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Talygen Offers Workflow Feature


Business management automation company Talygen is now offering a workflow feature which covers numerous topics and procedures including management of company financials, employees, customer service, client relationship, and more.

Simply titled Work Flow, the new feature offers several modules including invoicing, project management, CRM, expensing, ticketing, and human resources.

 “Talygen has a lot to offer, and we want our clients to benefit from our full range of features,” said Talygen's chief program manager Harold Saini. “Moving their business processes to Talygen would mean that users would no longer have to pay for multiple services, products, or subscriptions. Users won’t have to worry about switching gears in order to use another type of software; they can find the tools they need under Talygen’s modules.”

Visit the company website for more information. 


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