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Old 08-08-2011, 12:29 PM   #1
LaylaNahar
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Can someone recommend an open-source public license sales software?


Hello

I'm going to set up a sales software / CRM. I need something of zero cost and public license. I thought of using Sugar (I'm thinking there is a 0 cost version and that it is public license) but Sugar seems like it might be difficult to deal with in terms of installing and customizing. I've checked the wikipedia page that compares CRMs, but my experience is rather limited and I was finding it a challenge to get a clear picture of what would suit my need from that alone. I'd really like to get some recommendations from people who have set up such software. I'd like find something that is open-source, web based and appropriate for a B2B setting. A good feature would be that it is something that I can modify or access so that it can share data with a different database. Hope my question makes sense, and thanks very much in advance for any information someone might be willing to share.

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Old 08-09-2011, 09:53 PM   #2
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It might help if you describe the major things you want this software to do.

I know that I know nothing about "sales software" and that may be the case for many of the others here. However, there is a good chance that a number of persons may know of various forms of collaboration software.

If you give some specifics, perhaps someone might know of something that would do the job, even if it is not advertised as "sales" related.
 
  


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