Global Slowdown Boosts Free CRM Packages

London, United Kingdom, October 26, 2008 --(, a leading provider of free sales process CRM software, today announced that it has signed up 76 new corporate clients in its first month of operation. These customers originated from 28 different countries, and the key sectors were: media, IT, telecoms and finance. Of especial note is the fact that the average time from registration to completed set up was just 1 hour 30 minutes. These customers appear to have been attracted to SalesPush's free basic edition, which is both easy to use and 100% cost free. CEO Mark Donkin said:

"Of course we are delighted with the global response to SalesPush thus far. The rate of take up has exceeded our expectations when we launched the product. It seems that the economic slowdown is really having an impact on corporate spending decisions. Our conception of SalesPush as a free to use, simple and effective CRM system has clearly struck a chord with a lot of IT and Sales Directors all over the world."

"Most SMEs, in particular, are paying too much for CRM systems that are often simply not adopted by large segments of the workforce. We think that free to use systems like are striking a cord because they add value immediately without the need for costly consultants and the paraphernalia which come which more complex products."


Contact: Mark Donkin at and +44 07734 256709

About is a free CRM software product which enables sales-based organisations to more effectively manage and control their sales processes. Although headquartered in the UK, has offices in the US and Asia. CEO Mark Donkin is a former Oracle executive with more than a decade of experience either using or building sales CRM systems. The company is backed by UK-based private venture capital group Aspiration Capital Management LLP.
Jeremy Howard