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What tools do you use in your sales process?

It might be CRMs, sales automation tools, call back tools, chats and so on and so on :)
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  1. 35
    Salesflare CRM

    Intelligent sales CRM for startups who thrive on technology

    Jocelyn Tan6Growth Strategist Intern in Antwerp, BE Β· Written
    Jocelyn Tan made this product
    Hands down your go-to CRM that startups love. Salesflare is one of few CRMs that intuitively automates your workflow for you. Your data entry and to-do reminders are fully automated in this cloud-based system, so you sell more with less work.
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    • I've used so many CRMs in the past, and have also looked at lots of others too. I was first attracted to Salesflare by the clean design and ease of use, but then was very impressed with just how powerful it is. It integrates so well with Gmail, that it just became a natural extension of how I work. Also the developers have been offering great support too. I highly recommend Salesflare.

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    • Matt Pliszkadiscovering SaaS apps at pickSaaS.com

      Love the way Salesflare automates your daily work with the CRM, it's really comfortable and saves a lot of time, at the same time providing all the most important CRM functionalities.

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  2. Alexis Kratko3Founder at Snov.io Β· Written
    Alexis Kratko made this product
    1. Gets emails from LinkedIn profiles. 2. Domain search shows all emails on a certain domain often along with names and job titles. 3. Bulk Email Verifier (400 free emails verifications per month. 4. Boolean search tool. 5. Company or People search tool within app tools. And, of course, a chrome extension on top of that which helps to get emails on websites on the fly as you browse them.
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    easy to work with and efficient
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    Best Verifier!
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  3. 20
    Good Sales Emails

    Best sales emails from great companies

    Mohammed Rafy4All things Community Β· Written
    They have some of the good templates for cold emails.
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  4. 20
    Zenkit

    The project management tool that grows with you

    Patrick SchΓΌller7Marketing/SEO @Zenkit Β· Written
    I can really recommend Zenkit. The data collections in our free project management solution can be used as a CRM. The calendar view is great for scheduling meetings. Also, the commenting feature is great for giving context to team members. Disclaimer: I work at Zenkit.
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    Dave CantonSoftware Developer Β· Written
    I've discovered Zenkit after unhappily using some other project management tools in the past. It is simply everything I needed for work in one app. Great design, great features, great usability! I also love the collaboration features. They really help me manage my team, tasks and projects.
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    • Using Zenkit for a few months now and can't see myself going back to my old tool. The team has done a phenominal job of building an application that addresses the need of power users, light users, and everything in between.

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    • Edited my review to reflect the awesome response time to problem I encountered. Incredible, hard working team and their app reflects the care and dedication they have put into Zenkit. Keep up the great work, Zenkit!

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    Clearbit Connect

    Rapportive on steroids. See data about contacts in Gmail.

    Vinit Agrawal13Co-Founder at Tars (HelloTars.com) Β· Written
    Great way to quickly get information about the team of a company. Opens up right in your Gmail.
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    • I just can't see paying $466 per month for a license -OR- giving them complete access to all of my contacts.

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  6. 9
    Streak

    CRM in your inbox - for Gmail

    Marian KanevEntrepreneurship, growth hacking, drones Β· Written
    Streak for Gmail is one of the easiest and at the same time one of the most convenient ways to create Sales funnel, add comments, tasks, phone calls, attachments and at the same time automatically collect email follow ups in one place and accessible at any convenient time.
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    • Jonathan KnegtelBuilding blockdata.tech

      I've used Streak for + 3 years and has always been my go to. I've set it up for clients for sales, project management and my personal inbox.

      Support is always willing to help and once you think you have mastered it, there is another hidden feature. (formulas in a CRM anyone?)

      Make sure to hold an onboarding session for your team and commit, it will pay off.

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    • Robert StojnicCTO, Factmata

      Indispensable for managing hires and pipelines, been using it every day for months. However, it frequently takes a couple of seconds to load, and can take longer to retrieve old emails assigned to a box.

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  7. Jason DillerChief Growth Officer Β· Written
    This is clutch on LinkedIn - I used to use a chrome extension that would import data from LinkedIn to HubSpot CRM - but it doesn't work anymore. That said, be on the look out for a solid LinkedIn Sales Navigator connection with major CRMS, including HubSpot's in 2017.
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    Nivas Ravichandran3Product Marketing - Freshsales CRM Β· Written
    Hunter is a great tool. Just saw my friend using it today. Kickass.
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  8. 7
    PipeDrive CRM

    Effortless pipeline management.

    Simon Van LierdeGrowth Marketing at @digitagtv Β· Written
    We are using this one with our all sales team ! The statistics dashboard helps us a lot forcasting the deal flow
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    Ricardo BrandaoRicardo BrandΓ£o LinkBiz Β· Written
    Best CRM with no Learning curve. As they say: "Made by Salespeople for sellers"
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  9. 5
    Freshsales CRM

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

    Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc Β· Written
    If you're looking for a CRM solution, I'd suggest giving Freshsales a spin. As a startup, we were looking for a Salesforce alternative, and that's when we decided to build Freshsales from ground-up. Freshsales is a full-fledged CRM packed with features for high-velocity sales teams. It even comes with a lifetime free plan.
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    • Steven HambletonFounder, Emailancer

      I used Pipedrive for a while but Freshsales is so much faster and the user interface, automations and built in email tracking meant I could retire a few other products.

