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Old 12-13-2007, 08:51 PM   #1
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LXer: Power document management for SugarCRM

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go-mobile, a provider of popular extensions for SugarCRM, has released ZuckerDocs version 2 which integrates the open source KnowledgeTree document management system into SugarCRM. Using ZuckerDocs users can access KnowledgeTree's document management features from within SugarCRM, including version control and full-text document search. Documents within the KnowledgeTree repository can also be associated with SugarCRM objects such as accounts, opportunities and leads.



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