Running any business can be like taking a journey through unknown territory. Getting lost is a very real possibility.
That’s why the accolades we receive here at Teamgate are the signposts reminding us that at least we’re going in the right direction.
The latest of these welcome signposts comes from the software industry review leader – Software Advice – who have placed Teamgate CRM firmly in their FrontRunners Quadrant for 2018.
To put it simply, this means that they – the Experts – are convinced that Teamgate is one of the top products in the worldwide CRM market.
With a Capability score of 4.85 out of 5 and a User-recommended score of 4.65 out of 5, Teamgate landed #2 on the small vendors’ quadrant.
Making a success of your business is a tough journey. But, when industry peers like Software Advice think you’re doing something right, you can afford to sit back, take a moment, and realise the value of the whole team’s efforts that get you to this point on the road.
At Teamgate we’re lucky to have such a team who are collectively committed to the journey we’re undertaking.
As Liudas Šumskas,Teamgate CTO puts it:
“Nothing happens on it’s own here at Teamgate. From every line of code created, to every closed deal, it’s a collective mission towards a collective goal”.
Gartner’s quadrant FrontRunners for CRMs
The FrontRunners quadrant, powered by Gartner Methodology, provides a data-driven assessment of products in a particular software category to determine which ones offer the best capability and value for businesses. It helps business leaders to make the right decision when choosing which software to buy.
To create this quadrant, Software Advice evaluated over 315 Customer Relationship Management Management products. Only ones with the top scores for their capability and user-recommended made the quadrant.
All products that qualify as FrontRunners are top performing products in their market. The FrontRunners methodology assesses and calculates a score for products on two primary dimensions: Usability on the x-axis and User Recommended on the y-axis.
The Usability score is a weighted average of user ratings including:
- End-user ratings of one to five stars on the product’s ease of use.
- End-user ratings of one to five stars on the product’s functionality.
The User Recommended score is an overall weighted average of scores including:
- End-user ratings of one to five stars on how valuable users consider the product to be relative to its price.
- End-user ratings of one to five stars on how likely they are to recommend the product to others.
There are up to two FrontRunners graphics for each market, one Small Vendors and one Enterprise Vendors graphic. The Small Vendors graphic highlights qualifiers from smaller (by employee size) vendors, while the Enterprise Vendors graphic displays qualifiers for larger (by employee size) vendors.
FrontRunners constitute the subjective opinions of individual end-user reviews, ratings, and data applied against a documented methodology; they neither represent the views of, nor constitute an endorsement by, Software Advice or its affiliates.