Archive for April 2016

Features to Look for in Your CRM Mobile App

by Katie Liesmann on Apr 5, 2016

If you have a large team of sales reps who work remotely, your decision in choosing a CRM application is largely affected by the mobile friendliness of the app.

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Shortcut Search Bar in SugarCRM

by Katie Liesmann on Apr 7, 2016

If you are using Sugar 7.6 or later, then you have access to a shortcut search bar that few people know about.

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5 Questions Business Owners Have Before Switching to VoIP Phones

by Denise Hazime on Apr 7, 2016

A look at the questions most business owners want an answer to about a VoIP phone solution before they can sign on the digital dotted line.

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Three New SugarCRM Sponsored Open-Source Projects

by Sarah Friedlander Garcia on Apr 11, 2016

Learn more about three new SugarCRM sponsored open-source projects: sucrose charts, Sugar REST Harness and updated Tidbit documentation.

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Manning the Store Front – Website Visitor Tracking

by Brandon Contreras on Apr 11, 2016

Your website represents the electronic version of your storefront. How does your storefront look?

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Custom Fields in Projects

by Fred Block on Apr 12, 2016

If you use Projects, wMobile supports displaying the custom fields that are configured for Projects in your copy of GoldMine.

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Have You Registered for SugarCon Yet?

by Sarah Friedlander Garcia on Apr 12, 2016

Got customers? Want to differentiate yourself by providing a superior customer experience? If so, SugarCon 2016 is the conference for you.

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4 Things Your CRM Should Tell You About Your Customer

by Katie Liesmann on Apr 13, 2016

What are the key data points you should expect a CRM system to contain about your customers?

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Five Reasons to Attend SugarCon 2016

by Katie Liesmann on Apr 14, 2016

If you use SugarCRM, there is no other event more tailored to your organization than SugarCon.

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Google Single Sign On Made Easier and Better

by Denise Hazime on Apr 14, 2016

Google Single Sign-On is an excellent way to lock down your company’s data security and enforce company-wide policies for access to specific websites and email.

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Using Notification Services to Update Email Passwords

by Lynn Catterson on Apr 18, 2016

A new rule has been added to the wMobile Notification Services to check for incorrect email account credentials.

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New Features and Enhancements in Sugar 7.7

by Sarah Friedlander Garcia on Apr 18, 2016

Sugar 7.7 is a major release that introduces a number of features and enhancements including tagging, enhanced global search, and more.

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