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Written By: Cliff Ford on July 29, 2011 No Comment

Sage ACT Professional 2011 has been developed to successfully intervene in the effective management of any business operation relationship to a customer. This factor is very important in the small business hemispheres in the local and global economies today. This is because customer relationship management is necessary to keep existing customers happy and entice prospective customers to jump ship. With that in mind, the developers of Sage ACT Professional 2011 made quite sure that its objective is to be the leader in customer relationship management. In fact, the past few months had witnessed the dawn of the revolution in cutting edge Contact Management Software.

Written By: Cliff Ford on July 27, 2011 No Comment

SugarCRM’s commercially-open source model has paved the way for customers and businesses to write and publish integrations to other business programs such as SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft, JDE, and Great Plains. SugarCRM is easily hoisted by a wide range of platforms such as Cast Iron, Talend, Pervasive, Informatica, and others. Many of the SugarCRM integrations are upgrade-safe and available to any customer because of the fact that its development platform is very advanced. For instance, the ability of Sugar to integrate with Miller Heiman and InsideView had been very pivotal to the success of the business transaction by BrainSell with its client, Insource Contract Services. This is because of the Sugar Professional Edition was able to provide the integration option to streamline the client into a single location.

Written By: Cliff Ford on July 27, 2011 No Comment

Do you find it hard to manage new leads? Are you frustrated with how very long it takes to buy leads and then bring them into your CRM database? With Sage Business Info Services, ACT! 2011 offers powerful tools for Sales Managers in search of lead generation!

Written By: Cliff Ford on July 21, 2011 No Comment

One may be wondering which deployment method for Dynamics CRM is the best. This article will discuss the pros and cons of rolling out Dynamics CRM Online. This is Microsoft’s Software plus Service model. With this product, the user pays a monthly fee for the following services: Microsoft installs and maintains the server (including upgrades and backups).

Written By: Cliff Ford on July 20, 2011 No Comment

SugarCRM vs Salesforce – User-Friendly Upgrades
This article discusses the SugarCRM vs Salesforce and their varying strategies – including upgrading.

SugarCRM Features have been gaining a lot of credit lately, and the reason is that it has been engineered with User adoption in mind. Many businesses are being burdened by the fact that their CRM Solutions would have to be greatly customized in order to even begin the implementation. Out of the box, many CRM’s are simply not user friendly. This is also true with many CRM Upgrades, where users are forced to accept their product upgrades without even needing them.

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