Archive for July 2017

How To Continuously Improve Your CRM (Part Two - Dashboards)

by Bill Harrison on Jul 5, 2017

In this post, we will look at how to create more valuable CRM dashboards.

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Automated Processes in GoldMine

by Bob Francis on Jul 6, 2017

Find out how almost anything done in GoldMine can be done automatically through Automated Processes.

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Upcoming Sugar Developer Classes by Sugar University

by Matthew Marum on Jul 11, 2017

SugarCRM made changes to Sugar University recently. With the introduction of role-based learning, see which classes Sugar Developers should definitely attend.

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Duplicate Detection Settings in wMobile (Contacts) - Updated

by Fred Block on Jul 11, 2017

We worked with our developers to further enhance how wMobile offers control over duplication when creating or editing records.

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Why in the World Would a Company Go Custom Software?

by Anthony Carrillo on Jul 13, 2017

We often get the question "why"? In an effort to succinctly answer that question, here are a few really common use-cases.

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Signups to Sugar – New Functionality in Act-On’s Forms Composer

by Paul Scondac on Jul 18, 2017

Act-On’s Forms Composer has been updated to support pushing form submissions from the same email address to Sugar as separate records.

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Sugar User Group: SugarCRM Hint, Relationship Intelligence Service

by Sarah Friedlander Garcia on Jul 26, 2017

In this webinar, we demoed SugarCRM Hint, the debut product in the new SugarCRM Relationship intelligence product line.

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Contact Management Systems & Ticomix’s CRM Division join W-Systems

by Sarah Friedlander Garcia on Jul 26, 2017

W-Systems continues to grow, and we are excited to have acquired two well regarded CRM organizations: CMS and Ticomix.

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Get a SmartStart: Are Your Customer Conversations Your Best Kept Secrets?

by Sarah Friedlander Garcia & Paul Scondac on Jul 28, 2017

Learn how to create one single place to capture your organization's interactions with customers and prospects.

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