Compare CRM Costs with our CRM Cost Matrix
Compare CRM Costs
One of the greatest factors in choosing the right tool is the ability to compare CRM costs. With the tools provided below we hope to point you in the right direction. Two products that provide a great bang for the buck are SugarCRM and Microsoft CRM.
Flexible CRM Infrastructure Options
Sugar and Microsoft are both built for the cloud. They are designed with the cloud in mind. That said, both provide the ability to host the data locally in an on-premise environment. Unfortunately Salesforce.com does not provide that flexibility.
TCO of Customer Relationship Management
If you are interested in the longterm Total Cost of Ownership of your CRM software, then you will do yourself a favor and consider Sugar 6 and CRM 2011. The monthly price point for both is the best dollar value in the hosted CRM industry. With the cloud, instead of having to pay for IT resources to sonsistently upgrade your system from version to version. you are able to invest that money otherwise.
With our spreadsheet tool, you are empowered to contrast the Total Cost of Ownership of more than ten of the leading CRM software systems.
The calculator includes the following CRM software systems: Salesforce.com, SugarCRM, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Sage ACT, Saleslogix, Sage CRM, and more…
You can plug in your numbers and evaluate the results of various CRM systems. You will be able to identify the most important TCO line items that are relevant for any CRM rollout. We have also included data for comparing CRM costs and software systems such as Microsoft CRM, Salesforce.com, SugarCRM, Sage CRM, Sage SalesLogix and more. You will be able to view the 3 Year and 5 Year Total Cost of Ownership for both SaaS (Online/On-Demand) and Licensed (On-premise) pricing models.
TCO line items include:
- User price
- Hardware (incl. Server and Users)
- and more…
With this excel tool, you will be able to compare the various price factors in the Online and On-Premise CRM deployment models.
This tool addresses various CRM deployment models, including (a) Online vs On-Premise, (b) SaaS vs Licensing and (c) Hosted vs Installed CRM.
With this tool, you will also be able to plug in your numbers and compare the results between various CRM implementation options. This tool was created by CRM gold partners – and is now available to our readers.
Comparison Webinar: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 vs Salesforce.com
This comparison between Salesforce.com and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 will assist you in your CRM evaluation. To view the on-demand webinar, click the image below.