With this post, we’re kicking off our new Training Thursday blog series. Once a week, we’ll add a short training video on how to use a particular OroCRM feature and will announce it in our blog and social channels. We like the idea of starting out the series with something grand. Let us introduce OroCRM Quick Start, our new self-led tutorial already available on our website. Read more
Following our recent announcement of OroCRM 2.0, we’d like to reflect on the enhancements made to the application.
The new release has brought major improvements to the Opportunity and Sales pipeline management making OroCRM even more powerful for sales teams to better facilitate data orchestration. Read more
We’re delighted to introduce our new silver partner, Cuantic, an open source technology solutions company focused on both public and private sectors.
Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Cuantic provides multi-sized organizations – from national governments to city administrations and political parties – a wide spectrum of services in software and technology consulting including analytics, campaign automation as well as customization and implementation of open source projects. Read more
We’re pleased to announce that the maintenance releases of version 1.10.16 for OroPlatform and OroCRM Community Edition (CE) as well as version 1.12.16 for OroCRM Enterprise Edition (EE) are now available.
Note that the updates in these releases refer to the older version of OroCRM and OroPlatform to support the customers who haven’t switched to the version 2.0 yet. If you have already upgraded to OroCRM and OroPlatform 2.0, you may consider this post irrelevant. Read more
At first glance, it makes sense that over half of today’s businesses now choose to bypass traditional, pre-built solutions in favor of fully customized and homegrown CRMs. After all, every business comes with its own unique set of needs and challenges, which can make using an out-of-the-box application less than ideal.
However, many of these businesses often overlook the very significant obstacles that stand in their way. For example, creating a fully functioning CRM system from the ground up can require thousands of hours of development time to design, engineer, and deploy the various features that even the most basic solution requires. All of this can easily end up costing them hundreds of thousands of dollars upfront, not even mentioning the lengthy time to market and return on investment. Read more