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Written By: Cliff Ford on April 10, 2013 No Comment

CRM Price Comparison of SugarCRM vs Microsoft CRM vs SalesLogix vs Salesforce vs ACT vs SageCRM Most CRM evaluators are interested in comparing CRM pricing and features. But that leaves a lot open still. A real Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Comparison study also includes future pricing and other similar concepts. CRM Price Comparison White [...]

Written By: Cliff Ford on July 29, 2012 No Comment

Mobile Sales Force Automation In today’s workforce, it is essential to be able to provide mobile access to your CRM system. And having the right Mobile app for your CRM makes all the difference. Your users need to love their CRM, and this includes having a mobile app that is intuitive and easily adopted by a [...]

Written By: Cliff Ford on August 7, 2011 No Comment

Before moving forward with your Sage ACT! Premium 2012 on your system, it is best to be informed with all the technical requirements needed to make sure that it will be running very smoothly. All Sage ACT! Premium 2012 system requirements are based on a single-user environment (one computer accessing a local database). In a shared environment, Sage ACT! Premium 2012 is designed to work with more than 10 users. Recommended server system requirements are for environments of more than one user. Customer registration and activation are required and you must purchase one license of Sage ACT! per user. Your system must meet the minimum requirements to be eligible for technical support.

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 14, 2011 No Comment

In a blog article for a software advisory site, CRM analyst Lauren Carlson recognized Salesforce.com as the leader in cloud CRM solutions. This takes into consideration the facts that are yielded whenever CRM comparison surveys are conducted, including its known premiere status of being one of the first SaaS-based CRM products in the market. Salesforce seems to generate an impression of a user-friendly tool with deep impacts on the business processes relevant to its functions. The good thing about free trade these days is that buyers are presented with options. And with options, more and better alternatives are derived. This way, the common medieval mistake of sticking with what’s prevalent can be avoided. The article draws out a short-list of the possible alternatives that may be worth considering. It is also worthy to categorize this list according to how benefits should be focused.

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