[TriLUG] Open Source "Specialized" CRM

Matt Pusateri mpusateri at wickedtrails.com
Thu Dec 13 13:19:19 EST 2012

Have you looked at SugarCRM?

Matt P.

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On Dec 13, 2012, at 12:42 PM, Brian McCullough <bdmc at buadh-brath.com> wrote:

> I have been looking for a while for an Open Source ( possibly Drupal )
> CRM that might have some different ( unusual ) requirements. ( or not )
> I have looked at a few so far, things like XRMS, eGroupWare, the RedHen
> project and Erpal. So far, the ones that I have looked at appear to be
> either old and unmaintained, or a little too "close to the edge," and
> "not quite ready for prime time."  Also, I'm not sure how well they
> might fit the needs of this project.
> I have a general idea of how other types of companies might use a CRM,
> and certainly, some of the packages that I have looked at seem to have
> those capabilities, but I'm not sure how well they might fit my needs.
> The requirements that I consider unusual involve the use for this
> system.  I may not even be looking for a CRM, although that seeems to
> fit closest to what I need.
> It is a system for an "IT recruiting" organization, where almost every
> "person" record ( consultant, prospect, contact, whatever ) will have at
> least one document closely associated with it, the resume.
> The requirements also include the need for management overview and
> monitoring of "sales peoples" activity and plans, etc.  They also
> include the need to search through the documents, or at least
> meta-information about those documents, to find the matching person
> records.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Brian
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