GoodData Launches GoodData Sales Analytics for SugarCRM
In a recent press release, GoodData announced the launch of GoodData Sales Analytics for SugarCRM (News - Alert), an app that delivers immediate and deep insight into the metrics behind the quarterly number. The application is a full-fledged BI solution that can be customized according to Sugar CRM-powered companies’ sales pipeline analytics without complex technology implementation or expensive product investment.
The SugarCRM users can use this application for free throughout 2011. Also, they can also easily upgrade the app for greater customization, deeper reporting on SugarCRM data, and other advanced analytics needs.
"This integration with GoodData provides robust analytical tools for thousands of Sugar users seeking immediate insight into their business performance; or those with limited resources to deploy larger and more costly BI tools," said Clint Oram, CTO and co-founder of SugarCRM. "Both of our products leverage the power of the open cloud to enable and empower intuitive yet powerful CRM solutions."
"Every company wants to visualize and analyze their business data, and GoodData provides an easier way to start than the typical big investments in broken BI approaches," said Sam Boonin, vice president of marketing at GoodData. "GoodData for SugarCRM is a great way for companies to get a taste of the power of our on-demand platform."
GoodData's purpose-built app for sales analytics is available on SugarExchange, the SugarCRM marketplace.
GoodData offers the world's most powerful Cloud BI Platform, providing our customers and partners with operational dashboards, advanced reporting and data warehousing at a fraction of the cost and complexity of other approaches. The company’s unique multi-channel go-to-market approach is driven by the company's Cloud BI Platform, which powers dashboards, analytics and data warehousing for billion-dollar brands, companies born in the cloud, and SaaS (News - Alert) and data provider partners alike.
GoodData recently hired Michael Gear as its vice president of sales. Gear has worldwide responsibility for scaling out GoodData's revenue engine through multiple channels -- direct sales, indirect channels and the innovative Powered by GoodData program.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell