January 07, 2014
SugarCRM Receives More Positive Feedback from Users on Softwarefit.com
By Shamila Janakiraman
Softwarefit.com, a technology consulting firm which helps business clients select the best CRM, ERP and marketing automation software solutions, revealed that SugarCRM (News - Alert) has received more positive reviews from users.
Softwarefit’s catalogue of comprehensive business software reviews benefit small, medium and enterprise sized companies. The end user reviews delivered by Softwarefit.com help businesses by providing guidance and user comments about every platform featured on the site.
According to Softwarefit.com, SugarCRM ranks higher in the CRM category. The reviews about SugarCRM highlight its capabilities in maintaining databases as current as possible which helped sales teams of clients to serve their respective customers optimally.
SugarCRM is a SaaS (News - Alert) solution and is hence cost effective in addition to being highly customizable. Users are able to learn fast as the software is agile. All businesses prefer CRM solutions that are easy to adopt.
Although most CRM solutions have been designed to facilitate entering of contact information, managing sales pipeline and basic reporting, they may not have a user friendly interface. In some cases movement from one page to the next becomes cumbersome and time consuming.
A CRM tool has to be intuitive according to feedback received from users and should function with full efficiency from the beginning. The best solution is that which is cost effective and easy to implement, said Softwarefit.com officials.
In September 2013, Softwarefit introduced a new comparison white paper on the ‘10 Questions to ask before buying CRM.’ This new paper is designed to help small to medium sized businesses identify what questions they should answer before making risky software investments.
This is the third paper released by Softwarefit in their series of CRM comparison and rescue papers. Softwarefit’s most popular CRM software review paper is Salesforce vs SugarCRM which is also complimentary to visitors.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker