Whether you’re using CRM software, a POS app, or a social networking site, there are a multitude of platforms to help you identify new prospects and boost your company’s overall retention rates.
Q. What is your favorite mobile app for sales and why?
I have been using Pipedrive for a few months and it is one of the best CRMs I have ever used. It’s easy to organize your contacts and keep them moving through your deal flow. –Katrina German, OneStory
3. Shopify POS App
We use Shopify to power our online shop, and their simple app makes it so easy to manage inventory and check reports on the go. The Shopify POS app allows you to take orders from anywhere, so you’re always able to sell product, no matter where you are. –Jaime Derringer, Design Milk
There are many CRM programs out there, but Contactually is my go-to resource. One thing I found with other CRM programs is they felt very rigid and structured–the client felt like they were in a funnel. What I love about Contactually is that it makes the sales process feel intimate and personalized to the client, even though behind-the-scenes things are running like a well-oiled machine. –Jules Taggart, Jules Taggart Marketing Strategy
5. Amazon Shopping App
The Amazon.com shopping app can be used not only for ordering products, but also for studying the competition and market around you. With the Amazon app, you can see movements in what’s hot, trends within different niche markets, and also read up on the latest comments, reviews, and ratings from real customers. –Zac Johnson, How to Start a Blog
6. HubSpot Sidekick
HubSpot is already a great CRM product; however, the addition of Sidekick allows you to see when a potential client opens an email. This is huge in allowing you to contact a lead when they are actively looking at sales emails in real time. –Jason Fisch, Fisch Solutions, INC
7. Base CRM
Base CRM is a free application that allows you to effectively manage your customers, leads, sales funnel, phones calls, and more. It’s an extremely powerful tool that helps streamline the sales process. –Antonio Calabrese, Boonle