Archive for September 2014

New Customization Options For Google Forms

by Koosha Araghi on Sep 2, 2014

Google Forms is an incredibly easy to use tool that lets you create forms and questionnaires to gather information.

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Mass Product Selection for Quotes in SugarCRM

by Amanda Anderson on Sep 4, 2014

UpCurve Cloud built a custom view that enables our customer to select multiple products for Quotes at once without leaving the screen.

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New Sharing Experience For Google Drive

by Denise Hazime on Sep 4, 2014

One of the big reasons users have been shifting away from Microsoft Office and onto the cloud is the ability to share and collaborate on the fly.

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UpCurve Cloud & American Banking Association: SugarCRM for the Banking and Financial Service Industries

by Sarah Friedlander Garcia on Sep 4, 2014

At UpCurve Cloud we strive to develop deep relationships with our clients to help solve their business needs.

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Hitting the Sweet Spot: Act-On Adds more Sugar Functionality

by Sarah Friedlander Garcia on Sep 12, 2014

Act-On has been hard at work to bring parity between Salesforce and SugarCRM with a set of reports that bring in additional information from your CRM.

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Google Apps Marketplace: Now Open To All Users

by Koosha Araghi on Sep 17, 2014

The Google Apps Marketplace is an online store that is home to hundreds of cloud based apps that integrate directly with the Google Apps ecosystem.

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D&B for Sugar

by Sarah Friedlander Garcia on Sep 17, 2014

D&B (Dun & Bradstreet) is the world's leading source of commercial information and insight on businesses.

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Video Tutorial: Managing Contract Expiration Dates using Sugar Workflows

by Christian Wettre on Sep 25, 2014

In this video tutorial we will use SugarCRM’s workflow feature to help in the management of the contract renewal process.

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Small Business, Big Technology: How the Cloud Enables Rapid Growth in SMBs

by Denise Hazime on Sep 26, 2014

Fast growth seems an elusive concept, something a lucky few tech start ups capture for a few fleeting years before slowing to smaller, incremental advances.

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