Overland Park, KS (PressExposure) November 08, 2007 -- The obesity epidemic rages on and costs billions of dollars annually; one company is trying to put a stop to the obesity - in software at least. LogicBright CRM is fighting the software obesity war (SOW) by providing small businesses with a faster, lighter contact and lead management system that will save them money.
"Most enterprise software is too complex and expensive to be useful to a small business," explained Steve Schmidt, president of LogicBright. He promises that LogicBright is an easier way for small businesses to organize their data. "We trimmed a little fat here and there, and what we have is simply a better solution for small businesses."
Since LogicBright CRM is software as a service (SaaS) it doesn't require small businesses to fork over large amounts of money on computer hardware to run it. It is 100% web based and is filled with only the features small businesses have requested.
Still in Beta, LogicBright has attracted several partners that plan on offering it as a service to their customers. One of these partners, All Pro Networks out of Mundelein, IL has been supplying networking and PC support to individuals and small businesses for over 15 years. They plan on offering LogicBright CRM to help their client's complete sales and organize their sales activities.
LogicBright CRM is focused on helping small businesses achieve their sales goals efficiently and effectively. According to technology market analysts at Forrester, the CRM market is set to hit nearly $74 billion in sales in 2007. CRM is an emerging market for small businesses.