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[December 27, 2012]

CompanionLink Supplies Affordable Sync for Google Calendar

PORTLAND, Ore. --(Business Wire)--

CompanionLink Software provides an affordable alternative to the Google Calendar Sync tool that Google (News - Alert) discontinued last week. CompanionLink for Google replaces features found in Google Calendar Sync and also adds two-way sync of Outlook contacts, tasks, categories, and contact photos with Gmail and Google Apps accounts. Microsoft (News - Alert)® Outlook® 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010, and 2013 are fully supported.

"In 4-Hour Workweek, bestselling author Tim Ferriss mentions CompanionLink's Outlook to Google sync as an essential time-saving service," says Wayland Bruns, CTO of CompanionLink Software. "Our product enables Google integration with popular PC apps like Sage ACT!, Lotus Notes, and Palm Desktop, an web apps like SugarCRM (News - Alert) and Highrise."

One CompanionLink for Google license supports up to three computers and costs just $14.95. Phone (News - Alert) technical support and free software updates are included. More information can be found at www.companionlink.com/google/outlook/.

About CompanionLink Software

CompanionLink® Software, Inc. is a pioneering developer of data synchronization solutions for mobile phones and CRM software and services. They also develop a business-class CRM app called DejaOffice® for Android (News - Alert), iPhone®, and iPad® devices. For over 15 years, CompanionLink has helped mobilize information across devices, computers, applications, and web-based services. For more information, please visit www.companionlink.com or www.dejaoffice.com.

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