PC World Offers Glowing Review of SugarCRM

by Bill Harrison on November 25, 2008

We’re not the only ones who like the easy customizability of SugarCRM.

Richard Morochove wrote a glowing review of SugarCRM for PC World magazine today. Here's an excerpt:

"SugarCRM's flexibility is particularly sweet. You can change the look of the app, making relatively small modifications (such as a font color) or giving it a major overhaul by selecting a theme that revamps both its appearance and navigation. You can decide which components, called "dashlets," you wish to display. You can also change the names of assorted fields to customize them for your business."

Morochove concludes:

"If you're seeking more customer contact tracking capabilities than Microsoft Outlook provides, SugarCRM could deliver what you need. The no-cost Community edition lets you try it out risk-free."

If you’d like some suggestions for how to try out SugarCRM and put it through its paces, drop us a line at UpCurve Cloud.

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PRODUCT: SugarCRM

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Bill Harrison
VP of Products and Technology at UpCurve Cloud
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