Introducing Vine desktop and Web clients
Vine is a visual tool for handling company business activities, such as organizing customer contact information, planning and following projects, scheduling everyday appointments, and much more. It will help you to manage vast amounts of widely varying data with a graphical, easy to use interface.
The following list will get you briefly acquainted with the most helpful Vine features:
Scheduling, Remembering and Reminding. Vine seamlessly combines the following most popular features of personal information and contact managers: Calendar, To Do List and Reminder messages. Calendar allows you to effectively schedule daily activities. To Do List keeps track of your meetings and current projects. The Reminder application sends you messages about urgent tasks and appointments.
Visualizing data and connections. You can create an organization chart by simply dragging object icons and creating visual links between objects. Using Maps you can visualize all company process flows and data connections.
Managing workgroups. Vine allows several people in a workgroup to access the same database. You can insert events into the calendar of your subordinate, and Vine will take responsibility for notification.
Providing convenient and easy to use interface. Vine has a familiar and intuitive interface employing some of the best elements from modern operating systems and web browsers, such as customizable menus and toolbars, Back/Forward buttons, History list, status area, context dependent right-click menu, resizable window panes, the extensive use of drag &drop technique. The interface generally requires only a few keystrokes and mouse clicks to get things done.
Online and Offline use. It is possible to use Vine desktop client both in the office, while connected to the main database, and when traveling, using a portable computer and a local database. Vine desktop client can work in offline mode so that you can continue working even when no database connection available. It will synchronize the local database with the server database when it gets online.