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I am using a free CRM system. Do you have any experience with CRM? Can you recommend some in Outlook?

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Re: CRM

Since you are using a CRM system already, why is it important if I have experience with CRM.
And why do you need some (other?) CRM in Outlook (Outlook isn't free!) if you already have one?

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Free CRM

Free CRM I have at the moment has limited capacity. I am not very happy with it anyway. I would like to try some free CRM integrated with Outlook and then I can buy it if I am happy with the solution.

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Re: CRM

You keep being unclear.

In https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/free-crm/#post-afa3da4c-527b-445e-8003-f60fc6459eba you wrote "My friend recommended CRM in Outlook, which I use. "
And now you say you're not very happy with it and want another one. Can you explain?

Did you already discuss the situation with your friend? Anyway, it shows that accepting a friends advice without looking into it and forming your own opinion is not always a good thing to do.
Selecting the right software for your company can take a long time.

Post was last edited on September 16, 2019 6:08 AM PDT

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ROFL!

We had a joke thread once as a sticky, this reminded me.

Member:
You told me I should repair my computer one way, but my friend says I should do it another way, his way. What should I do?

Moderator: By all means, do what your friend said. It will make him feel good, and you deserve it.

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Free CRM

I am just asking for other users' experience. Is anything wrong with it?

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Re: friend

Don't you like the joke? It's not applicable to your situation, of course.

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Free CRM

I do not need to discuss it with any friend. I am just asking for other users' experience. Is anything wrong with it?

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Re: discuss

Nothing wrong with a discussion about CRM.

My experience is with a SAP CRM system for a company with a millions of customers.
It needed a lot of programming to function as we needed, also for the links with other parts of the ERP system and external systems. And we don't even use it for e-mail, because we do that from another system, linked to our datawarehose.
So I thought it wouldn't be interesting for you.

Anyway, it seems that your primary purpose is to promote a specific CRM program, and that's not allowed.

Post was last edited on September 23, 2019 6:18 AM PDT

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Free CRM

We are a small size company with 7 people and do not actually need ERP. Primarily we need contact, marketing and project management.
I am not going to promote anybody. However you are mentioning SAP. So what is happenning here?

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