Good non cloud based CRM needed, windows

Looking for a good basic contact manager. 39 people to use. Cannot be cloud based. What do you use?

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Mike LazarusAct! Evangelist - CRM ConsultantCommented:
Have you had a look at Act!?
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
I would start by looking at something like either SugarCRM or vTiger

Both can be used in a cloud form and paid for as a service or you can download and install your own local copy from SourceForge. Both are OpenSource products.
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GMGeniusCommented:
While there are free versions, and ACT is cheap, you can also consider Goldmine from Frontrange

Very powerfull and has an API you can use to build your own apps to integrate with it too.

I have used it for many many years and I am also a GoldMine pro
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