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See who opens your emails with real-time notifications
Save emails directly to Salesforce
See complete customer profiles with each message
Sync Google Calendar & Contacts to Salesforce
Sync Outlook Calendar to Salesforce
Create leads/contacts with Contact Capture
Use Salesforce templates in your inbox
Instantly create and update opportunities/cases
Track Salesforce usage and adoption rates with Cirrus Analytics
Integrates with all your favorite Salesforce apps
Compatible with Gmail, iPhone/iPad, Office 365, Outlook 2013 and all editions of Salesforce
50 Marketing Users
Best Practice Programs & Templates
Access to our Topliners Marketing Community
Standard Support (5/12)
On-Demand Product Education Sessions
Required Onboarding $5,000
Plus $10 per 1k extra
Content Creation and Optimization
Social Media Suite
Marketing Analytics Dashboards
Goal Based Nurturing
Custom Event Reporting
Custom Event Automation Triggers
A/B Testing CTAs
A/B Test Emails
Predictive Lead Scoring
Cirrus Insight has been one of those products that are a great concept but can be a bit finicky at times. I’ll explain. First off, I use Cirrus Insight as a tool that attaches to my Gmail account. Cirrus is then linked to my Salesforce profile so that all my activity can be synchronized and saved. Since Gmail is the primary email provider I use for work, it is a perfect and seamless integration. The Cirrus Insight toolbar appears on the right-hand side of the Gmail inbox and contains valuable information. From the tabs top to bottom, they include: a search bar that allows you to search for any lead, contact or account that is saved in Salesforce. This is a great tool if you need to search for someone/thing quickly without having to navigate away from the screen you’re on. Second, there is a “My Task” tab that lists all Salesforce tasks that have been entered. You can add a task at any time as well as set the filter for how tasks are displayed. By default, I use the “Today Overdue” marker to show me what tasks I need to complete today as well as what tasks I have missed.There is also a “snapshot” tab that gives you a quick look at any person that you are focused on. It will show you what account they are associated with, if there are opportunities in Salesforce that are associated with this individual, and you can also find activity.
Eloqua is definitely a powerful tool when it comes to email marketing with all the functionality and metrics you can use. It also works well with other tools like Salesforce and SnapApp. The tool is very difficult to use and requires a lot of manual work to set up email templates as well as landing page templates.
The HubSpot platform is extremely powerful. I tend to think of their tool as a serious of different positions within my marketing team. I firmly believe we could (and should) have 1 person for each of the core functions offered in HubSpot. That isn't to say you MUST have a person for each role... I say that because I don't want to discourage anyone from using HubSpot's robust and scalable platform for their team. In other words, I think that you can buy HubSpot today and grow with HubSpot tomorrow.
Wednesday 12 August 2015
Cirrus Insight Use Cases and Deployment ScopeBeing a small business, I wear a lot of hats, and any tool that can streamline activities and save me time at a reasonable cost is highly appreciated and valuable. In working with Cirrus Insight, I appreciate their forward-looking approach to their system as it has had small positive steps (syncing contacts and calendars) and huge leaps (templates integration, follow-up tasks/reminders and integration with custom objects) throughout my experience. It saves me a TON of time and makes my work life much more efficient.More about Cirrus Insight
Tuesday 28 February 2012
It’s a good value, despite the relatively high cost. If you can handle the learning curve, it’s a good investment. Eloqua has top-notch features and support, and customers tend to think that despite the price, it’s a good value. Once you master the learning curve, the possibilities are limited by your personnel—not the product.More about Oracle Eloqua
Thursday 23 May 2013
Look, I know you may still have some questions. I could have written all day about what I love about HS but I figured 2500 words was enough for even the most patient of readers.More about HubSpot
Sunday 08 February 2015
I am really impressed with Samanage, they have a great product with unique features. Usability is supereb and design is pleasant to the eyes. If you are looking for a Service Desk, give Samanage a chance with a 14 days trial, just to see what a great Service Desk looks like.More about Samanage
Friday 01 February 2013
The system will work wonderfully 80% of the time but the other 20% of the time system breaks down (workflows wont work, wont capture valuable leads, will spam lists despite a suppression list, etc.). The development team is always working on it, but this can take 48+ hours with no communication and really no explanation.More about HubSpot
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