Open source CRM software provider, SugarCRM (News
) has announced its hosting SugarCon 2009 in February at The Palace Hotel in San Francisco, California as a celebration of the successes shared by its global customers, partners and developers.
The conference, which runs for three days, includes visionary, business and technical sessions as well as evening entertainment for conference attendees interested in open source and cloud computing.
Following the success of their first conference back in 2007, this year will highlight the four years of successes as well as move them into the new year.
"SugarCon is a celebration of all the SugarCRM community has accomplished in four years as well as a kickoff for the coming year," said John Roberts (News
), CEO of SugarCRM. "Whether you are a customer, partner, develop, administrator or just interested in learning more about open source and cloud computing, we invite you to spend three high-impact days with us."
Keynotes at the event will focus on the future of technology and the economy, and will include a solution showcase, best practices for deployment, in-depth technical topics, and more.
Earlier this year, SugarCRM announced
the availability of Sugar 5.1. The latest offering includes an improved mobile user interface and support for more modules.
that, since its founding four years ago, Sugar Community Edition and its related components have been downloaded over 5 million times. SugarCRM's user base consists of over 400,000 users on 50,000 installations in 195 countries.
Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering VoIP, CRM, call center and wireless technologies. To read more of Stefania’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi