What is vTiger?
vTiger happens to be an open–source Customer Relationship Management (CRM) app, that can assist you organize and improve your company’s sales, advertising and service duties. By assisting you to enhance the customer experience, the tool will allow you to improve product sales volumes and to increase your business.
vTiger™ is a registered trademark of Vtiger Systems India Private Limited and shares no connection with 1MB Corporation.
vTiger–Optimized Linux Cloud Web Hosting Services
With the vTiger Linux cloud web hosting solution, you have your own CRM (Customer relationship management) application deployed in a moment. All you need to do is pick vTiger from the web application drop–down navigation menu located on the sign–up form and we will install your vTiger copy while configuring your account. In this way you can start automating your crucial company chores just after the signup procedure is completed.
Every single vTiger Linux cloud web hosting pack is configured for you completely free and features a 99.9% server uptime warranty. We offer a 24x7 support service, and if you are dissatisfied with its quality, you can make use of the 30–day money–back guarantee.
A Point & Click Website Control Panel
Our vTiger Linux cloud web hosting plans are provided with a convenient Website Control Panel, that was entirely created by us. It is readily available in as many as ten different languages and colors, allowing you to entirely change it towards your particular needs. The Control Panel comes with a point–and–click interface with a myriad of software instruments, which will offer you total command over your Internet presence.
Inside the Control Panel there is also a drag–and–drop File Manager where your vTiger files are going to be saved, a Database Manager for your databases, as well as a feature–rich Email Account Manager from where you can handle all of your mailboxes. Also, we’ve included a comprehensive statistics tool, which will supply real–time specifics of the site visitors movement as well as the consumption of resources.