CRM

Best CRM for marketing a new product to consumers and small businesses (vs. sold by sales teams)?

Scot Gensler Strategic Operations & Business Development Executive

August 22nd, 2014

I used Salesforce for a previous company (that sold into the enterprise), but that doesn't appear to be the ideal platform to track marketing campaigns and a significantly higher volume of marketing leads and customers.  I'd still like to have a master databases of every lead, conversion, campaign effectiveness and revenue forecasting but without having to have dedicated sales ops or features geared towards enterprise sales process management.  All recommendations and ideas would be greatly appreciated.  

Will Dukes Business Development Strategist and Professional Speaker

August 22nd, 2014

Check out Infusionsoft.  They offer good tracking with a lot of automation.  Hub Spot also offers a high level of integration, but I've been told that you really become "married" to them.  

Brian McConnell

August 23rd, 2014

Insightly (www.insight.ly) is another option. Their CRM is optimized for smaller companies, so its very easy to set up and use, and they provide an API so you can import/export data, build custom apps, etc. And its cheap (<$10/user per month). 

Arun Joshi President / CEO Visulon Inc.

August 24th, 2014

Try www.clinchpad.com  it is really useful to manage deals ( and relationships).

Eric Bernal Co-Founder, Director of Web Development & Design

August 25th, 2014

Has anyone tried Sugar CRM. I was looking at them, mostly because I am not that crazy about salesforce.com.

Gabriel Saba Founder at SharingKit and Proposal Engineer at ABB

August 27th, 2014

zoho.com