You're not likely to find a cloud accounting solution that offers inventory and POS out of the box. Your best bet is to find a solid accounting solution that integrates with different inventory and POS solutions. One option to consider is Xero. Xero a standalone accounting tool that's gotten praise ...
There are a lot of variables to consider here. Your best bet for getting accurate pricing information is contact Maxwell directly. That said, I'd be interested to hear how much current users are paying.
I believe open source software is generally recognized as being more difficult to implement (that is, if we're talking about free community editions). Usually open source BI deployments require users to possess software development skills. Not a big deal if you have an IT department, but if you're a small ...
What are you using for accounting software? Are you looking for a donor tracking solution that interfaces with your accounting system?
How big is your business? A small business solution would be to go with QuickBooks for your accounting needs, and to use an inventory management add-on like Fishbowl.
Siva - I would say social CRM is industry agnostic. One of the big value props of social CRM is that people across all industries are represented on diverse social networks like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. Social CRM offers users the ability to cull all that data to create comprehensive ...
At $12/user/month Zoho is a solid SaaS CRM worth checking out.
Really Simple Systems offers a pared-down CRM solution that excels on providing the fundamentals, though I'm not sure if it integrates with the phones.
Five9 call center solutions offer integration with a variety of top cloud-based CRM systems (NetSuite, Dynamics, Salesforce, etc).
Wikipedia.org? Does a pretty good job of differentiating between the various service models.
To me Nimble feels more like contact management then CRM. Salesforce is more $$ but far more robust from a features perspective. Lots of great integrations with Salesforce too.
Do you expect to work in the system offline? If not, a lite cloud CRM would probably serve you well as a solo operation. Salesforce, Zoho, or if you want really lite then Simple CRM.
Below is a summary of the KLAS EHR rankings from 2011. It might be a good starting point for you. http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Health-Care-IT/Epic-EHR-Platform-Tops-KLAS-Health-Care-IT-Software-Rankings-408647/
Check out Infinite Conferencing. It's very well regarded, and provides all the functionality you suggested in a SaaS platform. You can try it free for the first 10 days: http://www.infiniteconferencing.com/index.php
If you're looking for a solution to help you manage fundraising, check out Sage Fundraising 50. It offers a long list of features specific to nonprofit fundraising activities that you won't get with a traditional CRM solution. http://na.sage.com/sage-fundraising/products/sage-fundraising-50
"Accounting in the cloud" refers to accounting solutions that are accessed over the Internet through your browser, as opposed to those that are installed on your hard drive. You can learn more about cloud computing here: http://www.business-software.com/blog/cloud-101-what-is-it-who-are-the-key-players/
MAS90 has slightly greater functionality than QuickBooks, but QuickBooks does most of what you listed above for much cheaper.
Below is a report on the pros and cons of SaaS ERP authored by an independent research firm. I don't know what sort of budget you're working with, but if money is not an object it could be useful ($400 for an 11-page research paper seems absolutely ridiculous). Good luck. http://store.hypatiaresearch.com/theprosandconsofsaaserp.aspx
Very well, according to TopTenReviews. They ranked Infinite #1 among all Web conferencing services (beating out GoToMeeting, WebEx, Fuze, and others). I've never been able to determine exactly how that site goes about conducting it's research though, so take the information with a grain of salt. If nothing else its ...
Zoho is pretty good, but I don't know if I'd call it the best. You can try it for free with one agent.