SugarCRM continues to gain traction as an alternative to Salesforce.com in the cloud, and for its product portfolio — this time with industry awards from CRM Magazine, part of DestinationCRM.com.
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CRM solutions provider SugarCRM is continuously expanding in Asia-Pacific with a year-over-year increase in sales. According to Larry Augustin, CEO of SugarCRM, Asia Pacific is one of the company’s fastest growing revenue regions globally.
Getting Started with Sugar: Basic Setup
Who should watch this webcast: Sugar system Administrator or Sugar project implementation managers
With over 10 million downloads and a community of 30,000 registered developers, SugarCRM Community Edition (CE) is extremely popular, free and has deeper functionality than many commercial offerings on the market today.
Visualise contacts in context for more effective selling
Loaded Technologies’ new release of the organisation chart plugins for SugarCRM makes it even easier for sales professionals to quickly understand and instantly visualise hierarchical relationships and key decision makers and influencers involved in their sales opportunities.
Addressing your customers' questions and ensuring a timely resolution the first time they call is key to customer satisfaction.
CRM Magazine’s 11th annual Market Leaders Awards Program recognizes the key players in the fast-growing CRM space that are best responding to the needs of their customers.
SugarCRM was positioned as a CRM leader by an independent research firm. The Forrester Wave: CRM Suites for Midsize Organisations report evaluates 18 CRM Suites for midsize organisations (250 to 999 employees) and indicates SugarCRM’s strong traction in the market.
Increasing the number of your customers who promote your product, the number of people who recommend you to their friends and colleagues, will strengthen your brand. People buy from those they trust, and more than anyone else people trust their peers, so using your customers to better your brand will allow you gain and retain customers more easily.
It costs far less to keep a customer than it does to acquire one, and as a result many companies seeking growth find tapping into their existing customer base to be an effective strategy.