SalesGuru.com Announces that its Software is 91% Less Expensive than Salesforce.com

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In spite of the increasing popularity of hosted CRMs, most of these systems have been developed for large companies. As such, high costs have put them out of reach for many small and medium-sized businesses. Now with SalesGuru.com all that seems to have changed. SalesGuru.com has announced that their software is 91% less expensive than Salesforce.com, making it affordable for all businesses, regardless of their size.

A growing number of businesses are switching from on-site Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software to on-demand, or web-based CRM applications. This trend is hardly surprising given that web-based applications are more affordable, easy to use, have a proven ROI, can be accessed anytime, anywhere.

In spite of the increasing popularity of hosted CRMs, most of these systems have been developed for large companies. As such, high costs have put them out of reach for many small and medium-sized businesses. Now with SalesGuru.com all that seems to have changed. SalesGuru.com has announced that their software is 91% less expensive than Salesforce.com, making it affordable for all businesses, regardless of their size. A savings that’s unheard of in most industries.

How does SalesGuru.com manage to offer prices significantly lower than all other CRM companies? It’s surprisingly simple.

SalesGuru.com charges a fee per company as opposed to individual user. Other CRM applications, including Salesforce.com, Sugarcrm.com, and Salesnet.com charge on a per person basis which means that whenever a company increases the size of their sales team, their fee also increases. Businesses can be assured, on the other hand, that regardless of how many sales representatives they have, they will only pay one flat-rate at SalesGuru.com.

This is an important development adding a new level of competition in this already competitive industry. Not only will more small and medium sized businesses be able to utilize on-demand CRM software, we are also likely to see an increasing number of companies abandon on-demand services like Salesforce.com in favor of SalesGuru.com.

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