CRM Gamified: Zurmo Open Source CRM to Release Beta in May

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Zurmo, a new Open Source CRM alternative, has announced the project will officially release a beta version later this month. With built in CRM gamification techniques and a cutting edge user interface designed by Theresa Neil, Zurmo is committed to engaging end users at every level. The application is now tablet ready and will soon be compatible with mobile devices. The software is written in PHP and utilizes jQuery, the Yii Framework, and RedBeanPHP. Robust stability is achieved through the zealous use of a Test Driven Development methodology.

“The Zurmo project has really taken off with developers and programmers rallying around the project worldwide. Due to its open source nature and clean code, developers are using Zurmo as a base for building customized, robust database solutions,” states Zurmo Co-founder and Lead Architect Jason Green. “With a world-class user interface and gamification foundation, we are also set to build a CRM that end users will be delighted to use,” continues Green.

About Zurmo Open Source CRM
Zurmo is an Open Source CRM alternative that is mobile, social, and gamified. A test-driven methodology has been utilized for building every part of the application. This means you can create and maintain a custom-built CRM system with the assurance that future updates are not going to break your installation. Learn more, download, and demo at Get involved with the project through the Forums and view the Calendar of upcoming events including Developer Learning Sessions and live demos.

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