Pipeliner CRM Elements - Version 7.1
December 2014 Release: The History of Elements
The name Elements was originally the title of a work consisting of 13 books, written in 300 B.C. by ancient Greek mathematician Euclid. This work became the foundation for the application of logic to higher mathematics.
Its principles have now been used for thousands of years, and some have called Elements the most influential textbook ever written. The term element was used to describe a principle that was basic, powerful, and pervasive.
Elements was enormously influential in many areas of science. Scientists Nicolaus Copernicus, Johannes Kepler, Galileo Galilei, and Sir Isaac Newton were all influenced by it, and applied their knowledge of it to their work. Mathematicians and philosophers such as Bertrand Russell, Alfred North Whitehead, and Baruch Spinoza created their own foundational “Elements" for their respective disciplines, by adopting Euclid’s original work.
In a similar way, Pipeliner CRM is shaped from basic, powerful, and pervasive principles. These principles are: Simplicity, Flexibility, and Visualization. We understand that in the future a core system for any company will need to be flexible and simple—but also visual, because visual is the universal language that speaks 60,000 times faster than words or data.
Pipeliner CRM, with its release, Elements, is designed to bring these principles to sales organizations, and to businesses themselves. As Euclid’s original Elements introduced logic to mathematics, Pipeliner CRM Elements introduces logic to CRM. Logic in this case is an intuitive, visual tool at the heart of the organization.
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