CRMRUS, LLC is a subsidiary of LMR International, Inc., a corporation dedicated to the development of CRM software for the last 26 years and counting.
Not only our dedication is complete but our approach to solving problems is unique in the industry
Lorenzo Rodriguez is the president of LMR International, Inc and main developer of Contact Your Client.
“I have designed this suite of four CRM products to be more powerful than similar applications without sacrificing ease of use. It might not be the coolest CRM, but certainly, in my opinion, it the most useful tool that any business could have in their arsenal to conquer their goals faster and with less number of employees.”
Ted Finch is one of the top channel and marketing experts in the high-tech industry, having help launch over 450 products into the channel for over 200 vendors (Microsoft, HP, Adobe, Corel, Intel, Aldus, Epson, AOL, WordPerfect, Novel, Autodesk, Citrix, IBM, Sony, Disney, Mitsubishi, Lotus, DCA, Netscape,3M, GE, Motorola, BigCommerce, Apple, Compaq, Leadmaster, Alias, IQ Tech Pros, Boeing, AMF, Ingram Micro, NEC, Toshiba, AOL, Western Digital, ATI, Disney, Iomega, Ashton-Tate, Lotus, Creative Labs, PTC plus over 70 start-ups and mid-sized companies with retail, enterprise and SaaS products).
He started in the animation industry (competing with Hanna Barbara and Disney–while heading up a 350 person sales force), is a former VP of Sales and Marketing with TAC (now called MarketStar) with over 2,300% growth, a VP Marketing at Goldmine Software (doubled in size 10 consecutive years), VP Marketing at $4 billion Harcourt (Seaworld, Neiman Marcus, Harcourt Education), Sr. VP Marketing Metrowerks (over 90% market share for dev tools), Sr. VP Marketing at $33 billion Motorola, VP Marketing at $130 billion GE, wrote the marketing plan and helped form Red Storm Entertainment with Tom Clancy (press event held on the USS Nuclear Sub Cheyenne), led the marketing team that published AOL and wrote the marketing plan and published Netscape Navigator, the #1 best-selling software in the world at the time that inaugurated the .com era.