That is true, there are many add-ons available on the market, but there are always niches where there are no solutions yet or existing add-ons have limited functionality. That is why it is important to listen to user needs and create custom solutions that will be perfectly tailored to their needs. For example, for a client in the medical industry, we could create a module for scheduling online appointments or presenting information on the effectiveness of drugs, which would be a valuable addition for them.
I would very much like to see an invitation like functionality.
The workflow would be that the admin adds the user with an email address only, and this causes an email to be sent with a link to a special page , where the new user gets to fill in all missing data, including a password (i.e. would work more or less like the registration confirmation).
Looking at the v9 marketplace, all v9 specific theme releases have been for whole site themes. It has been a long time since a dedicated home page or single page theme was released and none since v9 was released, so none specifically targeted at v9.
For CRM systems, if it is just posting forms directly to the CRM then the easy solution is to use their embed codes. This can be as simple as pasting into an HTML block, or to put together a basic custom block to fill in parameters within a generic embed code (in the same way that blocks like Youtube or Google Maps work)
I’ve actually got an add-on for this, just not in the marketplace. (and a similar one that creates thumbnails from the first page of PDFs).
It’s one of those processes where it generally works ok, but there are some memory and PDF format challenges that can sometimes trip it up, so I’ve felt putting it on the marketplace would be problematic.
Thank you @mesuva for mentioning your PDF indexing option. I’m glad to know someone with more expertise than me is thinking about it.
For those perusing this forum and trying to decide it ConcreteCMS is a good option, I wanted to add, I appreciate the number of functions (Calendar, Forms, Advanced Permissions, Inline Editing, …) already built into the core of the CMS.