ProsperWorks was specifically designed to integrate with Google, and it's the CRM that the Google team uses. But even though it provides CRM functionality for a huge organization like Google, ProsperWorks was designed as the simple answer to overly complex CRMs. The product is intuitive to use and requires no training to get started.
Some of the major features of the ProsperWorks CRM include:
- Automatic integration with Google
- Automated data entry
- Track team activity
- Manage multiple pipelines and dashboards
- VoIP calling
- Pipeline reporting
- Lead and sales dashboards
- Forecast management and goal setting
- Mobile Suite
Since ProsperWorks was made to work within Gmail, it's as intuitive as the email client itself. It's specifically designed to be congruent with Google's design and UI. There is a G-suite integration, Chrome extensions for Gmail and Inbox, and Google Sheets add-ons. The ability to work in your CRM from Gmail can be very appealing to startups that don't want to get bogged down with tools and need an easy-to-use and integrated CRM solution.
Startups may also be drawn to these features:
- The tool provides enterprise-grade security without the enterprise price tag or complexity
- It's easy to drive a repeatable sales process by automating a sequence of steps, so your team can develop strong habits
The Basic plan accommodates teams of up to 5 users starting at $19/user/month when billed annually. The Professional plan, for growing businesses, is priced at $49/user/month when billed annually. The Business plan provides complete CRM functionality and costs $119/user/month when billed annually. The Business plan requires an annual contract.
There are more options for features and more robust functionality at higher pricing tiers. While the lowest pricing tier can still accommodate teams with relatively limited budgets, a team can scale with the Professional plan, and the Business plan is designed to accommodate teams of “any size.” Therefore, the ProsperWorks CRM can be a good choice for a startup that wants to stick with the same CRM as it scales.
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