The interim release is a quick followup to the company's recent introduction of v2.4.
"Company officials say they're 'committed to producing a CRM product with the functionality that its customers need,' and will follow a policy of releasing updates on a quarterly basis," writes TMCnet's David Sims. "In January they released v2.4, containing a list of new functions, and began work on the next version scheduled for release next quarter."
"'[We] decided to produce an interim release for our customers rather than waiting three months to release with the next version,' says founder Connie Koch... Koch says with this new release RedHorse users can now perform standard RedHorse functions like e-mail merging, e-mail rules and global updates using filters based on their own custom data in the system," Sims writes.
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