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We’re written about Tactile CRM a couple of times in the past – they’re an excellent choice in the starter CRM market, for people who need some sort of customer relations management product but who don’t want to be overwhelmed by complexity. Now they’re released version […]

We’re written about Tactile CRM a couple of times in the past – they’re an excellent choice in the starter CRM market, for people who need some sort of customer relations management product but who don’t want to be overwhelmed by complexity. Now they’re released version 2 of the application, adding new features while still staying easy to use.

The new version concentrates on adding pervasive support for tagging, but there are some other changes too. Merging contacts and leads together will further simplify things, and increasing the limits on some of their plans is a welcome move. If you sign up for a free trial account with the code WWD, they’ll enter you in a drawing for a free year’s subscription as well.

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  1. yes… for people looking for simple things,

    I don’t expect any pre-compiled CRM to satisfy serious client requests (burned myself twice).

    Regards.
    Danut
    http://www.dcrsolutions.biz

  2. EnterpriseWizard is an adaptive CRM application. It’s an out-of-the-box, browser-based, end user-customizable J2EE product for issue tracking, helpdesk, customer support, sales, email and marketing automation.”

    EnterpriseWizard’s base CRM system can handle more than 60,000 tickets per hour, company officials say, and “is comfortable with databases containing over 10 million records.”

    EnterpriseWizard Grid CRM is available with Version 2.1 of EnterpriseWizard CRM. Last October it announced the release of Version 2.0 of its flagship. This new edition allows business managers to mechanize department workflow without IT support, extending on-the-spot customization capabilities provided by the product’s adaptive CRM engine.

    Ross Smith

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