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Maximizer CRM (single user) replacement?

I'm retired and have used Maximizer (PC based) for 20+ years. I'd like to replace it with a cloud-based program without spending any (or much) money. I really like the structure of company/client that it provides without any duplication of data or effort. I don't need in-depth reporting, lead tracking, funnel or pipeline management, collaboration, or anything complex. Just keeping track of companies/individuals, their user-defined fields and notes. It would be great if there was an import map already created. Comments and suggestions greatly appreciated. Bob

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I lived in the same city that they had an office.
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Migrate to a new CRM

Any client have SurgarCRM CE, and this End Of Life, can be migrate to any new solition freeware?

Thank's

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Maximizer appears to not be at end of life.

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