RedHen CRM is an open source CRM build natively in Drupal 7.x Check out the project page on Drupal.org to download the code and contribute to development, documentation, and QA via the ticket queue: http://drupal.org/project/redhen. We also have a series of blog posts that dive deeper into RedHen's features, architecture, and code.
This group has been created to track requirements and document features - as well as to build community around the project.
Hello, I would love to volunteer to help with this group. I have limited developer experience, but am learning now. I have a Master's of Project Management also. Please let me know if there is anything that I can do to help?
(Excuse the cross-post. It looks like the discussion is moving to the "CRM" group - but that migration might take some time.)
Just wanted to toss out that ThinkShout's been working on two modules that might be interesting to folks looking at native CRM in Drupal 7.Read more
Are any of you CRM gurus attending the Oct 14 PNW Summit meeting? I'm surprised to not see any proposed sessions related to CRM development/integration.
I'm involved in CRM integration for churches/nonprofits, initially using CiviCRM but want to hear from the voice of experience and see a comparison of strengths/weaknesses of the upcoming solutions (Red Hen, dropCRM, churches CRM, etc) vs established ones like CiviCRM. As a newcomer to the CRM discussion, I'm looking for a bird's eye view of what's happening.
Any chance of a meetup in Portland? Will CiviCRM have a presence?Read more
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First off, it's very exciting to see this project. This has seemed like a glaring omission in the Drupal wheelhouse for a long time. For the project I'm currently developing, we've wanted a lightweight CRM system tightly integrated with Drupal from the beginning, so until this point we've been either had the option of using CiviCRM or building out something else that meets our needs.Read more
Hi everyone :)
Great to see some new interest in building a Drupal-native CRM.
Have you seen the work that was done at DC Copenhagen on an API spec? You can find it in this group: http://groups.drupal.org/crm-api
I look forward to finding out more about the project!
I'm really excited about this project. This is exactly what's been needed for Drupal for a while -- something that can really be directly apart of Drupal, with the ability to expand it as needed or keep it simple.
Most of all right now, I'm eager to get something like this installed on our site. So, do the Maintainers have any idea of when this might be ready for at least alpha or beta release?Read more
At the DrupalCon Chicago RedHen BOF we discussed the importance of incorporating "engagement scores" in the CRM - particularly when leveraging the CRM for nonprofit and e-advocacy campaigns.
Below are some initial thoughts from Jeremy John at EchoDitto:
Existing engagement score modules like Userpoints make pretty deep assumptions that the objects being acted upon are Drupal users.
So, we have a choice. Either patch Userpoints to allow for interaction with Contacts, or allow the integration of Contacts with Users, that is, map Contact to User.Read more