Nimble is a social sales and marketing CRM. It's a people-centric tool that places a strong emphasis on interactions and relationships. They're focused on providing all of the functions that a startup needs without high cost or complexity.

Nimble CRM's main features include:

Nimble CRM stands out because of its focus on social business insights. The tool helps you build Live Profiles on people and companies. It also helps you prospect customers from multiple different networks. You can look beyond your Gmail and Office 365 inboxes and connect with people over social networks like Facebook, Instagram, and AngelList.

Startups considering Nimble CRM may be particularly interested in these features:

  • Manage relationships without data entry by pulling information from social profiles and other sources
  • The CRM is relatively new and therefore much cheaper than some of its competitors

The price tag of Nimble CRM is definitely appealing. A team can get started with a Business plan at just $22/license/month (billed annually). The first 25,000 contacts are included with this plan, and upgrades cost $10 for an additional 10,000 contacts. A team can also upgrade by paying $10 for an additional 10 GB of storage. For pricing on group messaging, teams can contact a sales representative.

Nimble CRM is a great choice for very early-stage startups with a limited budget. It provides a lot of functionality for a very low price. It's also great for a startup with a heavy focus on social sales and marketing. The emphasis on relationships makes it easy to track interactions, build highly personalized experiences for customers, and prospect customers from all of your networks. The tool doesn't currently offer an enterprise plan or more complex functionality for very large teams. For this reason, Nimble CRM a good startup solution.

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Further Reading

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