What is a good OpenSource program for CRM?

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We've been using Maximizer for years. Our company has sfound that we do not use all of the features of it. We are seeking a change to a less cumbersome CRM program. There are two people to use the program for Customer lists, contacts, e-mail, notes, calendar, word processing. Any thoughts to share? THANKS!

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Currently using Maximizer Enterprise

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You could try <a href=”http://www.opencrx.org/”>OpenCRX</a> or <a href=”http://civicrm.org/”>CiviCRM</a>

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  • TomLiotta
    I have no idea what your environment is like, so I'll just suggest SugarCRM. It's a pretty decent open source CRM that can be downloaded from the SourceForge project or from a more focused SugarForge site. Google for [sugar crm] for as many links as you'll ever need. Tom
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  • AndreaF
    You might find this to be a great resource in your search I would really like to hear what you decide on, and why - hope you'll keep us posted!
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  • Darryl61
    Attention Andrea F: Many thanks for the useful web page describing 'the top open-source solutions'! My thinking is that they are all a bit too sophisticated for us!! Do you, or does anyone, have a suggestion for a program that will give us: Company, Contacts, Address, e-mail, faxing, calendar and faxing capabilities with an area to store documents (e-mail and fax exchanges) and notes? Simplicity rules!! THANKS!
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  • AndreaF
    Hmmmm....except for the faxing, it sounds like Outlook could do the majority of what you are wanting. Sorry the link wasn't more helpful - if the specific programs others mentioned give you a basic solution to your needs, I would appreciate learning which you chose - and why. Thanks :-)
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  • Meghanbkelly
    Hi, you might also find our Open source CRM tutorial to be helpful. Thanks, Meghan Kelly Associate Editor for SearchCRM.com
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