HI, I've been a long standing user of a paid version of X2CRM (own deployment, perpetual license). Not currently in use; version 5."something". Reviewing the CRM options today available to us, we conclude that X2CRM can still do the job. Originally, the multi-pane home page was very attractive, the amazing depth of functionality based on a powerful database -- AND especially "bubble up" extensive notetaking AND table-based data. So many commercial CRM systems really don't have a clue. X2CRM's momentum and outdated UX of course were always apparent. (Thru the 90's I was a big fan of Maximizer.