SugarCRM helps businesses create thriving customer relationships by harnessing the power of a highly scalable, customizable CRM solution.
Built on a rigid database framework, Sugar can be custom made to fit your business regardless of industry. SugarCRM positions as a software company that suits any type of business or organization.
Sugar is a custom solution with many developer add-ons. Sugar has a huge user base and comes at a fraction of the cost of Salesforce. SugarCRM hosts cloud-based options or you can host Sugar yourself on-premise.
BrainSell migrates, implements and consults Sugar as a Platinum SugarCRM Partner. SugarCRM points to BrainSell to provide top quality customer database services.
More Added Value With a Certified Implementation Partner
When you partner with BrainSell to implement, migrate or consult on your database you get more value. We sell all the same editions of Sugar at the same prices as SugarCRM (the company itself), plus you get the added support from our dedicated team.
Never Miss Another Sales Opportunity
Transform your sales with access to the information you need to put your customers front and center in your organization. SugarCRM provides you with contextual intelligence for better, faster, and smarter decisions.
Social CRM Ready
Social media has opened up an entirely new avenue of selling. SugarCRM helps you get the most from your social networks by expanding your reach and relationship knowledge. Track selling opportunities across social sites and respond directly from Sugar.
Drive More Personalized Marketing
Supercharge your marketing programs with customized and targeted information. Sugar’s user-centric design gives you the contextual information required to understand your customers, execute innovative marketing campaigns, and track their effectiveness.
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