Akvelon Inc. Introduces Global Search v2.0

Company: Akvelon Inc.
Published: 01 February, 2010
Akvelon Inc. introduced Global Search for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0, Akvelon has released version 2.0 of its popular new search engine for Microsoft Dynamics CRM -- and the revamped Global Search has an abundance of new features.

With Global Search v2.0, Akvelon has significantly streamlined the user experience. No longer does the system create separate virtual directories, thanks to full integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. That integration enables Global Search to use Dynamics CRM authentication, eliminating the need for any additional authentication. The company has beefed up its search support, with performance improvements and full support of custom entities search. Multiple organizations are now supported in Global Search; administrators can custom-configure the maximum number of found records and define user groups that can search their entire Dynamics CRM database.

"As would be expected of any update, many bugs in Akvelon Global Search have been fixed," explained Akvelon CEO Sergei Dreizin. "But our team has gone well beyond those basic improvements to release a product with greater usability and functionality."

Akvelon designed Global Search to meet a simple need of every Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 user: a unified search function with the ease of use of a Web search engine. Initial response from Dynamics users has been overwhelmingly positive. Fans of Global Search cite its ease of use and ability to capture multiple data fields in a single search query. Presented in a convenient layout that will be familiar to anyone who has used a Web-based search engine, the system is scalable and easily customized.

"Akvelon is pleased to unveil the latest version of Global Search," stated Dreizin. "We have worked hard to make Global Search a real value to Dynamics users, and v2.0 reflects that dedication. We appreciate our customers who have embraced Global Search and look forward to continuing to meet their CRM needs."