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Here at Zenatta and on the CRM Zen Show, we spend most of our waking hours using, installing, integrating, and customizing Zoho Applications. And we are often asked, "Should I use this Zoho App?". So here are our recommendations. Check back often as Zoho is constantly improving their products, and a No today could be a Yes tomorrow.
Zenatta Consulting's yes rating

Yes

Best in Class or Near Best in Class for its Category. Bottom line: The application is a winner.

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Zenatta Consulting's maybe rating

Maybe

Not best in class, but still exceptional products. Most have everything your business needs, but some may be missing a few features similar products offer.

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Zenatta Consulting's not quite yet rating

Not Quite Yet

We find these products are missing some core functionality features to fully recommend them for use. Most of these are very close to being a Yes or Maybe.

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Billy

Senior Web Developer

Billy is a Wordpress Developer with an eye for design. His knowledge will help our company website and client sites meet their goals. Billy and his young family have just moved to Ashland Oregon, and are looking forward to exploring the area’s amazing beer, wine, and food. He also has a passion for synthesizers and drum machines.

Lucas Sant'Anna

Senior Developer

With a background in Operations Research and Data Analysis, Lucas is a Brazilian programmer that likes to get stuff done quickly and reliably. In previous jobs, he implemented industrial job scheduling, fleet management and detailed long-haul route optimization – among other data-driven processes – to reach objectives of increased profit and reduced wasted resources. His goal is to make Zoho fully automated and with more meaningful data for spot-on decisions.

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