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SCRM Basics: Twitter, Why and How

A few years ago, when I worked over in San Francisco, I would occasionally  commute using the “casual car pool” system – in other words, at a designated congregation point, I’d get into a vehicle with a total stranger so that person could save bridge toll and I could save bus money.  It was less … Continue reading

An InsideView Look at SugarCon and Sales Intelligence

Last week was the annual SugarCRM Customer & Developer Conference called SugarCon. InsideView made a big announcement related to all SugarCRM users being preloaded with sales intelligence. The partnership comes at a time when sales people are overwhelmed with an explosion of data that leaves them spending more time searching for information and less time … Continue reading

Search Versus Find, There is a Difference

While at the VRM+CRM conference a few weeks ago someone (my apologies I cannot remember who) did a nice job talking for a just a few minutes about the difference between ‘Searching’ and ‘Finding’. I have never really given it much thought, but there is a rather large distinction here. Wait, it must be Wednesday, … Continue reading

Transparency Is A Characteristic, Not A Goal

I have been witnessing some strange things lately, not sure if you have noticed it too. For one, it is nearly 95 degrees outside, and I live in northern Vermont. I am not used to the heat; however the heat wave might be having a impact, making people do strange things. The strangeness I am … Continue reading

Social Identity Tracking – Beyond “Googling”

A lot of us here at SugarCRM have been following the social media craze from different angles. Some are following with great interest, some with enthusiasm, and others with a touch of practical skepticism. I think I may fall into all camps. We had an email discussion around some new social media tools over the … Continue reading