|Quality, Affordable Contact Management System?|
Quality, Affordable Contact Management System?
| 10:48 pm on Mar 14, 2004 (gmt 0)|
I just discovered webmasterworld last week and am finding it to be a great resource. I look forward to getting my site to profitability and contributing to the community!
I run an online marketplace that allows any of our suppliers to list for free and anyone to search for product for free.
We've built the marketplace by emailing suppliers and letting them know about us. Generally, one out of every ten suppliers we email will list.
We are also finding that a good number of additional suppliers will get back to us and express some interest but want our site to meet certain goals before they will list (e.g. Alexa rating, amount of product listed, etc..). I would like to be able to categorize each of these prospects by state, their response type, and the type of widget they manufacture.
I would also like the system to be able to send a personalized email to each supplier based on the criteria we choose. For example, an email to each of the manufactures of widget 1 in Wisconsin who said they were holding off until our Alexa rating hit a new level before they would list to let them know our Alexa rating is up.
Do any of you know of a package that can do all of this?
| 10:07 pm on Mar 16, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Nobody has replied here. Is that because there are no quality, affordable contact management systems?
| 11:15 pm on Mar 16, 2004 (gmt 0)|
go to opensourcecms dot com
they have a whole bunch of GREAT free ones
I use mambo 4.5 from mamboserver dot com
its free, great, awesome, great community....
| 1:53 am on Mar 17, 2004 (gmt 0)|
RAHBoston welcome to WebmasterWorld.
zulufox it's Contact management he's looking for, not Content management. I've been watching this thread because I've been looking for something similar.
| 2:23 pm on Mar 17, 2004 (gmt 0)|
I think the thread you 2 are looking for is here: [webmasterworld.com...]
| 8:42 pm on Mar 20, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Thanks a lot! I think we are going to go with it!
| 4:47 pm on Mar 22, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Zope with CMF and Plone (Zope is the application server, CMF is Content Management Framework, and Plone is an application suite built off Zope and CMF).
Since there is no linking, just google them (or add .org).