Thousands of startups are using Pipedrive as their CRM tool. It’s because Pipedrive helps them complete activities that are key to success.
Find customers for your product
Effectively manage your fundraising process
Improve your chances of getting media coverage
Manage your contacts and conversations
Manage your partnerships without dropping the ball
Being a startup ourselves, we built Pipedrive with other startups in mind - flexible and results-oriented.
The key feature for Pipedrive is the sales pipeline. When we first started Pipedrive, we realised from our own startup experience that the sales pipeline is not only great for sales and managing your contacts, but for solving many other problems that startups face.
However, the ease of use and implementation are key to you and your startup team actually using the tool. Here’s what we’ve learned from the thousands of startups who use Pipedrive; there are five things startups look for in a CRM:
We’ve drawn up recommendations for different scenarios
|Less than 20 contacts||Spreadsheet - since you
probably don’t need a CRM.
Here’s a free template
|Lots of cold calling||Close.io||59$-299$user / month|
|More than 150 salespeople,
nearly unlimited resources
|29$-290$user / month|
|Startups with sales activities and a
need for process management
|15$user / month|
The best thing we love about Pipedrive is it does two-way sync with Google Apps. It has helped us to better organise and keep everything on track.
As a social media agency who pride ourselves on communication, proactivity and results, it’s great that our sales support software shares this ethos. Since we started using Pipedrive we have never looked back, and our sales have increased as a result of being so organised.
Pipedrive is very simple to use on the surface but can become quite powerful if you dig a little deeper. I particularly like the integration with Slack, which helps keep the sales team up to date.
We’ve built a CRM for startups which helps you get organised, focus on the right deals and close deals in less time.
Many startups have switched from using spreadsheets and other CRMs to Pipedrive, citing great design, simplicity and the focus on sales as the main reasons.