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LeadSquared is a popular marketing automation and lead management software for B2B and B2C businesses.
Winner of our 2016 Experts' Choice Award. A sales and marketing CRM for small business that helps to automate reporting and streamline workflow.
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LeadSquared offers integrations with the following business systems and applications:
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|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business||Small Business | Freelancers|
LeadSquared offers two products with different pricing packages. Users may check out their features with its 15-day free trial. Once the trial is over, users may choose among the following plans:
Basic – $200/month billed annually
Standard – $600/month billed annually
Enterprise – $1,800/month billed annually
Sales + Mobile CRM
Lite – $25/user/month billed annually
Pro – $50/user/month billed annually
Super – $100/user/month billed annually
For businesses with more than 100 users, requesting a quote is required for custom pricing.
RevampCRM offers three flexible pricing plans adjusted to various needs of companies. You can also sign up for a 30-day free trial that will let you test all the key features of the software.
Small Business Plans
Strawberry Plan – Free
Everything you need to manage your customers, prospects, and sales:
Orange Plan – $10 per user/month (billed annually) or $12/user/month (billed monthly)
Best for companies with sales teams:
Pineapple Plan – $16 per user/month (billed annually) or $19/user/month (billed monthly)
Best for companies with sales teams and/or online store:
Features included in all plans:
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Suite 170, Iselin,
| 8400 Normandale Lake Blvd., Suite 920, |
Minneapolis, MN 55434,
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You should note that even though both RevampCRM and LeadSquared may offer a top quality range of features every product may be designed for a different business size. If you are comparing features you should focus on a business type they are catering to. Specific features may scale up with no problem for huge enterprises but if you run a small or medium company it’s often better to stay away from paying for complex features that you might never have a chance to use.