Archive for June 2011

Custom Support Portal

by Amanda Anderson on Jun 6, 2011

W-Systems used the REST API in SugarCRM to build a custom portal with visibility to custom fields, custom modules, and relationships between modules.

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Quick Entry Module

by Amanda Anderson on Jun 8, 2011

W-Systems created a Quick Entry Module for its customer, The Texas Tribune, to speed-up data entry.

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Focusing on the Wrong End of the Pipeline

by Bill Harrison on Jun 9, 2011

An easy way to tell great sales organizations from average sales organizations is to measure where managers spend the majority of their time.

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Going the Extra Mile for the Customer…Then Turning Back

by Bill Harrison on Jun 13, 2011

Chris Bucholtz wrote a great post in the CRM Outsiders Blog entitled "Going the Extra Mile for Customers".

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The Future of Information Technology Organizations in the Cloud-Based Future

by Bill Harrison on Jun 16, 2011

Apple hosted an open discussion among Information Technology (IT) professionals about the challenges of mobile device deployment in the education environment.

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W-Systems’ Managed Hosting

by Eric Wikman on Jun 17, 2011

After a months of research and development to fine-tune the performance for SugarCRM, in 2008, we re-developed our hosting platform.

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SugarCRM Names W-Systems June Partner of the Month

by Amanda Anderson on Jun 21, 2011

W-Systems was recognized for its successful SugarCRM deployment with its customer USA-FACT, a comprehensive HR hiring solutions company.

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Better Security and Monitoring with W-Systems’ Managed Hosting

by Eric Wikman on Jun 22, 2011

W-Systems firmly defines its managed hosting from security to customer service and support.

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Now More Than Ever - Data Quality is a Critical CRM Success Factor

by Bill Harrison on Jun 28, 2011

Today CRM deployments are much smoother than they used to be.

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W-Systems’ Backup Policy for Hosted Clients

by Eric Wikman on Jun 29, 2011

The methodology of backing up a server is one of the most important aspects of a well designed system.

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