Top 25 CRMs of 2015 [Infographic]
“What CRM do you use?”
This is a question we hear so frequently that we thought it could be helpful to break down some of the top CRMs for sales teams out there. Of course, there is no “one size fits all” solution. Your individual needs will vary based on the size of your company, your industry, and so many other factors, but we think you’ll find the data below help if you’re looking for a new CRM or just evaluating your current application.
Today’s CRM applications are expected to accomplish so many tasks and often serve as a central hub for sales teams. On the evolution of these applications, here’s what GetRank’s report has to say:
While the old idea of CRM was as simple as having an Excel spreadsheet housing a list of contacts, the current state of CRM has grown to include sales, marketing automation, and many other seemingly unrelated features. The idea is to create seamless integration between departments and channels so that the entire customer journey has been recorded from start to finish, with a unified view of the customer that provides valuable information to sales, marketing, or any touch point that the customer might encounter.
-GetRank Customer Management Report
Each quarter, GetApp ranks the top 25 cloud-based CRMs based on the following criteria: User reviews, integrations, mobile apps, media presence and security. Check out their infographic below that breaks down 25 CRMs based on those 5 criteria.
There you have it! 25 cloud-based CRMs ranked according to user reviews, integrations, mobile apps, media presence and security.
Tell us in the comments below: What CRM application do you use? Which would you recommend to other sales professionals? What specifics do you look for in a CRM?
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