|Quote-based||Monthly payment | Annual Subscription|
A CRM that goes beyond lead and contact management to give you true visibility into the sales pipeline and how it is changing over time.
Salesforce CRM is a software app that lets you track all customer information and interactions in one location to follow more leads.
|Types of Customers|
Types of Customers
|Small Business||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers|
|Landauer Inc., MercuryGate, iProspect||Time Warner Cable, Dell, American Red Cross, Comcast, Wells Fargo|
|List of Features|
List of Features
Salesforce CRM integrates with the following business systems and applications:
|English||English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Portugese, Swedish|
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Pricing for Salesnet is available only by quote. Contact the company directly for pricing details. You can also try out the software for 30 days at no cost with Salesnet free trial.
Salesforce CRM offers four SMB and enterprise pricing plans billed annually. Give the details a look, and select your plan. You can also test Salesforce with a free demo version of the software. Start your free demo of Salesforce here.
Lightning Essentials – $25/user/month
Lightning Professional – $75/user/month
Lightning Enterprise – $150/user/month
Lightning Unlimited – $300/user/month
|Learn more about Salesnet pricing||Learn more about Salesforce CRM pricing|
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Almost as essential as functionalities and user support quality are pricing plans given by Salesforce CRM and Salesnet. Even though price should not be the only factor it’s surely a significant thing to consider. You should try to find a flexible pricing package that can be adjusted to your company size and effortlessly scaled up when your company expands. You should be certain you don’t select pricing plans that have extra functionalities that you won’t use and always try to get in touch with the vendor directly because enterprises can often count on more affordable prices. You should also try out a free trial or demo of each product to spend at least some time using it. It’s a useful experience that doesn’t require you to invest any money and provides you with a solid overview of what it’s like to work with Salesforce CRM and Salesnet.