Integrating SugarCRM Just Got Easier

sugarcrm Integrating SugarCRM Just Got Easier

CRMs are the key to all businesses both big and small. Continuing its long tradition of integrating business applications, TIBCO now supports seamless integration with SugarCRM. Like other CRMs, TIBCO is familiar with the strong SugarCRM community of developers and users and listens to their needs and wants.

SugarCRM is popular because of the many benefits that companies get. Sugar is well-known for its ease of deployment and flexibility. Unlike most other CRMs, Sugar can be deployed on-premises, as a SaaS app, in your private cloud, or in any type of deployment that works for your company. Developers get complete access to the code when they download Sugar, unlike with most other CRMs. Getting complete access to the code means you get ultimate control over its configuration. In addition, Sugar often costs less than half of the other guys. Of course, no CRM is perfect, but Sugar definitely has its benefits.

How does TIBCO help you get the most out of your SugarCRM investment? Well, our integration capabilities enable you to amplify the power of Sugar up to 11. You can connect Sugar using many different tools and platforms, but none will give you the completeness of data like TIBCO. Using TIBCO you get the ability to create a 360 degree view of your customers.  With TIBCO, you get the most out of your investment in SugarCRM.

The TIBCO Cloud Integration platform won’t blow your TCO out of the water. We give you a fast, easy, flexible way to connect Sugar to all the systems inside and outside of your network and beyond. You literally can connect Sugar to any system or device, anywhere—whether it’s on-premises, in the cloud or a hybrid of both. While making sure you have money to spend on other systems.

Users can also try out SugarCRM’s free version before purchasing the pro version. The same goes for TIBCO’s integration solution. You can try it free for 30 days. To learn more, visit our SugarCRM integration page.

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