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SugarCRM releases new version

Customer relationship management software provider SugarCRM has released the latest version of its CRM solution, 7.9.

The new version includes a redesigned quote management feature that is claimed to be "easy to use, quick to deploy, flexible enough to configure for individual needs and extensible enough to integrate seamlessly into complex enterprise environments".

Added are features like drag-and-drop line-item reordering; “click-to-group” which allows users to add and group line items easily; and new capabilities to export quotes so sales reps can easily display pricing options.

Users can now more easily edit and revise pricing options while negotiations are continuing with customers.

“Sugar 7.9 provides a wealth of new features to ensure that companies of any size can exploit the fundamental values of CRM,” said Rich Green, chief product officer.

“With this release, we are focusing on innovating in the core CRM features that matter the most to sales and support professionals.”

A free trial of the software can be downloaded from here.

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