For many people their first extensive use of a cloud service that was not email was Skype or Dropbox. So it’s natural that a many small companies depend on these consumer-facing services for their operations. At first glance, it seems like no big deal to conscript a consumer service into the business world, but there are several side effects which Bitrix24 eliminates while providing a superior service.
In this blog post the main idea of the Business Processes module is explained. Here you can also find a brief tutorial on creating a simple sequential business process for document approval that can be used in the Document Library in Bitrix24.
We encourage you to try our Bitrix24 before purchasing a commercial license key. There are two options to choose from: Bitrix24 Free Cloud Version - more suitable for end-users for general product overview, and Bitrix24 30-Day Trial Version - preferred by advanced intranet users and IT-Department staff who would like to investigate the extensive customization and integration possibilities of the product more thoroughly.
To activate your 30-day trial in the cloud version of Bitrix24, simply navigate to:
Your Bitrix24 --> Settings --> License --> Demo mode --> Activate
*You can start developing your intranet/extranet solution in-house using a trial package of Bitrix24 Self-Hosted version. It can be evaluated for 30 days, and during the evaluation period it is also possible to buy a license key and continue working with the product as a commercial customer without losing any data or wasting any time with a new product installation. Tags: 30-day, bitrix24, cloud, free, in-house, intranet, self-hosted, test, trial
Converting a lead to a Contact represents a point in the relationship with the (potential) client that puts them in a category beyond the rather impersonal status of ‘lead’, or the point at which the client is made the responsibility of a manager rather than an associate, etc. In many cases, this is when the lead makes a purchase or signs a contract.