Truly thankful for the insights.
Terri: since you created Archively: how many of notes can I add to a contact?
Few notes about these technologies:
- They are either focused for recruiting or for sales pipeline. Archively and Loxo focus on profile, and resumes, and therefore actions related to recruiting .
- W5Templates, RelateIQ, Ondigo focus on sales pipeline. Ondigo seems to be only mobile. Love the colorcoding of Ondigo to quickly differentiate clusters, but I don't see a contact summary version (similar to what archively has).
-Zaelr seems to be a messaging app, and I don't see how I can use it.
-I am also looking at evernote, which allows me to organize notes per contacts. Specially attractive is the premium version ($50/year) , where I can edit pdfs, create slides and organize emails by contacts looks powerful (but I won't have a pipeline about customer responses).
- Insignthly seems to be a CRM tool that focuses on customer communication. they also have a contact and project tool. The free version works for 2 people.
As a startup, I need a way to organize communications with customers, user feedback, pain points, potential vc's. Thus, it is truly important to have: list of contacts easily classified in clusters, but also have ways to expand notes, and categorize such notes as: pain points, opportunities, nice to have, import to a to-do lists, etc.
So far, I am inclined to use evernote, archively (depending on limits for # notes) or insightly.
Let me know if you have more comments.