Alternative to SOHO Organizer

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  1. shinji, Dec 15, 2010
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    shinji macrumors 65816

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    I'm looking for an all-in-one app (preferable) or suite of apps that can handle business contacts, general note-taking, to-do lists, tasks a calendar, basic project management etc.

    Big plus if it can also do invoices, but that's not required.

    So Omnifocus and Things wouldn't really apply here because those are specific for GTD type stuff.

    I've looked at Contactizer Pro, SOHO Organizer, and Relationship so far. Not crazy about any of them.

    I searched here and some people recommended Daylite and Studiometry, yet if you go to the forums of either of those apps, both have a lot of complaints, some of them saying that the program gets unwieldy and slow the bigger your database gets.

    Anyone have any suggestions for this?

    Also, it does not have to integrate with mail at all.

    Edit: Also, do you think this would be a massive pain to do in Bento myself? I don't need multi-user support.
     
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  4. shinji thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Thanks I'll look into those.

    At the moment I really like Daylite.
     
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  6. demingy macrumors newbie

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    Pagico is nice. It may or may not be what you're looking for, but you could check it out. Depending on which version you get, there are options to create projects and/or link items to business contacts.
     
  7. shinji thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Pagico is actually exactly what I'm looking for, thanks. Hard to justify the cost of Daylite now when Pagico is only $50.
     

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