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Dovarri, Inc. develops CRM and SFA software. Dovarri, Inc. was founded in 1993 and is based in Houston, Texas.

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I was alerted by a member earlier today that some people who use Etrade may have to call in their orders for DVAR if they want to get involved. The same thing happened to one of my previous picks HYBR, before it blew up.

Make sure you add DVAR to your watch list, I believe DVAR could breakout any day!!

DVAR's software blows their competition out of the water. Here's a comparison chart to see how they stack up: 

The market for DVAR's customer relationship management software will continue to grow over the next few years as the small to mid size markets will make up 38% of the total spending by 2010.

During the last 18 months there has been a continued pushed by Sap and Microsoft into the CRM space. The problem here is that their software is extremely expensive and most small size businesses can't afford it. This is where DVAR steps in.

DVAR recently announced they are expanding into China and Europe.

“Asian on-demand CRM market projected (and met) 68% growth in 2007” (Springboard Research)

"China is emerging as the fastest growing business market in the world. It's important to establish an early foothold there. Working with AECsoft to resell Dovarri is a perfect fit; they have established relationships with many Chinese companies who are already searching for a CRM program. 

Now they can fill that need with Dovarri as their solution," said Geary Broadnax, President and CEO of DVAR.

Here is 9 reasons why I like DVAR:

1. $9.3b of $12b market up for grabs over the next five years

2. 58% of CRM market is untapped

3. On-demand CRM and SFA sector is recession-proof

4. DVAR is profitable with only 1,000 users

5. Award-winning CEO with impressive track record

6. Preferred CRM Partner with HP

7. Partner with EPC Group (its CEO literally wrote the book on Microsoft SharePoint)

8. Built on revolutionary Microsoft SharePoint Services platform (no other CRM is using MS SharePoint)

9. Fortune 500 companies are moving to MS SharePoint (Dell, HP, Boeing, ExxonMobil, Ford, Lockheed-Martin, Merck, UBS, etc.)

If you're looking to get into company while it's cheap start researching DVAR right now!
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