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Really Simple's CRM Systems Suitable for SMEs

February 08, 2011

Some CRM systems are either too complex or too expensive and small and medium enterprises are put off by these factors, as well as the complicated interface. Really simple systems claims that its hosted CRM systems are extremely suitable for SMEs and has announced that an increasing number of users are signing up for the Free Edition Cloud CRM services.

Really Simple's free CRM systems are ideal for organizations who want sales, marketing and support systems that are easy to use and work immediately. This is a two-user, Web-based CRM system that covers the complete sales process commencing right from the initial inquiry to the ultimate pipeline reporting.

Launched mid October 2010, the system now boasts over 2,500 users, 1,000 of who had signed by the end of November.

In a press release, John Paterson, CEO Really Simple Systems, commented on the increasing number of users every month, which would take the company well above its initial target of 10,000 users by the end of the year.

Vijay Potukuchi, CEO of Brainy Bunch Education, a private tuition and e-learning business and early adopter of Really Simple Systems Free Edition, said in a statement that the intuitive interface and simplicity of use were aspects that really appealed to him, and added that this was what they expected from the company.

The Free Edition supports up to 100 Accounts and 100Mb of document storage with the opportunity for users to add more features, users and storage by upgrading to Premium Edition. Really Simple Systems, winner of the Software Satisfaction Award in 2008 and 2010, is the largest United Kingdom provider of Web -based CRM systems.

In a related news release, Really Simple Systems, London announced the availability of its CRM API that allows CRM users, Web developers and software providers to integrate their applications directly into the Really Simple Systems Web-based CRM application.

Mini Swamy is a contributing editor for ContactCenterSolutions. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Janice McDuffee