A number of companies are trying to feed off the corporate detritus left by the Entellium mess.
So far this week, I’ve seen two three press releases from companies looking to pick up Entellium’s customers following wire fraud charges last week for the Seattle company’s top two executives.
Here’s how one started from Vancouver, B.C.-based Maximizer Software:
Help is on the way for small and medium-sized businesses affected by Entellium’s recent news of corporate turmoil. Maximizer Software (CA:MAX: news, chart, profile) , a leading provider of simple, accessible customer relationship management (CRM) solutions, is offering Entellium customers 25 percent savings on its newly released Maximizer CRM 10.5 for businesses that may be concerned about the security of their customer data.
And here’s the other from Redwood City, Calif.-based EnterpriseWizard:
EnterpriseWizard Inc., the leading provider of adaptive, codeless CRM solutions for B2B organizations, today announced that it is offering Entellium customers a free upgrade to EnterpriseWizard CRM and transfer of their data.
And here’s another from Murray Hill, New Jersey-based iEnterprises which writes that it is “pleased to offer Entellium users an immediate and promotional upgrade to Empower CRM.”
That follows news last week that Salesboom.com also was targeting Entellium’s customer base.
– John Cook, email@example.com