Great news for SugarCRM from Down Under.
iTnews, Australia’s leading source of enterprise IT and telecoms news, just published ‘Which Clouds Play Nice‘, a 44-page technical study of the integration and extension options offered by the largest 20 software-as-a-service vendors serving the Australian enterprise market. Brett Winterford, editor of iTnews, writes that this “groundbreaking study asks a series of essential questions for any organisation considering adoption of cloud solutions offered by Atlassian, Financial Force, Google, IBM/Lotus, Microsoft, MYOB, NetSuite, Oracle, Paycycle, Quicken, RightNow, Saasu, Salesforce.com, SuccessFactors, SugarCRM, Taleo and Xero. Namely:
- Can I get my data in and out freely?
- Does it integrate natively with other systems?
- What third-party integrations are available?
- Can I write code to integrate with it?”
The ‘Which Clouds Play Nice‘ analysis has a wealth of information and is a must read for any IT decision maker, anywhere in the world, looking at implementing cloud services and more specifically cloud-based CRM services. We were humbled and pleased to learn that SugarCRM came out on top of the CRM Scorecard, when compared to salesforce, Oracle on Demand, Microsoft Dynamics, RightNow and NetSuite.
You can download this exclusive research from the iTnews portal here.