San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 14, 2012
FreeCRM.com, the world’s most popular cloud CRM with over 260,000 customers worldwide has announced today that it’s Pro Edition will now come with unlimited cloud storage for files, allowing teams to share and collaborate on documents and any media that your business needs to access anytime, from any device. Integrating CRM with corporate assets, files, invoices, quotes, plans and other documents is a huge advantage for organizations wishing to cut down on and give better solutions than email attachments and corporate file sharing solutions like Microsoft Sharepoint.
Cloud CRM combined with document and file storage helps customers organize, collaborate and distribute any file – documents, spreadsheets, 3D files, animations, videos or any other type within a simple to use online folder system that is very common in other SaaS storage solutions. Offering cloud storage is an instant value-add, making it easier for businesses to take advantage of the ease of use and simplicity of cloud storage systems integrated with CRM.
Whereas other vendors in the cloud storage space, such as Box or Dropbox offer unlimited storage packages at much higher price points (tens or hundreds of dollars per month) and without integrated CRM, SalesForce.com recently announced ChatterBox product would likely be priced at a premium for integrated storage and CRM. In contrast, FreeCRM.com will provide unlimited storage space with their Professional edition CRM priced at $14.95 per user per month.
The CRM value leader with over 260,000 customers in over 200 countries, FreeCRM.com has been recognized again and again as the clear choice for CRM that is simple, powerful, and cost effective and allows you to achieve your goal – getting and keeping more customers. Our trusted cloud CRM platform helps employees collaborate and connect easily with customers like never before and is a great alternative to Oracle, SAP, SalesForce.com or SugarCRM. Low cost, low risk and quick results are achieved with no long-term contracts in the world’s most popular CRM.