Zoho CRM is a web-based CRM application, which gives you a 360-degree view of your sales, marketing, inventory, customer support and more. Additionally, Zoho CRM offers integration with E-mail, MS Office and Outlook and Google Apps. Your data is kept as safe as any bank. At present, Zoho CRM has ~250,000 users and counting.
|Intended Users||Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Small Business|
|Devices Supported||Android, iPhone-iPad, RIM-BlackBerry, Web-based|
|Supported Countries||Asia, Australia, Canada, China, Europe, India, Latin America, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom, United States|
|Supported Languages||Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish|
|Supported Platforms||Google Apps, Open API|
|Categories||· CRM · Online CRM · Contact Management · Sales Automation · Lead Management · Sales Management · Startup solutions|
Free Edition (CRM for entrepreneurs) - 3 Users Free.
Standard Edition (Sales tracking for Small Businesses) - $12/user/month.
Professional Edition (Complete CRM for any SME) - $20/user/month.
Enterprise Edition (CRM for multi-level organizations) - $35/user/month.
- Save over 60% of your current CRM Costs migrating to Zoho.
- Track sales & marketing centrally
- Modular and easy to use
- No data lockup, export data at anytime
Good to get your business startedCo-Founder ( company, 11-50 employees)4 days ago 15:55
We started our company a few years ago and decided to implement Zoho CRM right from day 1 to give our sales force a tool to manage their leads and sales opportunities. The set-up proved to be easy and the integration with google apps was a plus so we could sync up our emails and see them directly inside the CRM. The new forecast tool helped us to organize our team in sales territory and assigned to everyone their personalized goal. We also gave access to a few of our mobile user to the iPad app (comes at an extra cost unfortunately) The nice thing about it is that you can navigate off line (all the data can be synced) The company has grown now significantly and we start to see the limitation around building workflows and customizing rules. Support is OK if you are on the enterprise version. Free version obviously does not come with much support besides the online forums
Customer service issueChris M.24th of February 16:08
Don't bother calling into the support line. After holding for 10 minutes a recording comes on to leave a message. Once you do this hang up and forget about them ever returning the call. Try again in a few weeks and wait some more. Only redeemer is it is only $12 a month and works good enough. Still waiting for a call back from January and February of this year.
Goodbye Salesforce!HappyWeSwitched27th of January 16:35
We are several months into using Zoho and we are now thinking why couldn't we find Zoho before we locked into a contract with Salesforce. Well, we moved forward and decided to make the switch even though we are still paying for Saleforce (because we have to) -- Combined with Zoho Reports and the 3 Enterprise licenses we have, we $155 per month vs Salesforce's $390 per month (with waaaaay less features) --
Almost the Golden CRM I have been searching forDiane15th of November, 2012 11:33
Zoho CRM is a great tool. Compared to some other CRM systems I have used like SalesForce and Microsoft Dynamics, Zoho is very easy to use and intuitive. Being in sales it is important for me to understand what our contacts look like, what opportunities exist, and where I should be spending my time. The only things that needs a bit of work is the Campaigns tab. Although I can create campaigns, I cannot easily take actions using leads or accounts I have assigned in here.... which begs me to ask, what is the purpose if I end up replicating that content elsewhere? But let that not be the focus, I still recommend this CRM above these other two I have used.
Vastly improved, powerful, and affordableMosguido28th of October, 2012 15:53
I first tried Zoho in 2011, and then abandoned it. It felt clunky and not very hip, compared to other web crms. One year later, after trying almost every other Saas CRM out there, I reluctantly took another look at Zoho CRM, and found it hugely improved. The new interface is very tasteful, very minimal and unobtrusive; the entire application is now very customizable and comes with a mobile phone app with which you can view, edit and search all your CRM data, on- or offline. As others have said, the free version is pretty good by itself...but it's when you get to the paid versions that you get really terrific automation features that allow you to build task workflows triggered by events--say a new lead, or a change in a field's data. There really isn't another online CRM that can do this, apart from Salesforce which is three times as expensive and unsuitable for small businesses. I'm withholding the fifth star, because Zoho tends to over-promise on delivery dates, and make people wait months, or even years, for features. But the latest CRM program, and its related Zoho apps, is now very good. It is so capable that it will take you a week to learn all the things it can do.
Zoho CRM is a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution that works with a business's existing email. Because Zoho CRM is cloud-based, no setup is required and it can be accessed from anywhere, using computers or mobile devices.Read the full GetApp analysis →
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