We emailed you a few weeks ago that we were finalizing a solution to replace CardScan At Your ServiceTM. We selected a powerful comprehensive solution provided by ScanBiz Mobile Solutions and consists of two parts: the ScanBizCards Web Sync web-based card management application and the ScanBizCards mobile app.
Look under the Account tab for an “Upload CardScan File” link. Use this link to upload your latest CardScan Database (.CDB) file.
Your CDB will be processed to create all required cards in your Web Sync account. Note: the process will start soon but may take several hours to complete. During that time you may access cards already uploaded.
(optional) Download the ScanBizCards mobile app and sign in with your Web Sync account (more info below).
Web-Based Features (Web Sync)
Full migration of all CardScan contact information including card images (both front and back), categories, notes and all data fields.
Ability to continue using the CardScan desktop application to scan cards-just periodically re-upload the .CDB file to synchronize your Web Sync account with the latest changes. Note: faster and more integrated solutions will be provided in the future.
Edit on the web: no matter where you are, you will have easy access to your entire library of contacts but also efficiently edit, organize, share, export to Outlook®-and much more-right from your web browser!
Export cards to Microsoft® Excel, request human transcription of difficult-to-scan cards and view contacts organized geographically on a map.
Mobile Apps You can choose to install the companion ScanBizCards mobile app for the iPhone®/iPad® or AndroidTM phones or tablets, or Windows® Phone. As soon as you sign into the mobile app with your Web Sync account, all cards will be downloaded into your mobile phone. The mobile app also provides a long list of features not yet available in the web interface such as:
Sending quick intro emails to new contacts
Sending LinkedIn invites
Setting follow-up reminders in the Calendar
Exporting directly to Salesforce.com and Daylite CRM
Cost The Web Sync service is offered at $20 for the first year and includes the ability to upload any number of CDB files + access to desktop synchronization solutions as they become available. 2nd year renewal and later are only $10/year.
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Thank you! 39/125 pints of red and 76/75 bags of platelets (05/24/13)
Evlynn Marie Mahoney Reinke
(July 1, 1947 - February 26, 2011)
Our Girl hated to owe anyone anything. In the last year of her life, she was always upset with the amount of fluids she was using. Say what you want about the American Medical Establishment, they never hesitated to give what she needed at the time. Even when it was clearly like pouring it down the drain! She was using AT LEAST 2 pints of packed blood and 1 bag of platelets. She got what she needed to stay alive.
Final score: 125 pints and 75 bags in a losing effort.
I always calmed her down with: "Don't worry. I'll replace it." "Promise?" "Yup!"
With the 05/24/13 platelet donation, I've replaced 76 bags.
Should be four more, but one time the machine broke (what a mess) and another the needle ripped my vein.
I guess the Universe was tired of me whining about doubles and the machine allowed a triple yesterday. Or there is someone in need. Two of the regulars didn't show up yesterday despite having appointments. Unusual since they are called with a reminder and if they are not coming, folks usually call and cancel. In case, they have a donor but no time slot. Strange.
Now I can whine about a sore butt from the wrinkle in my pants.
Interesting factoid emerged yesterday, I found out that, unlike whole blood donation, there's no age limit on platelets. The nurse on duty told me that she knows an 80, an 83, and a 93 years old donors. As long as you can qualify health-wise, there's no difference between young and old platelets. I found that surprising. Amazing "engine" the human body.
Since if I "do the platelets", I can't do the blood. So her family and friends have taken up that challenge. So far, we've snagged 39 pints.