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We are a service company. Whether it is a CRM system for a company of 5 or 500, we want to provide you a system that adds value to your business. We live by the adage of Better... Cheaper... Faster...
At Profiling Solutions, we pride ourselves in providing top-notch support. When you call us, you are speaking with a consutlant who knows your system, not an account manager who passes on a question.
Many organizations have a professional sales team to market their products. At Profiling Solutions, the first people you meet are the consultants who will work with you.
Profiling Solutions is a top SugarCRM Partner in Atlanta, Georgia and Mobile, Alabama. We’re a 2011 SugarCRM MVP Partner and Open+ Developer Partners, servicing the entire U.S., with emphasis in the SouthEast. We offer SugarCRM modules (for paid editions and Community Edition), SugarCRM training and custom SugarCRM development.
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Profiling Solutions built its reputation in CRM and Business Analytics with Sages Saleslogix software. SLX is an award-winning CRM solution with more than 300,000 users at 8,500 companies worldwide and is a leading CRM solution for small to medium-sized businesses and divisions of larger enterprises. Profiling Solutions offers Saleslogix Bundles and Training
SugarCRM, the world’s fastest-growing customer relationship management (CRM) company, today announced the winners of the company’s Annual Global Partner Awards Program at SugarCon 2012, the company’s annual customer, user and partner conference. Partners from North America, EMEA, Latin America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand were recognized for their successful growth and new customer acquisition and retention in 2011. […] Read the rest »
Profiling Solutions is proud to announce that we will be a contributing sponsor at Cabbagetown’s premier chili cook-off this Friday: November 5 at Cabbagetown Park. Just so you know what to expect today, a typical Chomp Festival includes a romp through Cabbagetown, described as an easy, flat, 5K followed up with beer for breakfast for […] Read the rest »
Today Profiling Solutions joins the SugarCRM Open+ Partner Developer Program, a SugarCRM initiative to recognize and reward partners that demonstrate knowledge of the SugarCRM code base and dedication to the community. Profiling has been a SugarCRM Gold Partner for 18 months, performing consulting services selling SugarCRM. Over the past several months, with the hire of […] Read the rest »
A Quick comparison of value in regards to the growing SugarCRM vs. SalesForce.com debate: SugarCRM salesforce.com Sugar Mobile is more flexible Upgrade to the next level to unlock more features and value Open, common language (PHP) Proprietary language (force.com) No limitations or hidden fees Arbitrary limitations and hidden fees Sugar Professional has more features than […] Read the rest »
Recent Blog Entries
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I recently uncovered what’s probably a bug with the SugarCRM Quick-Create Email window. You may or may not know that these Quick Create windows can typically be re-sized to allow more room for typing, and it’s especially helpful for emails. There’s a teeny-tiny indicator in the bottom-right corner to indicate that you can click & […] Read the rest »
Over the past few weeks, SugarCRM has been upgrading SugarCRM OnDemand instances. In many cases, you have been upgraded or you will be in the near future. The most common side effects of these upgrades is data not presenting correctly and AJAX errors. If you see these errors or something else strange, the resolution is […] Read the rest »
A quirk of users find with SugarCRM Activities and History items is that, by default, they automatically relate to an Account instead of a Contact. This makes reporting on the number of calls to a given Account easier, but for a heavily B2C-type business this doesn’t make sense. You called the person you’re calling. Instead, […] Read the rest »
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