Media


Welcome to our Media CRM-Map page!

We are going to be regular posters so check out our various Blogs that will have content that will interest you and be useful for your company/ organization.

Company

Accede began creating software in 1984, primarily for the Australian business market. Since the late 1980’s Accede, has been working with clients internationally, creating unique business databases.

CRM-Map has come about by us both listening to our individual clients about what they and their businesses needed from their CRM systems.

We’re passionate about Design Thinking where you develop procedures, processes and products from the users point of view, needs, wants and requirements rather than the organisation/ suppliers view, needs, wants, requirements and of course budget.

The Australian Federal Government has assisted Accede with its Research and Development since 2013, and it is due to this support that CRM-Map has been able to be developed.

Our commitment to the Aussie ‘Fair Go’ has impacted on CRM Map as this revolutionary CRM tool allows businesses/organisations to truly compete in this highly competitive business world.

CRM-Map

Australia

Address: PO Box 155, Kent Town, South Australia  5071

Media Contact Number: +61 8 8363 5699

Media Contact Email: sales@crm-map.com

 Partnerships

We are extremely proud that CRM-Map has been awarded official partner fundraising status for the Royal Society of the Blind (RSB) www.rsb.org.au

Meet the Co Founders of CRM-Map

Cate Schafing “I have been an innovator in IT since 1982 and specialise in developing high level Software and Databases for businesses.I’m passionate about business and believe that IT should bring Efficiency, Effectiveness and Value”

Laurie Bilby ” I’ve held a variety of sales and business development & lending roles over my 30 years plus finance career. I’ve been extremely proud and very lucky to be involved with business throughout my career and have had the opportunity to support, coach and mentor different types of businesses/ organizations when they were in that critical phase of starting up”