We have been using HubSpot for a while and it's good. It lets us track leads and opportunities.
Co-founder & CEO - Sweet Technology
I think HubSpot’s CRM is amazing.
Co-founder & CEO - inDinero
HubSpot is free and the way they manage the pipeline is very helpful. I don't like the email extension because it slows down the browser.
Co-founder & CEO - WeFind
When we want to concentrate on the person itself, as opposed to the process of the interaction, we use HubSpot. All profile related information and related questions are better managed on HubSpot. HubSpot is also our CRM for things related to community management. For example, if one of our contacts wants to make a live video or write an article for us, we will register it on HubSpot.
Co-founder - Flexpat
We are on the free version of HubSpot, so it is not that sophisticated. Our needs are still limited but when we finish building out our parent's dashboard, we will need to upgrade our CRM.
Co-founder & CEO - Edquity
HubSpot CRM comes for free with the marketing tool. It is definitely good for our minimal needs.
Founder & CEO - Re-Nuble
HubSpot handles all of our presale engagement.
VP of Technology - Gust
We are currently using HubSpot, but we still have a lot of excel spreadsheets. As we grow, we’ll certainly look into additional platforms for CRM.
Co-founder & CEO - Olika
HubSpot is pretty good. It picks up all the details of a contact whenever you add in their email address. It saves a lot of time. Their CRM makes it easy to look up and organize what you want to see in your reports. I like that you can organize everything in one place to get it together with your marketing campaigns.
Co-founder & CEO - Adeva
We used to use HubSpot for keeping track of VC’s. But it was too much work, so we stopped. Now we just use Trello.
Founder & CEO - Current
We are currently trying HubSpot. It seems to have great reach and integration.
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Co-founder & CEO - T-shaped
We use HubSpot for email management and automation. It has a Google plugin that works well.
Product Marketing Director - Nugit
HubSpot CRM integrates seamlessly with our workflow and works perfectly on all devices. It is very very nice and creates no anxiety.
Founder & CEO - Yobi
HubSpot is also our CRM--it works great. We tried PipeDrive but customer support was not as good as HubSpot.
Founder - Printabowl
We don’t have a hardcore CRM, but we do use HubSpot as a CRM a little bit. Our customers are founders and startups, so it’s pretty automated regarding our sales process (thus we don’t need a real CRM for sales). You sign up and get a series of welcome and onboarding drips.
Co-founder & CEO - Foundersuite
We were already on HubSpot when they came out with the CRM, so we just adopted it. It works well.
Co-founder & CTO - Valify
HubSpot is good. Every CRM is somewhat the same, and they serve a purpose.
Founder - Magical Butter
HubSpot CRM has been helpful; if you type in an email address or company URL, it autofills the other fields for you. You can specify your pipeline, it’s easy to create notes, and it automatically pulls in email conversations with particular leads and clients from your inbox. Also, it’s free.
Co-founder - Simple Fractal
HubSpot does the job as a CRM--I can’t dislike it. There are a lot of fields you don’t need so you need to spend time cleaning that up, which can be an annoying process.
Co-founder & CEO - ContainerShip
We actually use HubSpot's CRM/Sales extension to do all of our scheduling. It ties in with Google Calendar easily, which makes scheduling through email convenient.
Co-founder & CEO - Smync
The reporting is very annoying and weak. We switched from Base CRM, which had phenomenal reporting and cohort tracking. With HubSpot, it feels very… amateur hour. We switched because we wanted all our customers in one place and we couldn’t transfer with Salesforce or Base. We got a massive discount with HubSpot, so we are getting value from them at the moment.
Co-founder & CEO - Occasion
We tried to use QuickBooks as a CRM, but it was not great. Now we use HubSpot and it works well for us: any interaction with our website is recorded.
Founder & Chief Doer - March Media
We like HubSpot because it is lighter weight and way easier to use. At the rhythm we are growing now, we will have to unfortunately move back to Salesforce. I am not looking forward to it because I hate the UI, but it scales better for bigger companies.
Co-founder & CEO - Qordoba
We use HubSpot CRM to track influencers, not to sell to customers. Since we are self service, we don’t need a sales team. So it’s more for marketing purposes.
Co-founder & CEO - Venngage
HubSpot CRM is not perfect, but it does the job. And their free version is more than enough for us. We don’t want to go too fast into using an advanced CRM right now.
Co-founder & CEO - DOZ
HubSpot CRM is good. It’s really easy to use, and has a cleaner interface than Salesforce. It’s not nearly as sophisticated as Salesforce, but that’s why we chose it. Salesforce was overblown for our stage.
Co-founder & CEO - Bold
HubSpot, with some custom modifications, is what we use for our CRM. We built and custom-coded it to make it our sales portal. It ties into Shopify too, which is great, since we sell software and hardware. Our HubSpot CRM pulls info into both HubSpot and Shopify.
Co-founder & CIO - Enplug
HubSpot CRM is crazy good!
Founder & CEO - EventBrowse.com
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