Sponsor Highlight: SugarCRM

During the lead up to the Social Connections VI event in Prague in June, the team will be highlighting each of our valued sponsors in turn.  We are delighted to have their support  – without it we really couldn’t deliver this event and offer the completely no-fee attendance that we do.

Announcing a new sponsor for Social Connections VI.  Our Budweiser level sponsor and sponsor of the speakers & sponsors reception:  SugarCRM

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SugarCRM enables businesses to create extraordinary customer relationships with the most innovative and affordable CRM solution in the market. Recognized by leading market analysts as a “visionary” company, Sugar is deployed by over 1.5 M individuals in 120 countries and 26 languages.

Sugar is positioned to fully unleash the promise of CRM with an innovative CRM system designed for every individual who engages with customers: sellers, marketers, customer support agents, receptionists, and executives. The company is delivering a completely transformed, individualized CRM user experience that is immersive, engaging, and intuitive. Sugar fuses the straightforward simplicity, mobility, and social aspects of a consumer app with the business process optimization of conventional CRM.

As IBM Global Alliance partner SugarCRM provides an integration in different IBM solutions like Collaboration, Cross Channel Marketing Optimization, Notes. By bringing together world-class computing platforms, software and services from IBM and SugarCRM, organizations in any industry are able to replace inflexible, closed, legacy CRM systems with a modern, open solution.

Visit SugarCRM’s website:  www.sugarcrm.com

Brian O'Neill
IBM Champion, 15 year IT Associate from W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (often known as just “Gore”) and IBM customer. Began heavily working with Lotus Notes/Domino/Sametime/etc… in 2001. Began working with IBM Connections in 2010.
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