Really Simple Systems Announces a Major New CRM Release Targeting the SMB Market

Really Simple Systems has unveiled the CRM Version 5 featuring ‘drag and drop’ customization, a global search bar, easy data move and merge options

Really Simple Systems, the award-winning CRM vendor, has launched a new release of its popular cloud-based CRM. The new ‘Version 5’ is a total re-write of the CRM, delivering a dramatic step forward in usability, targeting the SMB market.

Responding to customer feedback, Really Simple Systems has developed this new release to build upon their reputation for ease of use and customer support. The CRM Version 5 includes new intuitive features such as ‘drag and drop’ customisation, a global search bar, easy data move and merge options, and pull-out support drawers on each page.

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Really Simple Systems Addressing the Immediate Needs of SMBs

The new CRM Version 5 from Really Simple Systems is a complete rewrite from the ground up that moves the system away from Microsoft to open source technology. With a clean, user-friendly interface, the new version reinforces the company’s philosophy of ‘taking complex applications and making them simple to use, and affordable’.

The Really Simple Systems CRM Version 5 is now available to new and current customers.

John Paterson, Really Simple Systems CEO, said, “Unlike some CRM vendors, we haven’t created a cut down version of something more complex. Really Simple Systems is directly addressing the needs of small businesses with a CRM that’s quick and easy to use, yet has all the sales and marketing functionality needed.”

Really Simple Systems CRM
Really Simple Systems CRM Version 5_Welcome Dashboard

Paterson added, “Our CRM Version 5 offers features and functionality you might expect from a much larger vendor at a price you would not.”

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Helen Armour
Helen Armour, Marketing Manager at Really Simple Systems

Helen Armour, Marketing Manager at Really Simple Systems, said, “Despite the new development, Really Simple Systems is keen to stress that its differential is still in its customer service. We have also put a lot of effort into developing our support tools alongside the CRM. We have new self-help tools within the product with links directly to our Customer Support Hub. Importantly, the information has been written by our Sales and Marketing team so it’s easy to follow and understand.”

Analytics Reporting
Really Simple Systems CRM Version 5 Analytics Reporting

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