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Sugar Market Demonstration and Discussion

Sugar Market Demonstration and Discussion

Darren Flood from Evolution Marketing provides are view of Sugar Market – Sugar CRM’s new marketing automation product in this informative 50-minute video. This video follows the preceding webinar, called The definitive introduction to Marketing Automation, which...

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The Definitive Introduction to Marketing Automation

The Definitive Introduction to Marketing Automation

Darren Flood from Evolution Marketing provides a high-level review of marketing automation in this informative 45-minute video. Darren answers the most commonly asked questions about marketing automation:  What is it?  How does it work?  How does it connect your sales...

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Four new tools for Customer Success Management

Four new tools for Customer Success Management

In this video, Darren Flood from Evolution Marketing and Richard Miller from SugarCRM take a light-hearted look at the latest customer experience trends and technologies.SugarCRM’s recent acquisition of W Systems offers SugarCRM customers a new range of tools that can...

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Customer Relationships in Crisis

Customer Relationships in Crisis

49% of Australian sales leaders say that their CRM is costing their organisation lost revenues.  Evolution Marketing’s Darren Flood and SugarCRM’s Richard Miller have a light hearted look at the latest #customer experience platform trends from a report recently...

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SugarCRM v10 is now available and here is what we like about it

SugarCRM v10 is now available and here is what we like about it

The roll out of SugarCRM v10 has begun for everyone who is hosted On-Demand by SugarCRM.  Sugar continues to add value to their platform with Quarterly updates, and this Quarter has a few stand-out changes that we are excited about. More Compact Record view The record...

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Why investing in your software makes good business sense

Why investing in your software makes good business sense

Not so long ago, software in small and medium sized organisations was a fairly insignificant expense. Your biggest expenditure would have been the purchase of Operating System licenses and Microsoft Office licenses which would have covered the business for a few years...

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