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My next project is to build a complete CRM. A few things that are making me thing to choose between Processwire and CodeIgniter are listed below.
I am good in Processwire And will love to do this project in it, if possible.
 
1--I have to build separate Modules for HRM, accounts ,sales etc.
    as per client need we would give subscription to any of our modules to clients
2-- when all the module will be developed then we will integrate all and deliverer full CRM to clients on subscription base only.
 
3-- Right now I am thinking to put this all on cloud(I am new to cloud,Suggest me if I am wrong.)
 
SO is all these things possible with Processwire?  if yes please suggest steps/process.
 
Thanks 
Furquan Syed
 

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