BrowserCRM Ltd. Launches New CRM Small Business Edition

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October 11, 2004 - Wellington, NZ. BrowserCRM, Ltd. today announced the release of BrowserCRM Small Business Edition for Linux and Windows.

Grant Wattie, President and VP of Sales and Marketing for BrowserCRM said, "Our new price point of $299 for 5 users for the in-house deployment product and $9.99 per user per month for our on demand solution provides unbeatable functionality for the price and an almost immediate ROI.”

BrowserCRM Small Business Edition is the entry level version of BrowserCRM retaining much of the powerful functionality of BrowserCRM Professional but without email and accounting functionality.

The new product is available at an attractive price point with the aim of making CRM and Groupware affordable for any business regardless of size. BrowserCRM Small Business Edition is also available with source code and new Web Modular Application Toolkit for those who want to treat it as a basis for custom development.

BrowserCRM Ltd is pleased to offer Partners and OEM's the BrowserCRM Small Business Edition as an OEM/Private label CRM Edition offering. BrowserCRM's new on-demand ASP and OEM bundling model provides unlimited opportunities for existing and new partners, to sell, implement, own-brand, or otherwise add value to the BrowserCRM solution.

Check it out at http://www.browsercrm.com/partners.php

About BrowserCRM, Ltd.

BrowserCRM Limited is a privately held company based in Wellington, New Zealand, dedicated to offering value in the CRM space. By building on the open source platform of Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP and focusing on generic solutions the company is able to position the BrowserCRM product at a price-point which is attractive to small and medium businesses.

The company is increasingly making use of the new WebMAT™, Web Modular Application Toolkit to produce custom and branded solutions for clients and partners.

http://www.browsercrm.com

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