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From: Jerry Schwartz (jschwartzthe-infoshop.com)
Date: Tue Aug 12 2008 - 08:44:38 CDT
I strongly advise you to use an off-the-shelf solution. In fact, if you can
afford it you should go with a CRM vendor. They will have all kinds of
features, such as address duplication detection, that you will need.
An open-source system would only be a good alternative if it is easily
extensible and has ongoing community support.
I maintain a home-brew CRM system, and it is a never-ending source of grief.
Our sales and marketing people are always asking for very reasonable
extensions that are increasingly hard to shoe-horn in.
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>From: robert rottermann [mailto:robertredcor.ch]
>Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 6:53 AM
>To: Jason Pruim
>Subject: Re: looking for "ready made" address management
>Jason Pruim schrieb:
>> On Aug 12, 2008, at 2:30 AM, robert rottermann wrote:
>>> Hi there,
>>> I am about to create tools to maintain addresses (companies, persons,
>>> As this is probably done allredy a million times over I would like to
>>> ask if somebody could point me from where I migth download the
>>> database structure for such a feat or whether someone of you could
>>> provide me one.
>>> this would not only spare me some time and errors designing it but I
>>> migth lern some tricks of the trade.
>> Hi Robert,
>> It sounds like you are looking for a CRM... There are lots of options
>> out there (I'm assuming open source since I don't have time to check)
>> google is your friend! :)
>the problem is, that I get so many options (i tired source forge with
>propositions) that I would be happy to get some guidance ..
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