Loopfuse just announced its integration with CentricCRM. The demand generation revolution is almost in full swing.
CentricCRM will be moving key functionality to an OSI-approved license next week, bending to pressure (both positive and negative) from the open source community. This move is good for CentricCRM and good for open source. Here's why.
Open source is not up to each individual to define. It's up to the community, and the community has traditionally delivered its verdict on licenses through the OSI. CentricCRM has given no good reasons for this to change.
Linux seller bands with open-source allies to sell wide range of server software on the Red Hat Exchange.