SuiteCRM Certified by Bitnami

SuiteCRM is a full-featured, free and open source Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform that was forked from the popular SugarCRM in 2013. It became popular when SugarCRM stopped supporting their open source version, and has a thriving community that has contributed a wide range of new modules and new features. Existing SugarCRM CE users will find a convenient upgrade path to SuiteCRM. SuiteCRM is an enterprise-grade alternative to proprietary CRM platforms, and it has the features that make it powerful enough for large and sophisticated sales organizations. It tracks data and pr... See more

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I couldn't use the spanish language

  • By Jorge Soto
  • on 10/08/2015

The installation process was smoothly!, but, I needed to work with spanish language, but, I didn't know wich was the reason that I couldn't set it, neither the login page nor admin panel. Unfortunately I had to terminate the instance.

Review of SuiteCRM powered by Bitnami

  • By MAS, Emissary Public "Minister Mario F. Stevenson"
  • on 05/15/2015

Review of SuiteCRM powered by Bitnami
DTS-05142015:21:30

Hello,

RE: Review of SuiteCRM powered by Bitnami

I had reviewed over 2,800 CRMs in my time and only a few actually posed worth the effort; few meaning less than 15. I found SuiteCRM interesting because of its potential. Herein, I refer to its potential because the integrated e-mail actually works! There are many Linux variant images having no e-mail functionality at all.

So as far as I see it, if this group improves the e-mail and project management functionality, this group will enter a niche with very little competition. There are platforms having been around for decades and still can't figure to add e-mail functionality to their platforms. So blame it on the lack of documentation or the lack of decent libraries; whatever the case, this group is one of the few that accomplished it and that alone is worth the credit.

I will say the group will need to adjust some of the dialog boxes and widgets for smaller screens. It appears to fit above 12". I had to shrink the browser rendering to 67% for viewing some dialog boxes. Enterprises and developers also like customizable or plain login forms, so that it gives the impression of a channel.

Thank you,

--- MMS

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