OroCRM is an open-source customer relationship management (CRM) solution which includes customer interaction data capture, marketing tools, dashboards, and more. Customer interactions, such as support tickets, email responses, and product views, are captured and tracked across multiple touchpoints, including B2B and B2C online stores, POS systems, email campaigns, and social channels. Customer profiles are automatically synchronized, and accounts are merged, removing any duplication of information. Users can manage contacts, accounts, leads, and opportunities, create targeted, segmented marketing campaigns, track performance through customizable dashboards, and generate a range of reports.
If you think that OroCRM is a good solution for your business and want to implement it fast, then all you need to do is to follow these 8 simple steps to deploy OroCRM in AWS with Bunnyshell. Let’s get started!
How to deploy OroCRM in AWS with Bunnyshell:
Step 2: Look for RESOURCES and click on One-Click Apps.
Step 3: Once you got to the One-Click Apps, all you have to do is select the one you need. If you can’t find it, feel free to use the search bar. Click on OroCRM, and you will be redirected to its page.
Step 4: Check out the key features of the app and read the info. Once you are done, launch the app in the cloud.
Step 5: In this step you have to fill in the required info. Give the app a name, choose a location, a virtual network, and a server size.
Step 6: Next, you need to look at the bottom of the page. You will find there the package secrets where you can add a root password for MySQL. If you don’t want to, a random password will be generated. You can also see there the package requirements for OroCRM, which are MySQL, Apache and Php.
Step 7: You can modify and add the necessary info for Apache, MySQL and Php. If you don’t add it, the apps will be configured with the info that was preset.
Step 8: Once you are done, all you have to do is to click on DEPLOY. After that, you will be redirected to a page where you can see that OroCRM is deploying. You can click on View logs to see how the app is deployed.
Give yourself some time to learn how to use all of the functionalities of OroCRM.