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In a new white paper release Softwarefit helps small to medium sized businesses identify the right questions to ask before choosing customer relationship management software, part three of their CRM Software Review research paper series.

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We wrote this paper as a reaction to the hundreds of people we speak to every day looking for software, who really have no idea where to start - and those who made poor and expensive decisions based on lack of knowledge.

Softwarefit, a business helping companies choose CRM software with end-user CRM software reviews, introduced a new comparison white paper on the '10 Questions To Ask Before Buying CRM.' This new paper is designed to help small to medium sized businesses identify what questions they should answer before making risky software investments. This is the third paper released by Softwarefit in their series of CRM comparison and rescue papers. Softwarefit’s most popular CRM software review paper is Salesforce vs SugarCRM which is also complimentary to visitors.

“We wrote this paper as a reaction to the hundreds of people we speak to every day looking for software, who really have no idea where to start,” said Anna Banks, lead software analyst for She continued to say, “We find many companies don’t know where to start in their search, but those that make the best software choices are often the ones who are more prepared and understand what their specific needs are – it narrows down the choices significantly.”

One of the biggest draws to CRM software today is the massive amount of time saved by having a centralized data hub. Aside from providing a companywide hub of information, CRM exists as a place where all customer data can be kept alongside existing marketing campaigns, customer support, and lead information. Now, with wide spread mobile application, not only is this information readily available on-premise but can be easily accessed from any location on mobile devices.

This white paper outlines ten questions companies should be able to answer before investing in expensive software, such as outlining budgets, deployment methods, specific departmental needs and the down and dirty functionality every business wants in CRM software. This paper is especially useful for small to mid-sized business owners who have more important things to focus on than struggling on choosing new software. Softwarefit offers complimentary CRM software review papers to all visitors, and provides their clients with first class unbiased support about which technology to choose.

Softwarefit builds software comparison white papers from a neutral standpoint, seeking to highlight all the pros and cons of individual solutions on their merits with an un-biased approach. The site delivers a catalog of comprehensive business software reviews for small, mid and enterprise sized companies. Softwarefit provides business people from around the world with a consultative, unbiased approach to the software selection process. is packed with reviews of premier CRM software, ERP software and marketing automation software like, Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Microsoft Great Plains, SAP, SugarCRM, HubSpot, Pardot, SalesFUSION, Net-Results, QuickBooks, Acumatica, SageCRM, Eloqua, SalesLogix, Oracle CRM On Demand, ACT!, and InBOX25.

To see other informative white papers that help in the software selection process you can visit the resource center of the site. Visitors to can submit amazon style star reviews with their own comments of the products listed on the site - these reviews create an open source of discussion for current and future software users.

About Softwarefit
Softwarefit is a technology consulting firm with business software specialists, analysts and engineers who have over 100 years combined experience. Specializing in the development of CRM, ERP and marketing automation, Softwarefit offers free consulting, for the leading business solutions in today’s market. A history of providing real business results with CRM, ERP and marketing automation enterprises, Softwarefit is based in Boston, Massachusetts and serves companies from diverse industries.

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