Talisma CRM Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Talisma CRM

CRM suite with marketing and KB (Knowledge Base) tools

3.69/5 (13 reviews)

Talisma CRM Pricing

Pricing model: Subscription

Free Trial: Available

Please contact Talisma for pricing.

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Talisma CRM Pricing Reviews

Pros

  • One of the oldest software built out of India from Greatest Product minds. One think i liked was during a decade back only they pioneered the fact of OMNICHANNEL and experience management in India.Naveen o.Read the full review
  • The basic features are fine and they do what you need them to do.Ashley W.Read the full review
  • It was good but can not be compared with today's breed of tools. It satisfied the expectations of very specific industries.Naveen o.Read the full review

Cons

  • Never experienced consistent sluggishness. Completely ruins the productivity for our teams here.melissa g.Read the full review
  • I know Talisma is a smaller CRM, so I don't expect it to be exactly like either of those. The problem is, however, that it's often more of a headache than boon to our non-profit.Verified ReviewerRead the full review
  • I had a hard time adapting at first, it was not an easy tool to learn to use, it generated many doubts and with that the results were slow to appear.Maria C.Read the full review
73%
recommended this to a friend or a colleague

1 reviewers had the following to say about Talisma CRM's pricing:

Anonymous

Not bad. But definitely not good.

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2019-02-04
Review Source: Capterra

I've been using Talisma regularly for the past year and a half—at least five or six times a day. I've used other similar programs in the past—Raiser's Edge, DonorPerfect. I know Talisma is a smaller CRM, so I don't expect it to be exactly like either of those. The problem is, however, that it's often more of a headache than boon to our non-profit. The tabs in a donor's profile are un-intuitive and un-organized, for one. I often have to hunt down information that should be easy to find. Running a simple report isn't too bad, but once you start adding more variables it's bound to fail. I've also run in to quite a few weird glitches or bugs since I began using Talisma. Still, it does the basics—even with some difficultly—so it's not horrible. Our department received Talisma free as part of a package other department purchased a number of years back. I don't always agree with the "you get what you pay for" maxim, but in this case it's true.

Pros
1) Pricing for Talisma is not bad at all. 2) Logging comments on donor files is easy. 3) Color scheme doesn't give me a headache.

Cons
1) Overall, Talisma is plagued by a clunky interface that is amazingly counter-intuitive. 2) I felt like I needed an additional degree to run some moderately complex reports. 3) Even logging in can be a pain. 4) Almost every aspects that should be easy to deal with is not. At all.

Rating breakdown

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Likelihood to recommend: 5/10

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