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Kohezion - Customizable Business Software

06.26.2013
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TGMT Systems Inc. is proud to present its fourth state-of-the-art product, Kohezion ( http://www.kohezion.com/  ).  It is a powerful, Java-Based,  online database software designed with the small and medium business in mind.


Kohezion allows the users to create business applications tailored to their needs, without programming. The end-users can design their own customized applications to track clients, tasks, calls or any other data essential to the business’ operations. Kohezion replaces the spreadsheets and their multiple versions and centralizes the information, making it easy to share with coworkers.  Users can import their existing data into Kohezion to ensure a fast and easy transition from their old system to our platform.

Kohezion has many great features to boost productivity.

We offer:

-Email notifications,
-Calendar with daily, weekly and monthly views that can include multiple projects, 
-Data import from spreadsheets,
-Role-based security,
-Custom and automated reporting,
-Recurring items,
-Custom dashboard,
-File upload and sharing integrated with Dropbox™ and Google Drive™
-and so much more

All our features are included in the monthly subscription, no extras. We offer a free 14 days trial and our pricing starts at 19,99$ a month. For a turnkey solution, we offer consultation and training bundles at a competitive price.

Try it at http://www.kohezion.com/requestAccount.jsp

Kohezion’s mission

«We aim to offer your business a secure, reliable, simple, affordable, sustainable and highly customizable online database platform. We believe in empowering our customers, organizing data and connecting teams in order for your enterprise to reach its full potential. We pledge to provide exceptional support throughout your entire partnership with Kohezion. We value innovation, excellence, dependability, flexibility, accountability and adaptability.»

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