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We’re happy to announce that YetiForce has recently received two more awards. This time our system has been appreciated by the experts from FinancesOnline - one of the most popular review platforms for B2B, SaaS and financial solutions.

Published in YetiForce
Monday, 11 June 2018 16:22

What is CRM?

You need a strategy to run your business if you want your company to survive in the market. However, in order to implement the strategy effectively, tools are necessary to help stick to the plan. These tools include CRM systems. CRMs have been accompanying businesses since the 80’s of the last century, but they became more popular in the 90's. Interestingly, at the beginning they only had to organize information about customers, it was simply a digitized version of a business card case. Over time, they have evolved into the form we know today - systems for comprehensive customer relationship management. Find out exactly what CRM is and how you can use it in your organization.

Published in CRM
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Three years ago, we decided (together with a group of people) to create our own product that would not only be open but also unique and exceptional in our market. In fact, we started building the product for the Polish market, as well as for companies around the world, and that meant competing with companies such as Microsoft, Salesforce, Oracle, SugarCRM, and thousands of other companies with far larger budgets for marketing than we had for the entire company!

Published in YetiForce
Tuesday, 12 September 2017 07:12

Full disclosure of open source CRM systems

Our company introduces the principle of full disclosure for security bugs in open CRM systems. This will also apply to our company, which means that if an external audit company discovers any vulnerabilities, we will announce the details of every vulnerability and this information will be accessible to all. We believe that this approach will enforce appropriate practices not only among producers but also among providers and customers who need to follow appropriate security procedures. Times, when everyone pretends that their system has no security flaws, are slowly passing and if producers still remain passive in the implementation of appropriate practices, it will be noticeable from week to week. 

Published in Open Source