Group-Office 6.0.31



Group-Office is an enterprise CRM and groupware tool. Share projects, calendars, files and e-mail online with co-workers and clients. Easy to use and fully customizable.

Group-Office is the perfect application for hosting companies, corporate environments or large Intranets.

Webmasters can add or remove modules based on project requirements, customizing the system to suit needed features for any kind of business venture or type.
While the professional version of Group-Office might seem really enticing, the free version is still a lot better than most of the free CRM alternatives today.


Free features:


  • Client manager
  • Billing app
  • Project manager
  • Data synchronization
  • File sharing
  • Calendar organizer
  • Task scheduler
  • E-mail utility
  • Personal notes
  • Address book
  • Newsletters utility
  • Mobile platform support
  • Cross-browser tested
  • Extendable via add-ons


Professional version features:


  • Helpdesk access
  • Time tracking utility
  • Mobile sync
  • Advanced projects management
  • Document editing


More Info

price: 399.00 $

developed by: Merijn Schering
license type: Other Free / Open Source License
operating system(s): Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris


Get Group Office

You can download Group-Office and install it on your own server or you can sign up for the cloud version hosted at Intermesh. You can also checkout the demo.

What is CRM?

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What is CRM?

CRM or Customer Relationship Management is an upright concept or strategy help enterprise manage customer relationships in an organized way . It  used to learn more about customers' needs and behaviors in order to develop stronger relationships with them. For example, an enterprise might build a database about its customers that described relationships in sufficient detail so that management, salespeople, people providing service, and perhaps the customer directly could access information, match customer needs with product plans and offerings, remind customers of service requirements, know what other products a customer had purchased, and so forth.

CRM  involves using technology to organize, automate, and synchronize business processes—principally sales activities, but also those for marketing, customer service, and technical support . There are many technological components to CRM, but thinking about CRM in primarily technological terms is a mistake. The more useful way to think about CRM is as a strategic process that will help you better understand your customers’ needs and how you can meet those needs and enhance your bottom line at the same time. This strategy depends on bringing together lots of pieces of information about customers and market trends so you can sell and market your products and services more effectively.

The goal of CRM

The idea of CRM is that it helps businesses use technology and human resources to gain insight into the behavior of customers and the value of those customers. With an effective CRM strategy, a business can increase revenues by:
Helping an enterprise to enable its marketing departments to identify and target their best customers, manage marketing campaigns and generate quality leads for the sales team.
Assisting the organization to improve telesales, account, and sales management by optimizing information shared by multiple employees, and streamlining existing processes (for example, taking orders using mobile devices)
Allowing the formation of individualized relationships with customers, with the aim of improving customer satisfaction and maximizing profits; identifying the most profitable customers and providing them the highest level of service.
Providing employees with the information and processes necessary to know their customers, understand and identify customer needs and effectively build relationships between the company, its customer base, and distribution partners.

How much does CRM cost?

A hosted sales automation application can cost between $65 and $150 a month for a basic sales automation package. If you want more sophisticated functionality and a greater level of support, you pay a lot more. An enterprise on-premise CRM package can cost anywhere between several thousand to several millions of dollars, depending again on how many functions you purchase and how many computers or “seats” have access to the software. For instance, one company or department might purchase an email marketing management application or a salesforce automation application, while a larger firm might want to purchase an integrated package that includes a database as well as applications for marketing, sales and customer service and support (via call centers and online). Obviously, the integrated software package is much more expensive.