We outgrew ProsperWorks so decided to upgrade to Salesforce. Salesforce is a pain to implement, but if you do it right, it's the best out there. We have a complex, nuanced business, so a straight CRM tool is not how we actually manage our business, but it’s a solid way to keep track of what’s going on. It also helps our marketing team in their efforts to support sales.
Founder & CEO - Vestwell
ProsperWorks is integrated with G Suite, allowing you to take actions directly from your email. You can create contacts, and analyze opportunities. It takes less clicks to do everything.
Founder & President - RippleMatch
We switched from Salesforce to ProsperWorks. It is three times cheaper and we love it much better. I think that, if your sales team size is up to 10 people, you may not need all the features that Salesforce provides right away. ProsperWorks natively integrates with Gmail and shows you all conversation with specific prospect in one place, without ever the need to BCC. The pipeline is visually better. The Chrome plugin is great as well.
CEO & Founder - Reply
We recently switched to ProsperWorks. They’re great because they integrate well into Google Apps. Some time is required to set up, but it’s probably the best of the CRMs we’ve looked at (which is many, many).
Co-founder & CEO - Beamery
ProsperWorks integrates super smoothly with Gmail.
Co-founder & CEO - getPartnered
I’m the only one who really uses ProsperWorks, and it’s better than a spreadsheet. They’re building it out to be pretty robust, I don’t really need that yet. I started using them because of their Gmail integration, and they have an extension where you can use it inside your Gmail. The extension turned out to be pretty buggy when using it with other extensions, like Yesware. I told them that, and they can’t fix it, so I had to turn ProsperWorks Chrome extension off, which means I’m no longer getting the full benefit of it.
Co-founder - Underdog.io
We switched over from Salesforce to ProsperWorks in August 2015. A big reason why we even considered the change was that, despite hiring multiple consultants, we simply couldn't get Salesforce to a place where anyone on the team would consistently use it. In addition to that, in order to use Salesforce effectively with Google Apps, we had to have a third-party subscription that enabled easy calendar and email data sync. I found that ProsperWorks is truly built, as they say, for Google Apps from the ground up. Their Gmail extension is fantastic, and the way it pulls data in via FullContact is really, really helpful (no doubt that is something that is possible with a Salesforce third party, but probably an additional cost). But the best part of ProsperWorks is that I can get the team to use it with limited training or explanation. We haven't rolled it out yet to whole team, but those we've offered it to have had no problem using it and are already seeing the benefits. The bottom line is that, in our experience, the gap from signing up to getting value was so much smaller with Prosperworks than with Salesforce. I would say that, unless you know for certain that you want and need Salesforce, and you use Google Apps, then ProsperWorks is worth a close look.
Founding Partner, Chief Product Officer - Reboot
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