SugarCRM Offers New SugarExchange for their Users
FREMONT, CA: SugarCRM announces the launch of a new SugarExchange for users of its customer relationship management software. It offers a broad spectrum of third party applications and integration software to extend Sugar deployments.
Developed by SugarCRM partners, on the AppDirect technology platform, SugarExchange attempts to improve the reach and functionality of Sugar software.
Sugar works as the central hub for customer data across a broad range of applications and business processes. The applications and business processes include marketing, sales, service and support, integration and management, productivity, data and analytics.
“When we launched Sugar 7, we began the process of separating our Commercial and Community editions of Sugar to better serve our growing roster of enterprise clients,” says Clint Oram, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, SugarCRM.
He believes that the launch of the new commercial-only version of SugarExchange, is a step further to make it easy for their customers to find the rich set of business-grade solutions.
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