We adopted RelateIQ, which is part of Salesforce. In a short time we increased from 4 employees to 35 employees mostly on the sales side. Our backend development integrates with account management. Salesforce is the only option as you scale.
Co-founder - Bayzat
We tried SalesforceIQ and it was great but we soon realized that we didn’t really need it for our type of business as we are not doing B2B as much.
Co-founder & CEO - One Month
SalesforceIQ is great because I don’t have to use tools like Mixmax or Boomerang. It has your snippets, it lets you send emails later, you get read receipts—it’s the whole package. I find their design and setup is great.
Co-founder & CEO - Roadmunk
6%Stacklist Startups Are Using SalesforceIQ (formerly RelateIQ)
SalesforceIQ (formerly RelateIQ) boasts a more streamlined approach to customer relationship management than its competitors, with an emphasis on allowing users to access the information they need with minimal effort. How does it do this, exactly? By automatically updating itself from customer and prospect communications, providing in-depth customer information with one click and leveraging data-driven intelligence to provide valuable customer insights. While SalesforceIQ doesn’t share the seemingly endless number of features of its parent company, Salesforce, it has found a reliable following among companies that value its balance of simplicity and power.
SalesforceIQ lies in the middle of the CRM spectrum: Not quite as simple as Pipeline or Highrise, but not as complex as Salesforce. As such, it is used mostly by smaller startups that have greater CRM needs than your typical seed-stage company, and by the occasional mid-sized company that prefers a simpler CRM platform.
SalesforceIQ has three packages to choose from, with prices that reflect the additional features included: a Starter package for $25/user per month; a Growth package for $65/user per month; and a Business package that weighs in at $125/user per month.