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Paul-Henri PoirierFrench - Product lover - CPO angelsquare

What are the best tools for VCs ?

I am looking for the best tools VCs use to crack their dealflow / follow-up / daily tasks and more...
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    Salesflare CRM

    Intelligent sales CRM for startups who thrive on technology

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    Jeroen Corthout ☕6Co-Founder Salesflare · Written
    Jeroen Corthout ☕ made this product
    I might be biased as co-founder of Salesflare, but we have a series of happy VCs on our software, tracking their dealflow etc. Always happy to hook you guys up if you like to hear their experience!
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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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    Folk

    The next generation contact manager

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    Jonathan Costet3Marketing & Content Manager · Written
    Jonathan Costet made this product
    Disclaimer: I'm not a VC... but I know plenty! And a good VC depends first and foremost on the quality of his network. That's why I'm suggesting Folk, it's an easy-to-use contact manager/CRM that automates a lot of low value tasks (enrichment, merging, etc...) and lets you focus on building and maintaining relationships instead!
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      Jonathan CostetMarketing & Content Manager

      I've been using Folk in private beta for some time, and I'm glad I can finally tell the world how much of a game-changer it has been for me! Folk saves me a HUGE amount of time: it keeps all my contacts from multiple sources in one place, it automatically deduplicates/enriches/adds email threads to contacts, AND it acts like a CRM but for my network. I had tested many options before, so I'm relieved I won't have to switch tools back-and-forth anymore!

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      David RyanCreator of Corilla.

      New product that instantly made me smile. It fits in between the virtually useless contacts list in Gmail and the distant-feeling CRM in the cloud. Using it made me realise this happy medium of Folk is much quicker for the kind of contact management and outreach most relevant for our company. Plus the overall UX and beautiful UI run rings around the majority of CRMs and contact managers out there.

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    Juhan KaarmaCo-founder @www.chatcreate.com · Written
    It's an amazing tool our investors are developing for screening startups and organising their dealflow.
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    FollowUp Personal CRM

    The personal CRM for Gmail

    It's not a salesy CRM, it's not managing stuff in email or spreadsheet.
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      angelaProduct Manager

      I've been using this product for 2 months to keep track of people that I want to continue to engage with in my network personally. For people I don't talk to frequently, I set a desired follow-up amount of time (2 weeks, 1 month, 3 months, etc) and then I never have to worry about "forgetting" to keep in touch with people.

      The app creates events on your Google Calendar and sends an email when you haven't been in touch with someone past the follow-up timeframe you set.

      One caveat for me is that it works on Gmail rather than Inbox, and with events and emails more than Tasks.

    • being lazy as I am this is first CRM that I use on day to day basis. no need to login into other system, everything is handy and simple, feature list is simple but powerful