Whether you’re an existing customer or looking to switch to SugarCRM, Version 7 is a major release. Download the white paper on why, when, and how to get SugarCRM Version 7, and get a free upgrade assessment from Technology Advisors.
In this five minute video, our SugarCRM expert guides you through the screens, capabilities, & tools that make up SugarCRM, including:
- Navigation Bar
- Global Search
- Account Profile Screen
- Administrator Tools
- Customer Data
- Communication Capabilities
- Lead Conversion
- Mobile App
- Managerial Capabilities
- Reports & Charts
Technology Advisors is an Elite Partner of SugarCRM, the highest tier achievable in SugarCRM’s partner program. To attain this status, a partner must demonstrate continuous sales growth, advancement, and industry-leading expertise with the product. Technology Advisors does this by providing certified SugarCRM training, offering SugarCRM support, building customized modules for clients, and regularly educating customers on the product’s releases and uses via podcasts, webinars, emails, and social media.
We want our clients to understand the value of their CRM and use it to its full potential. That’s why we work so hard to stay current with our CRM offerings and the trends of the industry. We listen. We customize. We stay with you.
Administering SugarCRM, $49.99
Setting up your CRM to match your business processes can help you get the most out of your CRM investment and increase user buy-in. The administrator tools in SugarCRM make it easy to configure your SugarCRM environment to fit your needs. In Administering SugarCRM, learn how to use all of the administrator tools. Become empowered to create new fields, add custom modules, automate processes with workflows, and set up security rules. Endorsed by SugarCRM, it is the second in the CRM Foundation Series.
Getting Started with SugarCRM Version 7
Getting Started with SugarCRM Version 7, $19.99
Getting Started with SugarCRM Version 7 is a comprehensive guide for navigating the SugarCRM workspace. Following up on 2013’s Getting Started with SugarCRM Version 6.x, this updated eBook addresses the new user interface and features in Sugar 7. Readers will gain an in-depth understanding of Sugar’s sales, marketing, and support tools. Whether the end user is reading this as an introduction to SugarCRM or they are already familiar with the software, this guide will help cover their CRM role and responsibilities within their organization. Endorsed by SugarCRM, this is the third book in Technology Advisors’ CRM Foundation Series.
SugarCRM White Papers
Why, When, and How to Upgrade to SugarCRM Version 7
You’re considering a customer relationship management (CRM) system for your business, but you have reservations. Do you really need a CRM system? Will it take forever to install? Will anybody use it once you do? Will it work? How will your employees react to the changes CRM inevitably requires? Will it be worth the cost? How will success be measured?
5 Ways to Increase CRM Adoption Within Your Sales Staff
Sales managers usually have no problem grasping the value of CRM—it presents sales data in an easily digested format that allows managers to adjust programs, processes and people to optimize selling. For sales people, however, CRM is often viewed as a new burden, a hindrance and an example of the sales manager shifting his work on to them.
Prior to their implementation of SugarCRM, C&M Conveyor had no formal customer relationship management (CRM) system in place and was considering a very complex CRM implementation using their ERP system.
As a family-owned and operated business, Journeys International prides themselves on delivering personalized, unique travel experiences to their clients. This meant understanding and representing their clients’ interests in a CRM tool, but the average CRM wasn’t built for such a unique use case. Journeys International needed XRM, not CRM.
Prior to their implementation of SugarCRM, EXILE Technologies lacked a proper CRM (Customer Relationship Management |LS|software|RS|). The many products they used failed to live up to expectations and - even together - didn’t constitute a true CRM; they essentially functioned without a proper database. Without adequate visibility, the EXILE team could not review history of the service they delivered to their clients.