As you've worked your way through the first two chapters of this book, you have learned how to:
Change the title of each of the module tabs that make up the SugarCRM front end.
Change the terminology used in each of the module tabs, so that SugarCRM uses the same terms as your organization.
Give SugarCRM a look and feel in keeping with your company's branding.
Create your own module tabs and dashlets, either to add your own functionality, or to incorporate any existing web-based applications already used in your organization.
So, now you can provide a SugarCRM implementation that won't be completely alien to your intended users—hopefully they'll be able to use the application with minimum training.
Of course, ...