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OSSCube: Building Smarter Solutions for Smart Customers

Pankaj Kundwani
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Pankaj Kundwani
When a leading worldwide news publication approached OSSCube to upgrade and manage their existing CRM subscription system, they had no way of knowing that their approach to doing business was about to transform.

Presented with the challenge of modernizing an outdated and cumbersome subscription system, OSSCube took an entirely different approach- they started from scratch with an open source CRM solution created by SugarCRM. Excited about the challenge, OSSCube developers set to work creating a platform capable of effectively managing the publication's entire digital subscription bank. The final product used a fraction of the designated budget, and took just nine months. The result: decision-makers were so impressed with the flexibility and scalability provided by Sugar CRM that they replaced their legacy system- all for the quality delivered in just a short time working with the OSSCube team.

If it wasn't already clear that open source is the way of the future, it should be now. With hundreds of successful projects and well-known clients, OSSCube is leading the movement, and proving itself along the way. Through the use of innovative technologies like big data & cloud platforms, OSSCube is bringing open source to the mainstream; using only best-of-breed software, and creating a reputation of excellence in the meantime.

The Transformer -from Client to Superhero

In today's market, customers are smart enough to understand the need to lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of their business tools; lengthy production cycles and high overhead costs are no longer an option. OSSCube upholds a strong commitment to increasing customer ROI by lowering TCO, and speeding up time to market. Through the use of expert developers and scalable resources, OSSCube helps boost productivity, while providing businesses with full control of the size and scope of their development team.


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