we all hate salesforce, alternatives please
To find a Salesforce alternative, I recommend downloading our free Top 40 CRM Software report where we compare 40 customer relationship management software solution. It's a great was to see side-by-side pricing and key feature information. Off the top of my head, I would recommend Netsuite CRM, which is offered as a SaaS solution (like Salesforce) and is great for mid- to enterprise-sized companies. If you're looking for something a little less expensive, check out SugarCRMwhich has incredibly flexible deployment options and is great for all business sizes. There are a bunch more alternatives on the free report, so make sure to check it out!
I'm an ex sf.com user. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you mind telling me why we hate Salesforce?
Salesforce is not just a very successful company, it is also one that virtually heralded the SAAS revolution. It has done a lot of pioneering work- notably in creating a partnership model for other ISVs to leverage.
Am I a partner? Heck, no. I am a competitor. But, hate them?
Why should I?
Because all the work they did, we find it easy to focus on our product and its benefits rather than defending cloud computing. I thank them.
That is not to say Salesforce has a great product or indeed, it can't be improved or beaten. We live in hope :)
Hi John - LeadTrac is web-based CRM that may be a good option for you. There are various features and modules for different types of businesses. If you do real estate or financial services or provide legal services or just need to manage leads, clients, agreements, electronic documents, appointments, notes etc....then LeadTrac might be a great option. Check it out at www.ndsone.com or schedule a demo with Sales@nationaldatasys.com
I prefer BPMonline CRM to Salesforce. This solution provides a lot of cool features but way cheaper. What makes BPMonline stand out from the rest of CRM solutions is a professional business process management engine to design, automate, monitor, and supervise business processes. Check out http://www.bpmonline.com/roi