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How SugarCRM aims to improve business performance
SugarCRM announced several new platform capabilities to help companies accelerate their business growth.
SugarCRM partners with Zaparas Lawyers to provide client enquiry management
Zaparas Lawyers chose SugarCRM for its ease of implementation and its ability to integrate with the company’s existing systems.
Hamilton's NetValue teams up with SugarCRM in agriculture push
Reseller NetValue is partnering up with SugarCRM to provide integrated ERP and CRM systems to the NZ agricultural sector.
Mid-market CRM software Sugar announces update to version 7.9
SugarCRM has recently announced the release of version 7.9 of its customer relationship management software.
SugarCRM's new APJ vice president stays committed to partner ecosystem
Mark Troselj is taking over as SugarCRM's vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan, and vows not to compete with its partners.
Sweet taste of success as BusApps claims top SugarCRM award
NZ's Business Applications and Integration has taken out SugarCRM's Accelerated Growth award for ANZ at a glittering awards in San Francisco.
SugarCRM taps IBM Cloud for enhanced security, privacy and control
Through IBM's global network of cloud data centers, organizations will gain access to on-demand, scalable computing power."
SugarCRM demonstrates just what is possible with AI
At its recent annual conference for customers and partners (SugarCon), SugarCRM revealed its bold roadmap for the future.
Aussie SugarCRM reseller makes Elite list
SugarCRM partner Plus Computing, which has offices in Melbourne, has been named one of the top 10% of the vendor’s worldwide channel partners.
Kiwi partner proving sweet for SugarCRM
CloudTech has become the first Kiwi company to garner Elite Partner status with SugarCRM - a status awarded to the top 10% of the vendors channel.
SugarCRM caters to Aussie enterprises with new data centre
SugarCRM has opened its first data centre in Sydney, with the intent to provide local customers with improved efficiencies and security.
“This year I plan to be very disruptive..."
So says Wayne Goss, SugarCRM Asia Pacific regional sales director, of his plans for the New Zealand market.