Open Source SugarCRM consultancy opens London office

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SalesAgility, the leading SugarCRM Community Edition consultancy, today announced further expansion with the opening of a new office in London.

We have witnessed dramatic growth of the Community Edition version of SugarCRM over the last two years. We believe this growth will continue and we look forward to delivering a high quality service to SugarCRM CE users in London and the South East.

The new office in Covent Garden, which will formally begin operations in July, will be managed by Celia McMillan, who is highly experienced in CRM project management.

The office will provide SugarCRM Community Edition users with specialist consultancy services for planning, design and execution of SugarCRM Community Edition implementations in the South East of England.

SalesAgility’s expertise is in delivering competitive advantage from the Community Edition of SugarCRM. The company offers technical consultancy such as front-end advice on new technologies, SugarCRM viability studies, SugarCRM requirements gathering, execution of SugarCRM projects, SugarCRM hosting and support. Investigating operational problems is also covered by SalesAgility’s remit.

SalesAgility’s client profile spans diverse market sectors including agriculture, government, manufacturing, software development, distribution, healthcare, leisure, real estate, not for profit, business services, timber & forestry, accountancy, legal, technology, solar, entertainment, security and membership/events. Clients in these sectors include governments, large enterprises and SMBs.

SalesAgility's Managing Director, Greg Soper, said: “We have witnessed dramatic growth in the adoption of the Open Source Community Edition version of SugarCRM over the last two years. We believe this growth will continue and we look forward to delivering a high quality service to SugarCRM Community Edition users in London and the South East to complement our existing operations in Manchester and Scotland.”

He explained: “Our decision to set up in London was driven by three factors. First, there is no scaled, knowledgeable, experienced consultancy in London that's focused on the Community Edition of SugarCRM. All the existing consultants seek to upsell to the proprietary editions of SugarCRM (Professional, Enterprise etc.) and do not understand how to exploit Community Edition and the ecosystem to its full potential.

Second, many organisations are becoming more knowledgeable about the benefits of Open Source and increasingly keen to use Open Source software as their preferred solution.

Third, we have a sizeable client base in London and the South East already. Having an office will enhance our ability to service their requirements more rapidly and responsively.”

“SalesAgility has a strategic objective to considerably increase our footprint in the South East,” said Soper. “Our key goals for the first year are threefold. Win more SugarCRM Community Edition contracts, providing development or consultancy services. Engage and develop SalesAgility talent to undertake the work we do. And show a profit.”

Summarising long term objectives, Mr Soper said: “Ultimately, SalesAgility’s main goal in London is to be the number one preferred consultancy in our field. We have been encouraged to commit to London and we have obeyed the call. We can now bring the expertise we are renowned for to the South East at competitive prices.”

SalesAgility's London office will be at 53 Chandos Place, Covent Garden, London WC2N 4HS.

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SalesAgility is an Open Source SugarCRM software development and consulting practice based in Stirling and Manchester. We design and deliver SugarCRM projects internationally and have clients in USA, China, France, Germany, Australia, Iceland and the UK.

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For pictures or more information, please contact:

Greg Soper,
CEO
SalesAgility Ltd
Albert House,
4 Albert Place,
Stirling FK8 2QL,
UK

Tel.: +44 1786 585 499
http://www.salesagility.com
greg(dot)soper(dot)salesagility(dot)com

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