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AbilityCRM Partners with Rave Computer Association and Consona ERP to Provide an Affordable CRM Server Appliance for Small to Medium Sized Businesses

AbilityCRM, a leading CRM systems provider, based in Tempe, Arizona teams with Rave Computer Association and Consona ERP to release myCRM-Appliance, a CRM Server Appliance to help small to medium sized companies grow.

"Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is front and center for all growing companies. The market conditions mandate a different approach to increasing new business, taking care of your customers, and marketing your products and services," said James Marzola, President and CEO of AbilityCRM. "We believe companies can experience immediate benefits with this approach because it brings their customer data that matters to them, together for less."

The CRM Appliance gives customers a choice of two name brand leading mid-market CRM systems from either Microsoft Dynamics CRM or Sage SalesLogix CRM with 10-25 users. It also features the recent release of Intel's new Nehalem architecture processor and a price point between $59.00 and $89.00 per user, which includes installation, configuration, training and ongoing 24-hour system and network monitoring support.

"AbilityCRM provides our manufacturing customers with the SalesLogix and Microsoft options to meet their advanced CRM needs," said Frank O'Nell, vice president of product management for Consona ERP. "This new appliance streamlines the implementation process, and could reduce the cost of implementation and support services."

Options include the AbilityConnect integration interface for Consona Made2Manage (M2M) and Intuitive ERP systems and data import / conversion for ACT!, salesforce.com, or GoldMine.

"Having two respected software partners like AbilityCRM and Consona further solidifies Rave's presence in the ISV appliance market," said Joe Borowicz, CFO of Rave Computer. "This is a win, win for everyone."

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