You can work with documents in Bitrix24 without an office suite now. Thanks to integration with Google Docs and MS Office Web Apps, you can open, view, and collaborate on documents stored in your Bitrix24 portal via your Google and Microsoft (Live ID) account.
For many people their first extensive use of a cloud service that was not email was Skype or Dropbox. So it’s natural that a many small companies depend on these consumer-facing services for their operations. At first glance, it seems like no big deal to conscript a consumer service into the business world, but there are several side effects which Bitrix24 eliminates while providing a superior service.
In this blog post the main idea of the Business Processes module is explained. Here you can also find a brief tutorial on creating a simple sequential business process for document approval that can be used in the Document Library in Bitrix24.
We encourage you to try our Bitrix24 before purchasing a commercial license key. There are two options to choose from: Bitrix24 Free Cloud Version - more suitable for end-users for general product overview, and Bitrix24 30-Day Trial Version - preferred by advanced intranet users and IT-Department staff who would like to investigate the extensive customization and integration possibilities of the product more thoroughly.
To activate your 30-day trial in the cloud version of Bitrix24, simply navigate to:
Your Bitrix24 --> Settings --> License --> Demo mode --> Activate
*You can start developing your intranet/extranet solution in-house using a trial package of Bitrix24 Self-Hosted version. It can be evaluated for 30 days, and during the evaluation period it is also possible to buy a license key and continue working with the product as a commercial customer without losing any data or wasting any time with a new product installation. Tags: 30-day, bitrix24, cloud, free, in-house, intranet, self-hosted, test, trial
Converting a lead to a Contact represents a point in the relationship with the (potential) client that puts them in a category beyond the rather impersonal status of ‘lead’, or the point at which the client is made the responsibility of a manager rather than an associate, etc. In many cases, this is when the lead makes a purchase or signs a contract.