Salesforce is nice because you can still use it when you scale as a company. I was very familiar with it.
Founder & CEO - Tagove
Salesforce is not just a CRM; it’s a platform. The Salesforce ecosystem is so powerful; anything you think that is outside of CRM capabilities can be plugged into Salesforce very easily (dashboards, analytics, modules, etc.). There’s a lot of plug-&-play with Salesforce. I like that it’s very open and you can customize it whatever way you want. We chose Salesforce over other CRMs because our engineers can build our specific needs into Salesforce. There’s probably a better, more specific vendor for insurance CRMs, but they wouldn’t be as customizable or have the same ecosystem of tools Salesforce has. Salesforce is very expensive, so be careful about what you add on top of it.
Founder & CEO - CoverWallet
Salesforce is good. It gives us all the info we need. It is a little bit difficult to get used to, but once you get everybody on board it works well.
Founder & CEO - Zuvaa
25%Stacklist Startups Are Using Salesforce
The platform is particularly popular among later-stage companies with a more developed sales force and a larger customer base to justify its cost. However, because of Salesforce’s ubiquity in the CRM space, it’s also used by some smaller startups. The platform has so many moving parts that it requires a lot of hands-on time to manage properly; as such, it’s favored by startups with enough internal resources to take advantage of all it has to offer.
Salesforce has a five pricing plans: The initial Group plan costs $25 per user per month; the Professional plan costs $65 per user per month; the Enterprise plan is $125 per user per month; an Unlimited plan is $250 per user per month; and the Performance Edition, which goes for $300 per user per month. Each upgrade offers additional features such as mass emails, history tracking and automated data cleansing.
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