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I am drupal developer from Dubai, UAE and working with Drupal since 2006. I have expertise in Drupal development, customization, module development, theme development. From last 3 years i am also focusing on Sugarcrm to integrate it with Drupal. Providing Training for drupal and sugarcrm in middle east region especially in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Thinking About SaaS Risks – Part 2: The Dangers of Non-Compliance

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In a world that’s increasingly regulated, a well-designed and tightly-integrated CRM is imperative to an organization’s compliance efforts. In the United States, regulated industries with strict mandates like financial services, healthcare, and insurance are often finding that “out of the box” cloud-based CRM systems don’t comply with regulatory requirements.

For example, financial services companies simply cannot tolerate unplanned or provider-planned downtime. Healthcare organizations must adhere to strict HIPAA compliance requirements regarding patient data.

On top of regulatory compliance, outside the United States, many countries have significantly more strict rules around the gathering and storage of customer data. After the Edward Snowden revelations, cloud-based SaaS CRM apps can also bring about regulatory compliance challenges. Some countries now prohibit hosting data on U.S. servers, or require that data is stored within national boundaries. In many cases, the most desirable solution for multinational corporations or companies in highly regulated industries is to deploy servers on-premise…

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Resolve to Extend the Value of Your CRM with These Fast, Simple Integrations

SugarCRM Blog

Your SugarCRM system is the workhorse of your sales organization. It centralizes customer data and processes, empowering users to better understand and engage with consumers –wherever they happen to be in the pipeline.

But are your users making the most of what the SugarCRM ecosystem has to offer?

Here are three simple tools to drive productivity, shorten sales cycles and improve overall CRM adoption and ROI. Before we turn the calendar to the New Year, resolve to optimize your SugarCRM deployment by adding on these fast, simple integrations:

Electronic Signature – Speed the Sales Cycle

One of the most tedious phases of the sales cycle is the seemingly endless back-and-forth around sales proposals, quotes and contracts. Typically sales agents need to email or (gasp!) fax quotes and contracts to prospects and customers – which delays the close of a sale, and adds unnecessary friction into the sales process. However, with…

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The world’s fastest growing CRM

SugarCRM is the world’s leading provider of commercial open source customer relationship management (CRM) software for companies of all sizes. As an open-source, web-based CRM solution, SugarCRM is easy to customize and adapt to your changing needs. Ideal for small and medium-sized companies, large enterprises and government organizations, Sugar can run in the cloud or on-site.

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Format Date according to User’s Date Format.

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Quite recently, I faced an issue wherein I have to push some calculated date(based on some algo) to the date field on EditView of a custom module.

My custom function calculated date in dd/mm/yyyy format but the user can have any possible date formats defined by SugarCRM.

Before pushing my calculated date i need to format this date according to user’s settings.

I came through this intelligent post from Johndope

I did little modifications in the code and hurray it solved my problem.

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Disable the Button in SugarCRM

SugarCRM Developer Dubai

Educational Info

var div = document.getElementById(“content”);
var elms = div.getElementsByTagName(“*”);

for(var i = 0, maxI = elms.length; i < maxI; ++i) {
if(elms[i].value!=’Undefined’) {
if(elms[i].value == ‘Save’) {
elms[i].style.visibility = “hidden”;
if(elms[i].value == ‘Cancel’  ) {
elms[i].style.visibility = “hidden”;
if(elms[i].value == ‘View Change Log’  ) {
elms[i].style.visibility = “hidden”;

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