SalesAgility today announced the availability of their Software as a Service (SAAS) platform, SuiteCRM:OnDemand, that heralds the era of CRM as Commodity Computing. SuiteCRM is the fork of
In the world of Commodity Computing, vendors no longer hold the upper hand, customers do. The SuiteCRM:OnDemand service empowers customers by giving them ownership of the entire application and database and enabling them to download both and migrate at any time.
Soper believes that CRM is now in the era of Commodity Computing. "If you
"What you're paying for is not software. It's the sales and marketing machines, the expensive advertising, the highly remunerated sales executives. It's estimated that around 80% of SalesForce's revenues goes on Sales and Marketing. That leaves 20% for product development. With open source software, the reverse is true. Most of the money goes into the software and customers can enjoy Commodity Computing at a fraction of the cost of the major vendors. Customers can also access all the source code and modify it at very reasonable costs".
SuiteCRM:OnDemand competes functionally with SalesForce Enterprise and is priced at approximately one-seventh of the cost.
SuiteCRM's client base profile spans diverse market sectors including Agriculture, Government, Manufacturing, Software Development, Distribution, Healthcare, Leisure, Real Estate, Not for Profit, Business Services, Timber & Forestry, Accountancy, Legal, Technology, Solar, Entertainment, Security and Membership/Events. Clients in these sectors include governments, large enterprises and SMBs.
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