Contactually turns your contacts into relationships, all over email. We know when you email a new lead and reveal what we previously know on him. We propose a few particular questions to discover more: how did you meet, how significant is he, what are the following steps. We parse your answer and automatically launch all rich information to your CRM. Joining the appropriate person at the appropriate time with the accurate info is smooth with Contactually. Enhance your CRM and maximize your relationships.
Founded in 2011 by Jeff Carbonella, Zvi Band, and Tony Cappaert, Contactually is a customer relationship marketing (CRM) platform that enables individuals and businesses to track efficiently organizational results, identify key relationships, and consistently follow up with clients.
It has a surprisingly fresh take on CRM solutions and comes with several useful features that include real-time insights, integration with other marketing tools, pipelines to track revenues, content libraries to access pre-configured email templates, and bucket managing for organizing, tracking, and identifying key relationships. Are you planning on using Contactually too? If so, follow the steps below to get a free 30-day trial:
Enter https://www.contactually.com/ in the URL of your browser and scroll down to learn more about the customer relationship management platform, how it works, and its benefits. Once done, click on the “Start Your Free 30-Day Trial”, located at the center of the page (highlighted in light orange).
After clicking on the “Start Your Free 30-Day Trial” option, you will be redirected to the sign-up page. As you notice, you will be asked to enter contact information. Enter your first name, last name, and phone number. Select the company size and the reason you are evaluating Contactually. Finally, enter your work email and choose a password for the website. Click on the “Start Free Trial” option and enjoy using the platform free-of-cost for 30 days.
The free trial won’t last forever, which means you will have to select a pricing plan. In general, there are three different options available: basic ($29 per month), professional ($49 per month), and enterprise ($99 per month). Pick the one that best satisfies your terms and budget and enjoy managing your customer relationships in the best way possible.
Now that you feel familiar with the steps mentioned above acquiring a free trial for Contactually won’t be a problem.
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Cloudswave Score for Contactually
Rating based on 91 Critic Reviews
The software is ideal primarily for small and medium sized firms that want to remain in contact with their main contractors, collaborators and suppliers, as well as freelancers who need to communicate with their multiple clients using one solid communication platform.
Jennifer Harris, on GetApp
I have been using, or should I say paying, for Contactually for the past year. I was looking for a CRM that would keep my contacts organized and in one place, and one which would help me follow-up with leads and prospects. Initially, Contactually seemed like the CRM for me. I loved the Outlook plug-in and the social intergrations. However, things started to go sideways quickly. Some of my contacts started syncing incorrectly with Facebook contacts--merging completely different people into one. Contacts that I deleted (repeatedly) were re-appearing with outdated info. Support was quick to respond, but they couldn't provide an answer, or a solution. They blamed Facebook and essentially said there was nothing more that they could do. I eventually had to un-link my Facebook account. About three weeks later, they contacted me to say that they had discovered a bug and that it should be fixed. Some time after that, they discontinued integration with Facebook. The next issue I had was the Outlook plug-in started malfunctioning. I would get error messages when sending email. Again, Support was quick to respond, however they couldn't locate the source of the problem. To be honest, I've never explored the marketing aspects of Contactually--the ability to set up automated email programs etc. I think I knew I wouldn't stick with the system long-term so I didn't bother to set anything up. I've been searching for another (cheaper) CRM for the past month.
Pros : I love the clean interface. Support was always very responsive, if somewhat limited in their ability to provide answers. As far as relationship management, the system does a good job of prompting you to contact people you haven't interacted with in a while. It also gives you a letter grade every week to let you know how you're doing, which is fun and motivating. There are lots of free webinars offered on how to use Contactually and how to improve your business. The Outlook plug-in is great (when
Cons : For me, the cost is too much for a system that I am not using to its full potential. In the process of trying to find another CRM, I've encountered plenty alternatives at less than 1/3 the cost. The inability of Support to identify and solve problems I had with the system is also a con. The only Social integrations are Twitter and Linked In, so the benefits of those to me are slim. The bottom line is that I would probably stick with Contactually if the price was right--and for me that means no m
Andrew Cabasso, on Juris Page
Contactually provides an extremely user-friendly CRM that would be an asset to any law firm looking to help its team stay on top of its contacts. Though the feature set don’t exactly make it a Salesforce competitor, it provides a solid set of CRM tools to help law firms manage their contacts, keep in touch, and develop their business.
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