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FoundedMarch 2010
FoundersMichael FitzGerald
Galway, Ireland
ProductsCustomer relationship management software
  • Sales management
  • Customer relationship management
  • Software as a service

OnePageCRM is a cloud-based sales customer relationship management (CRM) software for sales teams in small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). OnePageCRM exists as a web application and a mobile app. The company has its headquarter in Galway, Ireland, with employees working from Ireland, Russia, Ukraine, Colombia, Poland, and Brazil.


OnePageCRM was founded in 2010 by Michael FitzGerald.[1] It is based on the GTD (Getting Things Done) principle[2][3] and the Next Action method that prompts follow-ups[4][5][6][7]. The company's claimed focus is on simplicity and efficiency[8][9][10].

In 2013, the company secured funding from the Irish state economic development agency Enterprise Ireland and private investors to support its hiring process and growth[11][12][13].

OnePageCRM was the first recipient of the Twilio Fund Europe 2013[14][15][16], a joint venture between cloud communications company Twilio and startup accelerator 500 startups. The micro-fund was used to expand the team and introduce Twilio-powered functionality.

In 2019, the company stated the amount of its paying customers as 11,000.

The company's CEO and founder Michael FitzGerald is a co-founder[17][18] of PorterShed[19], the first Galway-based co-working space focused on technology startups[20].


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  20. "The Portershed, Galway's Startup Hub Opens". Big Red Cloud. 2016-06-17. Retrieved 2020-04-07.

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