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Salesnet is a CRM with extensive sales and marketing functionality. It has many options for configuration to meet the specific needs of different types of teams. It also offers high-level customer support and advanced security.

Salesnet's main CRM features include:

Salesnet does a good job of combining a lot of functionality for both sales and marketing within one interface. This helps teams follow contacts throughout the entire funnel, from initial awareness to closing a deal and maintaining the customer relationship.

It's also incredibly easy to configure and customize Salesnet's CRM uniquely for your team. The CRM includes data import options, XML web services API, configurable HTML links for web forms, configurable nomenclature, integration links, and a process builder with a smart form.

Features of Salesnet that can be particularly valuable for startups include:

  • Dozens of prebuilt dashboards and custom dashboards
  • Out-of-the-box forecast reports and modified reports
  • Extensive educational materials including tutorial videos, documentation and guides, a searchable FAQ, and a help center

There are three pricing tiers available for teams interested in using Salesnet's CRM solution: Express, Professional, and Enterprise. An inquiring team has to call for quotes on all of these plans.

Though small teams do use Salesnet, its features and functionality may be too much for teams looking for a very lightweight solution. Because the pricing isn't transparent, it may not be an ideal solution for teams with conservative budgets.

Salesnet is a robust CRM solution with a lot of functionality designed for large teams—or small teams that are planning to grow. The extensive configurability and customization options make it a great choice for a team that has very specific sales and marketing needs, and the advanced security ensures that it can support larger teams. 

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