The ASAP GoldMine Consultancy team is led in its authoring division by Bernard Dodd. Always aligned to the end user, ASAP has published six QUE books on SAP software systems and is now creating best practice CRM (Customer Relationship Management) procedures on the implementation of GoldMine. ASAP GoldStrike TM methology has been designed to maximize business benefits and enable rapid quality implementations of CRM processes. Instructional expertise comes from extensive experience in teaching technical subjects to industrial and commercial users.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to GoldMine 5by GoldMine Consultancy, Goldmine Consultancy Staff
The Complete Idiot's Guide to GoldMine 5 takes you into the natural way the software is used. The book's format allows you to read what you need as you need it. Topics covered include: Advanced Record Location, Working in List View, Creating Scripts, Group Scheduling, Customizing User Fields, Forecasting Sales, Network Tricks and Traps, Connecting to Hand Held… See more details below
The Complete Idiot's Guide to GoldMine 5 takes you into the natural way the software is used. The book's format allows you to read what you need as you need it. Topics covered include: Advanced Record Location, Working in List View, Creating Scripts, Group Scheduling, Customizing User Fields, Forecasting Sales, Network Tricks and Traps, Connecting to Hand Held Devices, and Synchronizing with Remote Users.
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This book suffers from the same problems as the GoldMine for Dummys book. If you have been using GoldMine and have a good understanding of its purpose and function then the book contains interesting information. If you are not knowledgeable about GoldMine and your boss drops it on your desk and tells you to learn it then this book has minimal value. The book lacks an integrated approach. The information is good and accurate but is basically scattered pieces of knowledge. Think of it like this, suppose that someone wanted to teach you chess. They described each and every piece and the board. They described the manner in which each piece could move and restrictions on movement. Then they said to go play chess. You would surely lose if you don't know that the goal is to capture the other king nor how all the pieces work together to create an effective defense or offense. This book describes how each piece works but not how to get them to work together. Unfortunately I can't point anyone to any other book on GoldMine that does not suffer the same problem. They describe all the ingredients and how to prepare the ingredients but not how to bake the cake.