Renee Sandefur
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What are some tools that business owners need in the on demand economy?

I'm completing a programming bootcamp and trying to come up with a final project. I want to do something geared toward tools that are hard for small business to acquire to keep up with the-on demand economy.
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    Freshsales CRM

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

    Tejas Kinger
    Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    Freshsales is a full-fledged CRM built from ground up for high-velocity sales teams. It is feature packed, and comes with tiered pricing plans including a no strings attached lifetime free plan for upto 10 users.
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    • Steven Hambleton
      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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    Freshdesk

    Everything you need to deliver exceptional customer support.

    Tejas Kinger
    Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    Freshdesk is a multi-channel customer support helpdesk that gives businesses everything they need to start supporting their customers via phone, email, chat, social media, as well as through their websites.
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    • It's the best software for customer support that I have ever used. Also, I like its integration with TMetric, it allows me to track how much time was spent on the overall activity in Freshdesk.

    • My teams been using this for over a month and they love it. It's increased visibility on production and helped us get a handle on customer satisfaction per ticket.

  3. Alin Vlad
    Alin VladCMO, CyberGhost · Written
    Content Marketing, Lead Generation & Nurturing, and Marketing Automation have become a must for all businesses these days. Unfortunately, they are not very affordable for small businesses.
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