Companies around the world rely on technology to enable and enhance their business operations and deliver on their business strategies. The annual InfoWorld Bossie Awards recognise the best business-oriented open source software products around.
SuiteCRM are delighted to be included in this esteemed list of organisations by retaining its title of The Best of Open Source Applications
for CRM for the second year running.
With the recent release of a new UI, transforming the look and feel of the application and with the introduction of new features and enhancements, this award stands testament to SuiteCRM’s ambition to drive, innovate and extend its open source application.
Doug Dineley, Executive Editor, of InfoWorld commented “InfoWorld’s 2016 Bossie Award winners show that open source continues to lead the way in every corner of computing. Among our 72 winners you’ll find not just the best open source projects, but the best software period. These are the tools that are changing the way companies build applications, operate their datacenters, and run their businesses.”
The Bossies best open source application CRM crown had previously been dominated by Sugar CRM, however as they now concentrate all their efforts on their commercial proprietary editions, SuiteCRM have taken over the responsibility for driving innovation within the open source CRM solutions marketplace.
Greg Soper CEO SalesAgility who are the authors of SuiteCRM commented “I’m delighted that SuiteCRM has won the BOSSIE for the world’s best open source CRM for the second year running. The credit for this goes to the great team of Engineers and Architects at SalesAgililty and to the community of users and developers who engage so readily with the project. We have ambitious plans for SuiteCRM for the next 24 months and we’d love to make it a hat-trick of BOSSIES in 2017.”
SuiteCRM is an open source, enterprise ready CRM solution freely available to download, distribute and modify. Its aspirations are to further establish itself as a major global player within the CRM marketplace by going head to head with some of the largest corporate machines in the world. It has already establish a loyal and dedicated English and German community forum with plans to extend coverage to more languages over the next year.