FrontRange Solutions Sells One Millionth CRM License
Updated · Jul 23, 2001
With e-business longevity few and far between, one million customers can be quite an achievement. Customer relationship management (CRM) applications provider, FrontRange Solutions Inc., recently celebrated this distinction with one million combined licenses of its HEAT® and GoldMine® products being sold.
GoldMine solutions partner, Thought.Velocity, sold the one-millionth license to Global Management Systems, Inc. (GMSI). GMSI, a GoldMine CRM software user since 1999, recently purchased a 25-user GoldMine Sales and Marketing license putting FrontRange over the one million customer mark. FrontRange solutions partner, Thought.Velocity, has nine years of experience installing and supporting GoldMine software. The company provides qualified professional services including analysis, installation, customization, training and support.
“FrontRange celebrates this milestone with our solutions partner Thought.Velocity,” said Michele Shannon vice president and general manager, Americas. “Success has always come through close cooperation with our channel partners, who bring exceptional value and expertise to FrontRange.
“We appreciate being recognized by FrontRange Solutions. More importantly, selling the one-millionth license reinforces that our clients appreciate the value of GoldMine software as a powerful CRM solution,” said Thomas W. Crafton, CEO/Founder, of Thought.Velocity.
FrontRange’s product offerings include the sales and marketing solution GoldMine; service and support solution, Heat; and Maetro Commerce, and e-business solution. Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo. with offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Australia, and Singapore, FrontRange provides help desk, sales force automation, knowledge management, CRM and e-commerce solutions. Worldwide customers include Shell Oil, Coca-Cola, Chevron, Prudential Securities, Lucent, The Weather Channel, Mack Truck, Turner News Network, Toshiba, Smith Barney, McKesson, Electricite de France, US Navy, Blue Diamond Nut Growers, West Virginia University, Goodwill Industries, City of Des Moines, Ricoh Silicon Valley and Bechtel Power.