eVerge Group Launches ReadyExpress Accelerated CRM on Demand Solution
June 12, 2009
eVerge Group has announced the launch of their ReadyExpress accelerated CRM On Demand solution.
Company officials said that ReadyExpress combines eVerge Group's knowledge, experience, and expertise with the power of Oracle (News
) CRM On Demand to enable organizations to become fully operational in as little as four weeks.
eVerge Group is an integrator of business applications software, focused on delivering enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), and business intelligence (BI), master data management (MDM), incentive compensation (ICM) and enterprise content management (ECM) solutions.
The company offers three ReadyExpress options that allow companies to tailor an implementation to their specific needs, such as the number of users and the complexity of their usage.
Each option comes with a pre-defined statement of work and implementation schedule, standard reports and a fixed implementation cost.
This, officials said allows companies to reduce the implementation time, complexity and the risk associated with their CRM system implementation.
The ReadyExpress offering is built on eVerge Group's experience as both an implementer and user of Oracle's CRM On Demand.
"The ReadyExpress solution design is based on 10 years of CRM implementation experience, as well as our experience as a CRM On Demand user," said Esteban Neely, president of eVerge Group.
Neely said that this streamlined implementation approach makes Oracle CRM accessible to companies that previously wouldn't have considered it within their reach.
Back in May, eVerge Group had announced that it was awarded Certified Advantage Partner (CAP) status by Oracle. This partner status is the highest level of membership recognized within the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) and is awarded to fewer than 5 percent of Oracle’s nearly 20,000 partners. CAP status was granted in recognition of eVerge Group’s level of expertise, customer satisfaction and history of successful Oracle software implementations.
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Edited by Stefania Viscusi