X2Engine CRM, a new Open Source Customer Relationship Management startup, releases email campaigns for sales professionals
X2Engine today announced the general availability of X2EngineCRM, a next generation, open source CRM system. Founded in 2011 by CRM software entrepreneur and SugarCRM co-founder John Roberts, X2Engine CRM has been installed on over 2,500 public and private cloud servers across 110 countries within the last six months.
“Today’s CRM systems have become so bloated with features they are almost impossible to use effectively,” said John Roberts. “With this latest release of X2EngineCRM, sales professionals can easily add unique tags to customer and account records, allowing them to quickly send out emails to targeted groups. It puts the power of a full marketing campaign management system into the hands of sales representatives, and frees marketing to work on more strategic campaigns.”
Customer Relationship Management(CRM) software has evolved over the years, and today there is an almost dizzying selection of capabilities, technologies, and pricing. CRM complexity and poor usability limit the value provided to companies, while restricting their return on investment. Too often, CRM systems become bogged down with features and capabilities, making them complex, costly to run, and difficult to use. We started X2Engine to reinvent CRM and provide an open, modern, more effective alternative.
X2Engine CRM Key Features:
Web and Facebook Lead Capture Forms
Lead Nurturing, Scoring and Intelligent Routing
Contact Activity Management
Sales Process Workflow Engine
Product and Sales Quotes
User Profile Pages and Activity Streams
Field Security, Roles and Sales Teams
Visual Form Editor for Admins
iPad and Mobile Device Apps
New Santa Cruz, Headquarters
X2Engine Inc. is headquartered in beautiful Santa Cruz, California, a short 40 minute drive from San Francisco International Airport. We really enjoy meeting users whenever possible and encourage you to visit our offices when you find yourself in the San Francisco bay area.
X2Engine on Twitter