[tpm] CRM for small business or personal use?

Dave Doyle dave.s.doyle at gmail.com
Tue Jul 23 12:47:44 PDT 2013

I think SugarCRM is the big open source one:

They hide their "community" version well though.

You can also get a free Highrise account (from the makers of basecamp):

(Look under the three plans and you'll see a VERY small link to the free
version that maxes out at 250 contacts)

That being said, having now worked on two proprietary CRM's: They're all
heavy interfaces. All of 'em.

dave.s.doyle at gmail.com

On 23 July 2013 15:19, J. Bobby Lopez <jbl at jbldata.com> wrote:

>  I'm looking at some CRM solutions for personal use, as I'm trying to find
> a way to keep track of multiple contacts and leads, along with next actions
> associated with them.
> I came across Fat Free CRM ( http://www.fatfreecrm.com/).  Looks
> feature-full, but the interface seems a bit heavy.
> Of course it's crossed my mind to write my own (very simple) one to
> leverage jQuery auto-complete functionality, etc. in order to make input as
> fast and out-of-the-way as possible.
> If you know of any CRM-ish tools that helps you keep track of people, and
> how you interact with them, I'd love to hear about them.
> -Bobby
> -- https://www.jbldata.com/
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