SugarCRM finds its way to Safari

SugarCRM now fully supports the Safari browser.

I was really pleased to see SugarCRM announce that its latest release (5.1) now fully supports the Apple Safari browser. When my company first started using SugarCRM I was still using Safari, but SugarCRM worked poorly in Safari. With 5.1, Mac users should have a better experience.

Of course, SugarCRM works great on Firefox, so it's not as if Mac users have been crippled from getting the most from SugarCRM. But this makes SugarCRM that much sweeter. (I see that my IT administrator upgraded us to 5.1 this morning, so I'll give it a spin with Safari and will let you know if I run into problems.)

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