No Code CRM Solution

Brilliance CRM is a full-featured Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform that offers a comprehensive range of features in a 'no code' environment. With Brilliance CRM, you can leverage all necessary functionality without coding. And if you require any customizations or additional features that are not included, we provide them at no extra cost.

Address Information

Brilliance CRM "addresses" refer to the physical or mailing addresses associated with customers, contacts, or accounts. Addresses play a vital role in managing customer information and facilitating communication and logistics. Here's a breakdown of addresses in a CRM context:

  1. Customer Addresses: CRM systems typically store and manage the addresses of individual customers or organizations. This includes primary contact addresses, billing addresses, shipping addresses, and any other relevant locations associated with the customer's operations. CRM users can enter, update, and maintain address details within the system.
  2. Contact Addresses: In addition to customer addresses, CRM systems may also store addresses specific to individual contacts within a customer organization. This can include addresses of key decision-makers, influencers, or other individuals associated with the customer's account. By capturing contact addresses, CRM users can ensure accurate and up-to-date information for effective communication and relationship management.
  3. Address Validation: Address validation features that help ensure the accuracy and completeness of entered addresses. These features leverage address verification services or databases to validate addresses against standardized formats or known address repositories. Address validation helps minimize errors, improve data quality, and enhance the reliability of customer communication and logistics.
  4. Mapping and Geo-Location: Many CRM systems integrate with mapping services, allowing users to view addresses on maps or generate driving directions. This can be helpful for field sales representatives or service technicians who need location information to plan visits or efficiently navigate to customer addresses.

By storing and managing addresses within a CRM system, businesses can centralize customer location data, streamline communication and logistics, and ensure accurate and up-to-date information for effective customer relationship management. CRM users can leverage address-related features to improve customer service, sales operations, and overall efficiency in managing customer interactions.


The primary contact information for a given address. This information is used for talking to and working with a given address contact.


When you have more than one phone number, you can store all additional numbers in a centralized place for the account, user, job, etc. that you're working on.

Email Addresses

People have many email addresses. This is where you can store information on all contact email addresses.


Tracking members allows you to put business members and family members that don't log into the system.


The ability to track any date is critical. Tracking warranties, anniversaries, annual training date requirements, etc. is a great way of being proactive with your customers.


Tracking all of the links a customer has is a great way to know which domains are associated with a customer.


Links can be monitored so that they stay active and the expiration dates to make certain they are continually renewed.


Often, employees need to have information stored on file. This can be driver's licenses and insurance paperwork for a company's records. The system can keep track of expiration dates to ensure that the business stays fully legal with all state and local requirements.


Track all the primary demographic information for the primary address contact.

Additional Information

Control the contact information methods a business does and doesn't want (e.g., phone calls, emails, texts).

Custom Fields

We know that each address has a unique set of requirements. Being locked into a single set of rules would never suffice. This allows you to put in custom information for each individual address.