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Browser CRM

Browser CRM is a Web-based suite combining integrated email functionality with flexible and powerful CRM (customer relationship management) and collaboration tools. Browser CRM is a single, comprehensive application that is accessible from anywhere. Browser CRM logs incoming and outgoing email against the customer record to build a complete customer history along with other Browser CRM events including Opportunities, Tasks, Appointments, Memos, Documents, and custom events.

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  •  11 Feb 2008 06:51

    Release Notes: The 5.x branch is very stable and 5.002 packages a number of key changes, including user interface fixes for Internet Explorer 7 and Safari on Mac, general user interface enhancements, significant improvements to People & Company module configurations, and improvements for foreign fields, sorting, and menu based filters. The default character set is now UTF-8 and there are configuration changes to the default home page to avoid memory limit issues in some configurations. There is also an improved import script, with fixes for merging and improved memory handling for large imports.

    •  23 Aug 2007 10:39

      Release Notes: This release introduces some of the latest Web technologies to BrowserCRM, including AJAX. A new user interface improves usability.

      •  14 Dec 2006 02:23

        Release Notes: The requirement for the PHP 4.2 var_export function was removed. An Internet Explorer tabs bug was fixed in the Contact View. Messaging display improvements were made. Messages when files are not writable was improved.

        •  20 Nov 2006 21:27

          Release Notes: Import was enhanced.

          •  12 Nov 2006 17:28

            Release Notes: Enhancements to the interface, including new filter options 'All' or 'Mine' on the Desktop, which displays all viewable items that meet the desktop criteria, or only those owned by / assigned to the current user. New search functionality with a new user preference to include / exclude custom fields from searches.

            RSS Recent comments

            03 Jul 2006 20:44 edupic Thumbs up

            Amazing
            We are an International school photography company with our head office in Australia. We purchased BrowserCRM to manage our database of approximately 40,000 schools located in Australia, New Zealand, Greece, and the United Kingdom.
            I must say, the software and the browserCRM team I would rate at 10/10. The transition from ACT to BrowserCRM was a breeze.
            I wouldn't change this software for the world.... Look forward to all the new updates and additional features.
            Keep up the good work guys!!!!
            If you have any questions you would like to ask, feel free to contact me on 61 2 9505 7777 or visit us at www.edupic.com.au and send as an email.

            Kind Regards

            Jim Moustakas
            Edupic Pty Ltd
            www.edupic.com.au

            23 Aug 2003 05:12 BrowserCRM

            Multi-Lingual Version
            Thanks Jean-Luc,

            I have finished translating the english words to variables.
            BrowserCRM is now able to be easily translated into any language.

            21 Aug 2003 00:12 jldupont Thumbs up

            We're trying BrowserCRM
            Our company is evaluating BrowserCRM. We were looking for an easy to use, scalable, web-able, CRM/Contact management software at an affordable price. BrowserCRM meets our requirements.

            We look forward the localized version which should come in the next few weeks.

            24 Jun 2003 23:19 Biblo Thumbs down

            Re: GPL? Hang on...
            Doesn't include his full name just 'Grant' and tacks
            SQL-ledger on the end. That's pretty weak... No
            coctact details on the site either?? What's hiding
            here?

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