BrainSell Announces First Boston CRM Event Comparing and SugarCRM 7

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This Boston-based CRM event will showcase a live and unbiased comparison of and SugarCRM 7. This event is for high level decision makers looking to see which CRM system best meets their company’s individual needs - attendance is free.

Boston CRM Event: vs. SugarCRM

Boston CRM Event: vs. SugarCRM

The event is a free opportunity for decision makers to see a live and unbiased review of Salesforce and SugarCRM to decide which platform is the best fit for their company.

BrainSell Technologies, a business consultancy firm specializing in CRM, ERP and Marketing Automation software, announced the date of their live Boston CRM Event comparing and SugarCRM 7. This event is targeted towards companies looking to choose a CRM system to best fit their individual needs. BrainSell will be hosting this free event on October 30th, 2013 at the Burlington Hilton Garden Inn, tickets are available here.

"We are excited about our live CRM shootout,” said Jim Ward, President and CEO of BrainSell Technologies. “The event is a free opportunity for decision makers to see a live and unbiased review of Salesforce and SugarCRM to decide which platform is the best fit for their company.” The Boston CRM event will showcase the transformative power of both Salesforce and SugarCRM 7 as catalysts to sales growth and customer satisfaction.

Ric Palmer, Salesforce Practice Manager will be going head to head with Kevin Cook, SugarCRM Practice Manager for BrainSell Technologies and respectively they will be going through the day in the life of an end user in both and SugarCRM 7. Both presenters will be highlighting the differences and similarities between the two solutions and addressing questions from attendees as they come up.

The Boston CRM Event: vs. SugarCRM 7 is an opportunity for high level decision makers looking for CRM software to see an unbiased shootout of these two popular CRM solutions and have the ability to ask questions of industry experts. Also in attendance at the Boston CRM Event are five third party vendors: Net-Results Marketing Automation, Avalon, Acumatica, Dun and Bradstreet and Implicit Inc.

Attendees will see and hear first-hand how to leverage the latest cloud, social, and mobile technologies so they can rapidly deploy CRM for everyone to engage every user in customer success. Attendees will have the chance to see third party integrations into both products that range from QuickBooks integrations to Marketing Automation and Customer Service applications. Attendees will learn from the leading CRM experts and business consultants how to equip any customer-facing professional with the relevant information and tools they need to effectively collaborate and engage with their customer, both within and beyond the enterprise.

This Boston CRM Event: vs SugarCRM 7 hosted by BrainSell Technologies will be held October 30th, 2013 at The Hilton Garden Inn, in Burlington Massachusetts, attendance is free but spaces are limited, interested parties are encouraged to register right away.

Boston CRM Event 2013: vs SugarCRM 7 attendees can expect to:

  •     See a live side by side comparison of and SugarCRM 7
  •     Discover third party integrations to both CRM solutions
  •     Learn how to sell smarter by leveraging the power of the collective enterprise to accelerate and close business
  •     Gain practical, hands-on advice on successful customer engagement and customer data management from and SugarCRM experts

For more information on the Boston CRM Event: vs SugarCRM 7, please visit the event web site. To register for the event, visit the registration page. To visit the blog post on this, click here.

About BrainSell

BrainSell is a business solutions company that is dedicated to helping businesses grow, create a delighted customer base and achieve grand success. BrainSell represents both and SugarCRM. Founded in 1994 and headquartered in Topsfield, Massachusetts, BrainSell continues to grow in product knowledge and offerings. Visit to start improving sales and productivity today.

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