Month by month, week by week, day by day we are working on making Qobrix better and better. Last week wasn’t an exception. Here are the links to the release notes of the four versions we pushed out:
The work continues this week, with more features and improvements coming your way. Stay tuned and have a great week!
Last week was pretty busy. We have worked on a number of things, most of which didn’t make it into a new version yet. However, we did manage to release a total of 3 versions, with Qobrix v28.5.0 bringing quite a few changes and improvements. Here are the releases from the last week:
As always, there are some exciting things in the making, which will be announced in due course.
Last week was pretty active. We have pushed on all fronts – client projects, new major platform features, fixes and improvements, and more. We have released a total of 8 versions, which makes last week one of the most active in the past few months. Here are the releases for more information:
As always, not everything we have worked on got to the releasable state, so a few bits are still in the pipeline and are scheduled for release this week.
The work on Qobrix platform started to pick up again last week. We have pushed out a total of 5 releases, including a major one:
The release of the above versions brought improvements to the user interface, performance, and stability of the system. As always, there is more in the pipelines, so stay tuned.
Last week the office was even slower than the previous one. Public holidays, annual leave, and traditional summer heat don’t help the productivity. With most people taking time off to enjoy the warm days, the sea, and their families, we didn’t push out any Qobrix releases. But the work continued, albeit at a slower pace. We are preparing for a major release early this week. Most of the underlying components have already been tagged with new versions and are being integrated into the platform now. There’s a lot coming, so stay tuned.
We have also poured some work into the website – quiet a few styling improvements, some search engine optimization, and improvements to the navigation. You might have seen the breadcrumbs navigation on some of the deeper-hidden pages of the site, like those inside the Knowledge Base.
August is traditionally a slow month in our office, with a lot of people taking vacations and recharging their batteries. Last week started that trend for this year’s slow down. But we still managed to do some work. We were mostly focused on the client projects and on our new website, which now has almost all product pages completed. We have also released a total of three versions last week, with improvements all over the system:
There were also some exciting news. Our effort in building a CRM solution has been recognized by the Finance Online, which rewarded Qobrix with “Rising Star 2017 Award” and “Great User Experience 2017 Award“. Read more about it in this blog post.
FinancesOnline, the respected and reliable analytical review platform in the international B2B market has done a thorough review of our Qobrix platform and has honoured Qobo with the following awards:
Rising Star – 2017 Award
Great User Experience – 2017 Award
Here are some excerpts from the review:
Qobrix CRM products deliver a string of advantages for your business. Its CRM platform is highly adaptable that you can wrap it around your business processes and not change your workflows to make the software work. The platform is very customizable from the ground up, offering the flexibility you need to quickly utilize and maximize your CRM tools so you can advance your business.
With its modular construction and flexible pricing options, Qobrix is one of the most cost-effective CRM systems in the market today. You don’t have to pay for off-the-shelf functionalities and tools you don’t need. On top of that, Qobrix pricing scheme is not based per user, which is highly cost efficient for small startups and expanding businesses with a growing user base.
The Rising Star Award is given to newcomers in the international software cloud market, and Qobrix received the award for already getting good traction with customers and for being viewed as a service that’s really efficient despite its young age.
The Great User Experience Award was granted to Qobrix for its very friendly user experience and the ease with which new users could start working with the product and how well-designed our interface and features were in facilitating a customer’s specific processes.
We’re honoured and excited that FinancesOnline has recognised our very hard work with these awards and would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to them. With a number of enticing roadmap development items for our Qobrix CRM platform, we’re hoping to keep ahead of the curve in the world of CRM Systems.
As mentioned previously, we were pushing out some large feature upgrades. Last week we released a total of four versions, which brought two of the most requested bits of functionality – import from the CSV files, and more advanced search, where fields of related modules could be used as filtering criteria. Read more about these and other changes in the release notes:
As always, more to come this week!
We were planning to release a couple of large features last week, but that didn’t happen yet. They are almost ready, but need a few more hours for testing and polish. We are pretty sure they will come out this week. We did release a total of three versions, which were all patches and fixes:
Stay tuned for more!
We have also spent some more time on tweaking and improving the website. You’ll see more content in the Knowledge Base, improved secondary navigation (especially for product pages), and a variety of styling fixes for headers, fonts, and spacing.
Last week we pushed out a total of four releases, including a major one:
There are a few more things almost ready in the pipeline, that we’ll be releasing this week.
Also, we are continuously working on the new Qobrix website. Last week we have finished back-posting all Release Notes. There are still some improvements needed, like more detailed descriptions, and more screenshots all over, but at least each release page now has an appropriate title, a summary, and the list of updated components. We have also started working on the product sections of the site, especially those for Real Estates and Forex Solutions. It’ll probably take us a few more weeks to polish those.