the world. A "Virtual Personal Assistant" greets callers, makes calls, manages messages and reads them to the user, reports the company.

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Sprint, eBay

Sprint PCS and eBay have formed an alliance to deliver eBay's online trading services to the Sprint PCS Wireless Web. Sprint plans to include eBay's online trading services as part of its "Shopping" category of the Sprint PCS Wireless Web.

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