Helen Armour

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  • Xerocon Melbourne

    We’re at Xerocon Melbourne!

    We’re exhibiting at Xerocon Melbourne on 13 – 14 August 2015! Xerocon Melbourne is the Xero accounting software user conference and the biggest event of its kind in Australia. Xerocon gives delegates the opportunity to immerse themselves in inspiring content, the latest tech and networking opportunities like no other! Our Oz team, Simon Hubbard and Ashley Whitear, […]

  • CRM8.2

    Opportunity History now standard

    Our customers have had the ability to record the changes made to an Opportunity for some time now, as an option on our Enterprise Edition. We’ve even blogged about it in the article 5 Features you might not know about. However, by the time people realise that they want it, normally because they want to see […]

  • Customer Survey Report 2015

    Customer Survey Report 2015

    92% of Customers would recommend our CRM The American author Harper Lee is quoted as saying “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view”. At Really Simple Systems, understanding our customers’ point of view is fundamental to our business model – and providing a channel for them to express […]

  • Xero Add-on Logo

    Xero integration goes live

    Really Simple Systems is pleased to announce that its Xero integration has now gone live. The online accounting software, Xero, is now available as standard in all versions of our CRM system, including the Free plan. The Really Simple Systems and Xero integration allows users to create and update customers directly from the CRM system into […]

  • CustomerSurvey2

    2015 Customer Survey

    We’ve all heard the corny phrase “to assume is to make an ‘ass’ out of ‘u’ and ‘me’” and yet still many businesses commonly make assumptions of who their customers are and what they want. Whilst instinct and “gut feel” have their place, they fall a long way short in providing knowledge of your customers […]

  • Using role-based email addresses for email marketing

    What’s in a name?

    We have been using email in its current form, through the internet, since 1993. How time flies! Although at first email was seen as a novelty and was mostly used to communicate socially, it was quickly adopted by the business world. Using email to has become the communication method of choice and the low cost […]

  • The Business Case for Cloud Computing

    We’re speaking at Intellect UK’s offices in Russell Square, London WC1B 5EE in a seminar entitled “The Business Case for Cloud Computing” on 15 March 2012. As well as us there will be independent analysts and customers talking about their experiences with online applications. If you want to know what all the fuss is about […]