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Posted on 2011-09-08
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I need to redevelop my Agency Contact Database.   I was thinking about using a third party one to do most of the work and then extending the development to meet my specific needs.    

I need a specific table structure though for contacts (Below)  Is there any Customizable CRM software out there that has this or can take this structure.

Like this

Organisation1
       Site1
             Contact1
             Contact2
             Contact3
       Site2
             Contact4
             Contact5
             Contact6
Organisation2
       Site3
             Contact7
             Contact8
             Contact9
       Site4
             Contact11
             Contact12
             Contact13

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM can do this. It has an account/contact structure that could map to yours like this:

Account 1 (Organisation 1)
   SubAccount (Site1)
     Contact
   SubAccount 2 (Site 2)
     Contact

etc.

 
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