SuiteCRM – Open source CRM for the world

SuiteCRM is a software fork of the popular Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system SugarCRM, developed and maintained by SalesAgility.

The software is functionally equivalent to the major product suites like Salesforce, Oracle, SAP and Microsoft Dynamics, SuiteCRM is enterprise-ready and is displacing traditional vendors in large accounts.

With SuiteCRM, users can build business process models and create flexible, automated actions that can be activated to operate at any time. Users can also create sales pipeline models and design template customer quotes, regulate and control pricing strategies, maintain contract renewals and monitor the progress of leads.

It’s a free and open source application.

Features include:

  • Workflow module – an efficient, powerful, and flexible tool that delivers advanced capability to streamline and automate repetitive tasks freeing users to focus on selling and servicing customers.
  • Portal – manage all your customer issues through an easy to setup and use website.
  • Other modules include: Accounts, Contacts, Leads, Opportunities, Quotes, Calendar, Cases, Documents, Emails, Campaigns, Calls, Meetings, Tasks, Notes, Products, Product Categories, Contracts, Knowledge Base, Report Generator, Mobile, Outlook integration, Projects, Invoices, Events, Maps, and Thunderbird plugin.

Website: suitecrm.com
Support: Documentation, GitHub Code Repository
Developer: SalesAgility
License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0

SuiteCRM

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