May 26, 2011
SalesAgility's Advanced OpenSales 4.6 Released for SugarCRM Community Edition
By Anshu Shrivastava
SalesAgility has announced the release of Advanced OpenSales 4.6 for SugarCRM (News - Alert) Community Edition.
OpenSales are Open Source modules, delivering quotations, products, invoices, contracts and PDF templates functionality to the Community Edition of SugarCRM, a provider of open source customer relationship management (CRM) software. Sugar Community Edition is licensed under version 3 of the AGPL.
SalesAgility said that there are many modules that are missing from the Community Edition of SugarCRM. These modules are present in the Professional and Enterprise editions. By delivering high quality and professionally engineered modules suitable for most organizations, Advanced OpenSales closes this functionality gap.
Company officials said that Advanced OpenSales conforms to the SugarCRM architecture and is upgrade-safe. Advanced OpenSales consists of five SugarCRM modules -- Invoices, Quotations, Contracts, Products and Templates.
Since it’s released under an Open Source (News - Alert) license, Advanced OpenSales is free to acquire, distribute and modify, according to company officials.
SalesAgility is U.K.’s longest established SugarCRM consultancy and delivers training, support, hosting and software development services for SugarCRM. The company has offices in Manchester and Central Scotland.
The company delivers SugarCRM projects across the UK and internationally. As consultants, it design and implement tailored Sugar CRM instances. And as software developers, SalesAgility designs and delivers customized instances of Sugar CRM that meet the more specialist needs of clients.
Recently, Faye Business Systems Group announced a new packaged integration between SugarCRM and Constant Contact (News - Alert), a provider of online email marketing, online surveying, and event marketing tools. FBSG is a SugarCRM partner and also a longtime user of Constant Contact.Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves