Numbers don’t lie: SugarCRM’s momentum continues to build

chrisbucholtz —  February 25, 2013 — Leave a comment

The numbers for 2012 are in, and they revealed that SugarCRM isn’t just maintaining its momentum –it’s picking up steam. Off a remarkable 2011, SugarCRM showed total revenue growth of 60 percent over the previous year, subscriber seats doubled in number and annual recurring revenue in the enterprise space leaped by 250 percent.

That last figure is one of the things that makes Sugar such an interesting CRM platform. Enormous companies find that it scales to suit their needs – in fact, a major multinational technology and consulting corporation went live with the first 7,000 seats of a 69,000-seat company wide deployment in the third quarter. At the same time, SugarCRM continues to gain smaller companies as customers at a blistering rate.

Reaching those smaller customers and enabling them to take advantage of Sugar’s flexibility depends on our 400 reseller partners. In Q4 2012, Sugar welcomed 21 partners, making 130 new partners added in 2012 serving customer of all sizes.

Sugar also boosted its technology partnership efforts in 2012. In Q4 2012, SugarCRM expanded its relationship with Box, and announce a new partnership with DocuSign to help users close deals more quickly by automating the signature and contract tracking process. Sugar also announced integrations in Q4 with VMWare, Act-On Software, Next Principles, Alteva, Lucid Imagination, Entrinsik and many more.

Want the entire scoop on SugarCRM’s outstanding year and evolving set of partnerships? Check out the full press release here.

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