|Monthly payment | Annual Subscription||Monthly payment | Annual Subscription|
Productivity software designed specifically for creative agencies and professionals. This cloud-based platform combines core business functionalities into a unified solution.
Insightly is the winner of our 2015 Best CRM Software Award. It is a service that integrates customer relationship with project management in mobile and social platforms.
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|Conquer Mobile, Parcel, Chute Gerdeman||InMotion, Moose Country Gear, Phillips Financial Planning, Reddit, ShuttleCloud|
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Insightly has a good selection of pricing tiers to cater just what your organization and system requires. A free 14-day trial is available so you can try all the advanced features in the Professional Plans. After the trial is over, you may choose to cancel, upgrade, or downgrade to a completely free plan.
Here are the details of Insightly’s available subscription plans:
Plus Plan – $29/month per user billed annually or $35/month per user billed monthly
Professional Plan – $49/month per user billed annually or $59/month per user billed monthly
Enterprise Plan – $99/month per user billed annually or $129/month per user billed monthly
Funtion Point integrates with the following business systems and applications:
Insightly integrates with the following business systems and applications:
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|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers|
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Please keep in mind that even though both Function Point and Insightly may provide a top quality set of features every service might be designed for a different business size. If you are studying different apps you should give some attention to a company size they are meant for. Specific elements may scale up effectively for huge enterprises but if you own a small or mid-sized business it’s usually better to stay away from paying for advanced features that you may never have a chance to use.