Sarah BaxCo-Founder by day, Mom by night

What's the best CRM for a new small business?

Looking for an inexpensive, easy CRM that integrates with other tools like MailChimp, Trello, Slack, and works well for a small sales team of around 2-3 people.
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    Salesflare CRM

    Simple yet powerful CRM for small businesses selling B2B

    Tomer AharonCo-Founder of Poptin, Prospero & Premio · Written
    Small businesses typically benefit most from straightforward CRM systems that allow your salespeople to focus their efforts on customers and nothing else, so I’d suggest Salesflare. You won’t have to manually input data anymore, as Salesflare integrates with your email, calendar, phone, social, web, company databases, etc. It’s a sales CRM that fully automates customer info and timelines. Automated timelines show you all you need to follow up on a customer (there’s also email and website tracking). In addition to Gmail and Outlook, you can connect Salesflare to 1,000+ apps via Zapier. There’s also an API to build on.
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    Freshsales CRM

    A full-fledged CRM for high-velocity sales teams.

    Tejas KingerPMM @ Plum | Prev. @ Freshworks Hiver · Written
    Hey Sarah! I might be a little biased here, but I'd suggest picking Freshsales CRM. Freshsales is an all-in-one cloud-based Sales CRM. It comes with an intuitive UI, is easy to set up, and comes with a built-in phone and email system making it perfect for a small sales team of 2-3 people. Freshsales currently integrates with MailChimp, and our Trello integration should be up and running in a week. We currently do not integrate with Slack, but we do have something very very exciting coming up on the integrations front which should be announced in about 10 days or so. I'd say give Freshsales a spin.
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    Copper CRM

    The #1 CRM for customers who love Google.

    Supriya GuptaMarketing Manager @RetargetLinks · Written
    We use Copper as a startup and it works really great for us!
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