CES isn’t just about finding the newest gadget or electronic about to hit the market. It’s also about networking and making new friends. While standing in line for a press conference, I made some new acquaintances. We all seemed to have Windows Phone 8 devices, and when it came time to exchange business cards, one of my new friends told me about CamCard Business Card Reader.
This was not a free app, but I downloaded it anyways. I’m so glad I did. A few days later at a networking breakfast, cards came out to exchange, and I was able to snap a photo, download the info quickly, and hand the card back to its owner. At the airport on my way back home, I took time to add the rest of the business cards I had amassed over the past few days. I no longer had to hunt down a contact while working on my article for Business Traveler Magazine. I just searched on my Nokia Lumia 920 and quickly located email addresses for last minute fact-checking.
Here are some facts about CamCard that makes it a must-have app for business:
* Export card directly into the People Hub
* Supports 7 languages
* Snap a picture of the card and it captures the information
* Can load image from People Hub to contact
And so much more!
CamCard Business Card Reader App for Windows Phone 8 was $3.99 in Windows Marketplace and so worth the purchase. This app is also available for iPhone and Android for a higher fee. Here’s the link to purchase for your Windows Phone: CamCard Business Card Reader.
Super duper thanks to my news friends from PLuGHiTz for the app tip.