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Automates the scheduling of meetings, calls, service appointments, text reminders, and reviews.
Rethinking customer relationship management to help customers drive more revenue + save hours of time.
Bookafy can integrate with different kinds of work apps. The following are only a few examples:
For a complete list of supported platforms, visit the website or contact support.
With RelateIQ’s API, any user can integrate the app into his or her existing organizational infrastructure. RelateIQ can likewise be integrated with other tools such as:
You can also connect the tool to over 300 Apps Using Zapier, such as:
|Learn more about Bookafy pricing||Learn more about RelateIQ pricing|
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business|
Bookafy has two options for enterprise pricing and a free version. The details for these packages are written below to help you determine the best plan for your business.
Free – Free
Pro – $7.00/user/month
Enterprise – $11.00/user/month
All contracts are billed annually. The tool also offers a 30-day free trial.
Small Team: $49 per user/month (billed annually)
Business: $99 per user/month (billed annually)
Enterprise: Starting from $199 per user/month (billed annually)
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You should note that while both Bookafy and RelateIQ may have a top quality range of features each product may be designed for a different company size. If you are analyzing various solutions you may want to pay attention to a business type they are catering to. Certain functionalities could scale up with no problem for large enterprises but if you have a small or mid-sized company it’s usually more sensible to avoid paying for complex features that you might never actually use.