Act! Software is better in the cloud.


Remote Tech Group is the most advanced Act! Hosting provider in the US. Period. Our team of dedicated Act! consultants and network engineers keep your users connected, no matter where they are. Plus setup is so easy and you can be up and running in hours, not days.


Remote Tech Group specializes in providing superior service and support to small and mid-sized businesses. We offer both online and offline connectivity to match the way each of your users works, individually.


You also get ActCloudPortal, the powerful control panel interface that other Act! hosting companies can't provide. With ActCloudPortal, you control your database on our servers and avoid those hidden "consulting fees", whenever you need to make changes to your system. It's DIY compatible all the way, with 24/7 customer support if needed.


Check out our great Act! hosting features, all standard with any Remote Tech Group hosting plan:


  • Free 30 Day Trial
  • Free Set Up
  • No long term contracts
  • Free ActCloudPortal Account
  • Nightly Maintenance
  • 24 Hour Support
  • USA Based Support Staff
  • MAC Support Specialists
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RTG is an authorized partner of Swiftpage, providing a family of hosting & training Solutions for Act!

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Eliminate the burden of deploying and administering Act! on your network by your staff. You’ll reduce your hardware and IT costs because your Act! solution is being maintained and backed up at a secure off-site location. Learn More >

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We specialize in providing superior service and support to small and mid-sized businesses. Plus, our entire company (including support personnel) is based in the USA. Learn More >

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Death to the sys.syscommittab error with Act! 17.1 SQL 2014
Feb 24, 2015

How many times have you see this error message when you try to sync your Act! database?

Error: "Cannot insert duplicate key row in object 'sys.syscommittab' with unique index 'si_xdes_id'

Well there is good news, you can finally permanently resolve this issue and prevent it from returning to your Act! sync database.

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