Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by creativepotion, Aug 24, 2012.
Do you guys use CRM software to manage your offline clients?
If so, which one you guys use?
+1 for good recommends...
there is a very nice (but unpopular) plugin for wordpress that does the job pretty cool. it is called wp-client, costs 40 bucks and no, i am not affiliated with it. nice crew behind it and helpful features.
try to use greensamba its good for me till now
and if its onsite thing than as subster says wpclient is best
Not Much use Any CRM to manage..I am also looking for someone to answer a Good CRM...
Can't imagine why this plug-in is so unpopular. I haven't used it yet , but it looks awsome compared to the alternatives. Very low price and perfect for on-site customer relation management.
I think it is unpopular, because I never heard or read anything befour I found it myself. Sorry for beeing unclear.
It is subster-tested and a great thing to play with anyways.
WP-client looks cool, but its too bad it doesnt have a demo that users can try out.
Their screenshots dont quite tell the users much anyways, but for $40, it seems like a good price.
I was also looking into a CRM script from codecanyon; its a little more expensive than WP-client (not sure if anyone shared it yet)
Okay guys, I am a bit of a noob. What is this tool for? I am not really familiar with CRM.
Are you looking for a total CRM system with a billing/payment processor, autoresponder, affiliate system, etc? If so I would suggest 1shoppingcart - we have been using them for a long time and have never had an issue! Their best package is $129 a month - and it has a TON of features. They also have smaller packages if you don't need all the features. Highly suggest checking them out!
Not really. Just looking for a simple CRM / Project Management system, so that clients can login to see the progress etc.
I have used quite a few CRM systems in the past. My two recommendations are Microsofts CRM and Zoho CRM.
Zoho is the much cheaper alternative and in my opinion looks a ton better and is easier to customize. (It's the one I use for my own business)
I used Microsoft's CRM for about a year but it can get really expensive if you have a lot of employees using it.
It all varies on what your looking for in a system and how many employees you have, they each have their own positives and negatives.I would recommend you try a bunch of them out as most have free trials and Zoho is actually free for up to 3 users.
One of the most popular ones is called Sales Force. I personally didn't like it and I think its definitely an overkill if you have under 30 employees (in my opinion) and also very expensive. Last time I checked they required a 1 year contract, not sure if they still do that with all the competition now.
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