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MailChimp is a marketing automation platform that allows users to create, send & analyze email & ad campaigns, with email...
Contactually is an easy-to-use system for building better relationships, and getting the most from your network. Combining...
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Education Management, 51-200 employees
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After trying a bunch of other CRM products out there, I was frustrated. Salesforce was too heavy a solution for what I needed, and expensive. Products like SugarCRM and Zoho felt outdated and clunky. What I needed was something that would sync my contacts from multiple sources into one place and then keep them updated - and that's exactly what I found in Contactually. It's simple, lightweight and it works with a bunch of my contact sources (Google, Mailchimp, etc.), and now I don't need to worry about where any particular contact's info is. I get the added bonus of getting reminders for contacts I've fallen out of touch with. That's not what I was looking for when I started, but it's been surprisingly helpful in identifying people I need to get back in touch with.
- Automatic import and update of contact info, no leg work required - Reminders to keep in touch with contacts I haven't talked to - Keeps a full history of my communication with the contact, across multiple platforms (email, twitter, Mailchimp...)
Needs more integrations with third party software!
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I use Contactually for contact and relationship management, and sales pipeline and relationship development. Contactually is a slick Ruby on Rails app with an open API and direct built-in integration with key apps such as Mailchimp for email marketing and social networks such as LinkedIn and Twitter. Without question the best CRM I've ever tried. But it's really more than just a CRM, it's a general RM for managing relationships with customers, partners, investors, family, friends, etc.
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