Pipeliner CRM Versions
Pipeliner CRM is rooted in proven and longstanding economic principles. These core principles are resonated in the name of each new version.
Where Do Our Version Names Come From?
You may have noticed that we have a rather unconventional way of naming our releases, and you may have wondered why we do that.
Like any other software developer, up until 2014 we historically numbered each new release. But after eight years of programming—and more than 30,000 builds and 7 major releases—we broke from tradition. We are re-envisioning CRM, and decided that our naming convention should reflect such a fundamental shift.
Pipeliner CRM is the first and only CRM solution rooted in proven and longstanding economic principles.
Far more than just a CRM solution, Pipeliner is tightly focused on enabling business success. Most companies embrace building software—but putting economic concepts into practical use is something else entirely. We’re holding ourselves to a higher standard.
Each of our version names has been carefully chosen to reflect a particular set of these values:
Pipeliner CRM Continuity - Version 11.0
We took the name of this version from the Law of Continuity, a principle introduced by German mathematician and philosopher Gottfried Leibniz in 1701, and is the principle that “whatever succeeds for the finite, also succeeds for the infinite.
Translating this over to business, what is a salesperson doing today, every day, every hour, every minute? Activities. Everything is an activity—a task, appointment, meeting, call, sending of collateral, and more. It's the tasks and activities that make it possible for opportunities to rapidly move from stage to stage of the sales process—creating continuity throughout the sales pipeline. For that reason, enhancement of Pipeliner CRM's powerful Sales Activities functionality is at the heart of this release.
Pipeliner CRM Collection - Version 10.0
With Pipeliner CRM version 10, we have come to a place where we are consolidating and streamlining a number of Pipeliner's already advanced data methods, taking vital features of its structure and making them even more efficient. We're collecting data and visualizing it in an intelligent, mathematical form so that people can better grasp it.
This version is called Collection, after an 8-volume work of the same name written by ancient Greek mathematician Pappus of Alexandria in about 340 AD. Collection contains a systematically arranged account of the most important results obtained by Pappus’s predecessors in the field of mathematics. It also contains notes explaining and expanding on previous discoveries.
Pipeliner CRM Automata - Version 9.0
With the new breakthrough release of Pipeliner Automata, we have reached a whole new level of operation. With this version we are implementing cybernetics—the science used to approach and understand complexity.
The use of cybernetics is the reason we adopted the name Automata—a work written by Greek mathematician Hero of Alexandria (c10-c70 A.D.). This particular work, two thousand years ahead of its time, is considered some of the first formal research into cybernetics.
Pipeliner CRM Arithmetica - Version 8.5
Behind Pipeliner's visual elements and every one of its functions lie carefully structured higher mathematical calculations, without which none of this would be possible.
With this new version, we have traced Pipeliner all the way back to its functional roots—and found ourselves in the 3rd century, with a work by the ancient Greek mathematician Diophantus, called Arithmetica. Mathematical scholars point to Arithmetica as the foundation of higher mathematics, and to Diophantus as the “Father of Algebra.”
Pipeliner CRM Principia - Version 8.0
It is extremely apt that we have named our new version of Pipeliner CRM Principia—for in this new version it’s all about the motion. Newton’s Principia made it possible for future scientists to predict, with far more accuracy, the motions of—and interaction between—heavenly bodies. Pipeliner CRM Principia, with its new metrics and visualization of sales motion, makes it far more possible to accurately predict the future path of a sale.
Pipeliner CRM Phaenomena - Version 7.5
Euclid’s Phaenomena set out the basic model for the motion of stars and planets. In the work, Euclid described how the visible stars move, and their arcs across the sky. The work became an important foundation for how astronomers and mathematicians study the stars today, and how they track multiple stars, star systems and planets throughout the cosmos.
Pipeliner CRM Elements - Version 7.1
Pipeliner CRM broke with traditional software naming convention with what normally would have been simply Pipeliner CRM version 7.1. Instead this version was named Elements.