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Software // Information Management Surpasses 16,000 Companies and Continues Growth

Company maintains its market leadership position as the largest on-demand provider of CRM software solutions.

Having surpassed 16,000 companies, maintains its market leadership position as the largest on-demand provider of CRM software solutions. Free CRM has grown at a rapid pace and has become the market leader in terms of number of customers. At, users get powerful, multi-user sales force automation tools with workflow, email marketing, call automation, document management and other features.

With this continued success, is extending its SalesForce Migration Program through June 2005; will convert's customer's data as a no-fee service for customers subscribing to the Professional Edition of At $9.95 per month per user, the Professional Edition competes feature-by-feature with, alleviating the pricing pain felt by so many of customers. offers unlimited data storage and XML data integration, an on-premises licensing option, and the flexibility to bring the application in-house with CRM ASP's licensing, a one-time purchase. With an easy migration path from GoldMine, Act, SalesForce, Siebel On-Demand, and SugarCRM, is positioning itself as a low-cost alternative to those systems. has also launched its Affiliate Program, offering 20% recurring revenue possibilities over the lifetime of all customers referred to the Professional Edition product. This unique program allows VARs, ISPs, sales force consulting groups, and everyone else to benefit from referring business provided by a monthly subscription service, with a lifetime 20% recurring commission model.

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