Catalyst is designed to be as easy to use as possible. The system is a joy to use for all staff, including users who don't usually feel comfortable with a computer.

The following screenshots demonstrate the simple design of the Catalyst user interface.


Sales Management

Review your sales performance, manage your pipeline and view the progress of the opportunities your sales team are currently working on.


Marketing Management

Viewing a marketing campaign, you can view all targeted contacts, add new contacts and export data for a mail merge.


Project Milestones and Tasks

This screenshot shows the details of a project with a summary of the progress and detailed milestones and tasks.


Case Management

Case Management helps you to track Technical Support cases, Customer Service issues and similar incidents. This feature also provides Email Integration to increase efficiency, prevent double handling, and speed up case resolution times.


CRM Dashboard

This screenshot shows the home page for all CRM users. This is the first screen that you see after logging in to the system. The left hand side contains the application menu. The right hand side shows the main content for the particular function that you're accessing.

The dashboard gives a great overview into your business where you can drill down into more detail as needed.


Calendar - Month View

This screenshots shows the shared calendar at work. Here we have a simple shared calendar for two users, User A is in blue, and User B is in green. Today's date is highlighted in red.

Note the reminders section on the left hand side of the screen. Catalyst will show this reminder without having to refreshing the browser.


Person/Contact View

Shown here is the standard view of a person/contact within Catalyst. This is the section that tracks all the history of your customer. Points to note here are the upcoming events, marketing history and notes history.


Advanced Search

This screenshot demonstrates the advanced search feature in Catalyst. Primary features shown are boolean searching and fine tuning searches according to states, regions, event attendances, and note history.