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Sweet taste of success as BusApps claims top SugarCRM award

22 Jun 2016

New Zealand’s Business Applications and Integration has taken out SugarCRM’s Accelerated Growth Award for the ANZ region

The award was presented at SugarCon in San Francisco last week, where more than 40 partners from around the world were honoured for their business performance and innovation, while 10 were recognised for their 10-year relationships with the vendor.

Clint Oram, SugarCRM co-founder and chief marketing officer, says partners play a vital role in expanding the vendor’s global reach with strategic CRM consulting, tailored solutions that complement Sugar, techniques for CRM best practices and flexible implementation and integration services.

Business Applications and Integration – BusApps – has offices in Auckland, Wellington, Queenstown and Brisbane and specialises in delivering CRM solutions.

A SugarCRM platinum partner, BusApps is the software integration and wintel infrastructure arm of OSS (Open Systems Specialists) Group, with clients including AssureQuality, Spinning Planet, Plant and Food Research, Lockwood and Airways.

Squiz was named Channel Leader for Australia New Zealand at the awards and also picked up the Customer Loyalty Award.

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