Granville Software Inc - Products Credenza

By: Granville Software  09-12-2011

Designed for all professionals who need to be able to record their information around client files, Credenza is ideal for lawyers, consultants, accountants, architects, engineers, and more.

There’s no up front cost for Credenza. It works for free for the first 15 days. After that, you can pay as you go. It’s incredibly inexpensive – starting at just $9.95 (US) a month! And there’s no commitment – you can stop your subscription whenever you want. But you won’t want to – Credenza is a profitable investment that pays for itself and makes you money.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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