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Contact Sync: A Simple Problem Requiring a Complex Solution

Your contacts are aging. No, I’m not referring to people getting older, but maybe I should be. As people age they make changes in their lives. New jobs, new phones, new spouses (and thus new names) and new addresses are simply a fact of life. If you want to build a contact management system, you have to embrace this fact at the deepest level.

The Top Contact Management, Social Media, API, and Marketing Articles We Read This Weekend

What We Read This Weekend – December 3

When we’re not solving the world’s contact information problem or dreaming about the end of the BCS, we read a lot. Here are some of the best social media, marketing, sales, and developer articles we read this weekend.


Hack for Good at the Colorado Code For Communities Civic Hackathon

Are you a developer or designer in the Denver area? Don’t miss out on the┬áColorado Code For Communities Civic Hackathon, being held July 27th – 29th at Uncubed Coworking in Denver.┬áThis free event will bring together non-profits, government agencies, data providers, programmers, civic hackers, designers and anyone with an idea or stake in our community….

FullContact Developer Challenge

We’re excited to announce the launch of our first developer challenge today, the FullContact Chrome Browser Extension for SalesForce. We’re looking for a developer to build a simple Google Chrome browser extension that uses the FullContact API to enhance customer profiles within the SalesForce CRM. The winning app will receive a cash prize of $750,…