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  10. Mohammed Rafy4All things Community Β· Written
    I don't need to tell why. This is the best CRM.
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  11. 4
    The Follow-Up Formula

    Steli Efti's new free book on success in sales & life

    Mohammed Rafy4All things Community Β· Written
    This is an excellent book whether or not you are in sales, but you win when you follow up.
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  12. 4
    Yesware

    See who's opening your emails

    Customizable email templates, mail merge, scheduled emails and open email alerts are table stakes email tools for the modern sales rep. Yesware offers these in an easy to use platform.
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  13. 3
    PandaDoc

    Send and Sign Docs, Fast and Easy

    Jason DillerChief Growth Officer Β· Written
    I've found this to be the best way to send NDAs, proposals and contracts. It's much more than "proposal software" - we love it. Also, the people there are awesome.
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    Grant FuellenbachJack of all Trades, Growth Ops @ TextUs Β· Written
    PandaDoc is far and away the most intuitive and feature rich CMS on the market. Not only allowing users to create legally binding proposals and contracts but any marketing or sales content imaginable. Truly one of my favorite tools in my tech stack.
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  14. Veasna OnnBuilding Intake 360 Β· Written
    Not sure why LinkedIn hasn't shown up earlier but this is where I start to build an initial profile for my prospects. It gives me plenty of info to build rapport and find something to relate to.
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  15. 2
    SalesLoft

    Smarter sales. More deals.

    Jason SchecknerStart Up Sales Guru, VP @HiredScore Β· Written
    Salesloft offers a great standalone or integrated product with Salesforce to offer automation while allowing for customization and personalization. Includes email, phone, and cadence features, as well as excellent Gmail and Chrome add ons
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  16. 2
    Anymail Finder

    Quickly find anyone's email address

    Vikas JhaDigital Entrepreneur & Ex- VC Β· Written
    Find out Email IDs of prospect with Anymail Finder. Most cost efficient, best results. Also the founders provide great support !I have tried other similar products as well ( Hunter, FTL etc). By far this gives the best results
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  17. 2
    Cliently

    Find new leads. Close more deals. Automatically.

    Vas MuscaOn-demand CMO. Β· Written
    It really is an end-to-end sales automation service: you can schedule how many new leads to get each day (with a pretty high level of detail), can automate your emails just like in any CRM worth its money, and can even use cool features like embedding native video in emails or making sure a specific email is triggered if your prospect tweets about something. The Cliently team even does calls for you or sets up your flows if you're on the premium plan! Really useful for professional services firms, consultants, and entrepreneurs.
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    Hector Davidceo, @GitBItbucket Β· Written
    friendly open-source platform
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  18. 2
    NetHunt CRM

    Turn Gmail into a smart CRM

    Victor IryniukMarketing Manager, NetHuntCRM. Β· Written
    Victor Iryniuk made this product
    A great combo of Pipeline Management + email marketing + Project Management. All inside Gmail!
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    • Matt Pliszkadiscovering SaaS apps at pickSaaS.com

      If Google Apps / GMail is enough for you, this is a great extension, adding CRM elements to the tools you're already using on a daily basis.

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  19. 2
    HubSpot CRM

    Organize, track, and sell

    Jason SchecknerStart Up Sales Guru, VP @HiredScore Β· Written
    As I've built out sales teams, I've ultimately always ended up on Salesforce. However, I've found the Hubspot (Both Free version and paid) to be extremely user-friendly and works right inside of Gmail with Chrome ext. They have built a lot of their own sales acceleration tools right into the platform like calling, email tracking, sequences, and gCal integration with calend.ly like add on. Good all in one tool for early stage companies!
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    • David FergusonFounder, 5000fish, Inc.

      I've been using HubSpot CRM since it was in Beta and it's really matured into a powerful CRM. I do pay for the Sales Pro tools which unlock a lot of power. There are some limitations however that make it a bad fit, you can read more about those in this review - https://www.techsmartboss.com/blog/top-things-you-should-know-about-the-limitations-of-hubspot-crm-with-workarounds/

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    • JuliΓ‘n MayaFounder, Sensorglobe

      I applied for the program through Start-Up Chile accelerator for my startup.

      It is a bad product, it lacks of quality, features and it is expensive. That is ok, you have the choice to deliver bad quality as I have the choice to find other solution.

      But I can not cancel hubspot account, now we are attached to a 12month contract per agent without any advert. I'm watching how they take my money every month even when I am not using it, and i begging them to cancel my account, they refuse.

      Keep away from hubspot for startups, this is more a SCAM than a support program.

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    Vocus.io

    Take your Gmail game to the next level

    Allan CaegFounder, NorthStories.io Β· Written
    In the world of sales & biz dev.... it's all about email. Email is how we reach to the outside world. If we're working with our team, we're likely collaborating on Slack/Trello. For prospecting, mail merge, follow ups, and open tracking... I use Vocus.io
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