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>we

Digital business card and relationship management

>we (More Than We) is a digital business card that makes it simple and effective to organise the people you meet. Add location, a note and groups to each new connection, whilst sharing one of multiple profiles and then getting reminders to follow up.

Ping

Digital business card

Ping is a simple way to exchange information with people you meet - a digital business card if you will. However this is just the foundations for a personal CRM - a tool that will help you keep on top of and organise your network.

Pol- I'm web and mobile developer !
Simple, but work only with the app
Rob Bye- I build products and companies
Makes business cards totally redundant
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I would LOVE Ping for Android!
Iphoneappsreviewonline
UK based Wurqs today introduces Ping 1.0 for iOS, the first digital business card app that removes the dependency for two people to both have the app for it to be useful.
Medium
The simple product that kickstarts Wurqs big ambitions Download Ping for iOS here. Let's be honest, business cards suck. How in a world where we all carry around these super computers in our pockets, are we still exchanging information using bits of paper? Now the 'digital business card' isn't a new challenge in the world of tech.
Medium
In February this year, we launched Ping to the world and were blown away by the response. Hitting the top spot on Product Hunt on launch day with over 1300 votes, closely followed by a feature across the app store in Europe, meant we finished week one with over 5000 users.
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Salesflare CRM

Intelligent sales CRM for startups who thrive on technology

Salesflare is the intelligent CRM startups and small businesses love to use. It's a zero-input sales CRM that thinks and works for its user, not the other way around.

Ilija Rolović- CMO, Enjin
I ABSOLUTELY love this product. Best user experience among the 5-6 CRMs I used (you need like 15m to figure out the tool, there's super-helpful video tutorials as well), and prob around 50ish I've tested. It has an integration with Zapier that supports complex triggers and actions - which can save you a ton of time. My team is using this from everything from… See more
Pieter-Jan Buseyne
Using a CRM might help you, so I'd recommend Salesflare. You can then see what's been discussed with your customers and respond in a way that is more conversational and engaging. Plus, you can set up email campaigns so that you save time on manually sending out emails to prospects.
Sujan Patel- Co-Founder of Mailshake
I used Salesflare for my digital marketing agency. I moved over from Pipedrive and never looked back. What I like about Salesflare is that it's simple yet powerful :)
Business Insider
Every six months or so, startup Zapier - rhymes with "happier" - releases a report on the fastest-growing apps of the year. And Zapier should know: It's best known as a tool for connecting one piece of workplace software to another, automatically.
YouTube
Anthony Ha of TechCrunch interviews Jeroen Corthout of Salesflare on Salesflare, the easy to use and automated CRM. More features and screenshots at https://salesflare.com/
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FollowUp is a personal CRM that makes managing your professional relationships easy. Set followups, write notes, schedule reminders, create events, and more without ever leaving your inbox.

Taylor Banks
Designed specifically for this task.
drew olanoff
Remind yourself of who to follow up with and why, without having to use a fancy expensive piece of software for sales people.
drew olanoff
It's now a part of my daily emailing
19 Alternatives to FollowUp Personal CRM

HiHello

Exchange contacts, seamlessly.

HiHello lets you curate multiple digital business cards and share your contact details faster than you can say, “Sorry, I forgot my business card!” With the HiHello app you’ll never be without your business cards again. Digitally share your information so that people have it where they need it - in their phone.

Slate Magazine
We don't need to remember phone numbers anymore. We don't have rolodexes-we have digital contact lists and social media apps that catalog every vaguely significant person we've ever met. And yet, tucked in our wallets or forgotten on business trips, we still have business cards.
Medium
We've been furiously working to put out bug fixes and new features based on the feedback we've received. As of today, exactly one week later we have pushed multiple app updates to both the iOS and Android stores to fix critical issues, and make your experience better.
TechCrunch
A new app called HiHello is taking aim at business cards. While plenty of apps in the past have tried to kill the business card, they never achieved critical mass. Mainly, this is because most required that both parties - the business card holder and recipient - have their app installed...
K9 Ventures
I last ordered business cards in 2009. I think I ordered a thousand of them. And I haven't run out of them yet - because most times when I need them, I don't have them on me. They're either at the office, or in my car, or in my backpack; but never with me where/when ...
Medium
I last ordered business cards in 2009. I think I ordered a thousand of them. And I haven't run out of them yet - because most times when I need them, I don't have them on me. They're either at the...
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