Celframe gives away ‘software stimulus’ prizes

Celframe, the developer of Celframe Office 2008, an alternative to Microsoft Office and other business related software, is showing the latest version of the product at this year’s GITEX.

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By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 22, 2009

Celframe, the developer of Celframe Office 2008, an alternative to Microsoft Office and other business related software, is showing the latest version of the product at this year’s GITEX.

The company’s stand also features the  latest release of its CRM-related solution, Celframe CRM 2008. The company is also promoting a worldwide give away of its software for up to 20,000 free business customers.

Eliena Raj, Vice President of Celframe says: “The world economy, which is currently heading towards recession in most major countries, has brought many small to medium companies to reconsider purchasing software and hardware that would help the company with their business.

“Currently Microsoft Office Standard 2007 is being sold for $400 and if a company is planning to buy just one application as in just Microsoft Word, they would need to purchase it for $230, not to forget the hardware upgrade they have to undertake. Enterprise-class CRM can cost anywhere upwards of $20.000. Understanding this, Celframe Office Small business Edition 2008 and Celframe CRM 2008 is being offered free for up to 20.000 companies.”

Celframe Office will work on PC’s with processors as low as Intel Pentium 3 so no hardware upgrade is needed, and its CRM is web based and can work anywhere. Interested companies can email Cellframe at free-office@celframe to claim their free copy.

Celframe is also launching two enterprise products Celframe CRM 2.0 and Celframe Ookey for the Middle Eastern Market at GITEX.

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