New Editions, Pricing for SmartCompany CRM Apps

Monthly subscriptions, offered on per-user basis, intended to lower costs while increasing flexibility for small, midsize enterprises









  • SmartCompany Solo — the original one-user contact management solution. Available free to single users, SmartCompany Solo includes a contact manager, calendar/to-do list and activity history;


  • SmartCompany Sales (formerly SmartCompany Startup) — a team selling product that offers the contact management capability of SmartCompany Solo plus sales pipeline management, prospect/sales aging, reports, forecasts and more.

    SmartCompany Sales, which is still priced at $995 per year for five users (each additional user is $199), now offers a monthly subscription alternative of $19.95 per user per month, with unlimited user subscriptions available;


  • SmartCompany Corporate (formerly SmartCompany Professional) — includes all the features of SmartCompany Sales as well as order tracking, project management and document sharing. SmartCompany Corporate also provides tracking of booked orders, including invoicing, payments, line items, commissions (with splits among multiple sales reps if desired), and gross and net profit on a per-order basis.

    SmartCompany Corporate supports the bundling of multiple opportunities and/or orders into projects to facilitate team selling. Won opportunities can be converted to booked orders at the click of a button, and any number of computer files, such as Word documents, Excel spreadsheets or PDF's, can be uploaded and attached to individual SmartCompany data elements or saved into a shared document library for access by all system users.

    In addition to its existing subscription fee of $1,995 per year for five users (each additional user is $399), SmartCompany Corporate can now be purchased for just $39.95 per user per month with unlimited user subscriptions available.






For more information on solutions for mid-market enterprises, see "Stuck in the Middle" in the April/May 2004 issue of Supply & Demand Chain Executive.

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