“We have two huge requests all the time at Softwarefit,” said Jackson Lane. “One is to deliver honest software quotes, the other, to deliver integration details so that first-time adopters can grasp how this software is going to propel their businesses."
Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 23, 2014
In an effort to break the cycle of confusing figures and outrageous quotes from enterprise-level business software companies, comparison site Softwarefit.com is introducing a new concept in how quotes for CRM and ERP products are delivered. CRM and ERP usage has grown considerably among all levels of business over the past 20 years, and Softwarefit fills a void in the industry for objective quotes.
The breakthrough estimating engine applies to all major brands of CRM (Salesforce, SugarCRM, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, etc.) as well as ERP software (Quickbooks, Microsoft Dynamics and Sage), and comes as a welcome tool, especially for first-time adopters of CRM and ERP products, who can be confused when purchasing and even more confused when integrating their new software with existing systems.
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Softwarefit is also offering quotes on system integration, as combining CRM and ERP is common practice among growing businesses.
“We have two huge requests all the time at Softwarefit,” said Jackson Lane, marketing director at Softwarefit. “One is to deliver honest software quotes, the other, to deliver integration details and figures so that first-time adopters can really grasp how this software is going to propel their businesses.”
Softwarefit provides up to three quotes on these popular CRM suites:
- Sage CRM
- Infor CRM
- Act! CRM
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM
In addition, they are providing up to three quotes for these popular ERP tools:
- QuickBooks Enterprise
- Microsoft Dynamics GP
- Sage 50, 100, 300, 500 and X3 ERP
Softwarefit knows that price is only part of selecting a software system. Lane explains that finding the CRM that fits an individual customer’s needs will always outweigh the costs, but pricing is a good start.
“We don’t want to run around touting a free CRM that will work for everyone,” explained Lane. “Customer’s needs always come first, then price.”
Some new CRMs — such as HubSpot CRM, advertise a free price tag, but reading between the lines, HubSpot CRM is only free when already enrolled with a subscription to their marketing automation platform.
To explore Softwarefit’s pricing model or get CRM or ERP software quotes for yourself, visit this link: