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LinuxPR: PostgreSQL, Inc. Releases SePICK v1.0 (BETA) at COMDEX

Nov 16, 2000, 15:41 (1 Talkback[s])

"Three months ahead of schedule, PostgreSQL, Inc. announces the Bet a release of its much-anticipated Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution for eBusinesses. This release of our Small Enterprise Professional Information and Contact Knowledgebase (SePICK) was developed for Media Brokers International (MBI) of Atlanta. This application offers small businesses an open source, scalable and easily customized CRM that is Web and Wireless capable, and supports multiple sites and multiple users without additional licensing, hardware, or server applications. If your business has Web access, your CRM alternative is ready now."

"SePICK is the result of the work by PostgreSQL, Inc.'s Canadian, U.S., and Russian teams of developers and partners, and is built on the PostgreSQL object-based Relational Database Management System (ORDBMS), the 'World's most advanced open source database'."

"Many small companies face staggering costs and complications as their businesses grow in number of employees and locations. SePICK offers these enterprises with a fully scalable solution at a low entry cost, and without licensing costs for the application itself or for new operating and web server software. See it live at the Westcoast Interchange Booth (P761)."

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