Wer nutzt diese Software?
Small-business outbound sales teams that are looking for an affordable, easy-to-use CRM that can be fully implemented on Day 1.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung337 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4 / 5
- Kundenservice 4 / 5
- Funktionen 4 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4 / 5
- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja, Kostenlose Testversion
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Mobile - iOS Native
Mobile - Android Native
Support währen der Geschäftszeiten
Angaben zum Hersteller
- Gegründet 2009
Nutshell is the sales teams essential CRM. Move faster, work smarter, and close more deals with best-in-class tools, time-saving integrations, sales automation, and world-class live support. We love sales teams and sales teams love Nutshell. Don't take it from us, take it from thousands of companies growing every day with Nutshell. We just need a CRM that gets it and does it right, and that's Nutshell. - Kristen Hay, Bloomerang.
- Angebote / Vorschläge
- E-Mail Marketing
- Interne Chat-Integration
- Lead Scoring
- Mobiler Zugriff
- Gemeinsame Kontakte
- Kontakte importieren/exportieren
- Suchen / filtern
- Verfolgung von Interaktionen
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Nutshell
Bewertet am 19.5.2017
I've used CRM software on Mac, PC, & midrange IBM systems. Nutshell is at the top of the heap.
Kommentare: It's CRM that actually is liked and used!
Vorteile: Easy and flexible setup; consistently clear design. Can use basic functions without tripping over the advanced ones, and can gradually add feature/function for a smooth transition from beginner to power user. I also like the way you have color-keyed the function buttons to the main color on functional screens. A nice visual orientation cue!
I worked full-time in the design profession for 17 years, so this is a 'studied' critique:
There is a lot of market pressure for tech products to follow design trends. Unfortunately, design trends often are based on designers designing for other designers -- which tends to leave certain kinds of user needs out in the cold. One of the most common of these 'orphaned' needs is the need for contrast and clarity. Nutshell's UI gets high marks in my book for uncluttered design and common-sense functionality. But as people get older, it gradually becomes harder to distinguish low-contrast elements in a design. Contrast (and color, of course) also can be used (and is used to a degree in Nutshell) to 'lead the eye to where the action is. ' My suggestions for improving the main user screen are these:
1) Search Everything is, by definition, a key feature -- it should have a STRONG presence, instead of looking almost greyed-out.
2) Use bolder and slightly larger text throughout. To a degree, weight and size will compensate for lack of contrast -- and without cluttering the layout.
Antwort des Softwareanbieters
von Nutshell an 30.5.2017
Thanks for taking the time to give us some feedback. We appreciate the positive review and will pass along the feedback to our design team. Thanks for being part of the Nutshell community.
Bewertet am 8.5.2017
Good starter CRM
Kommentare: Consolidated location for prospects and communication history.
Vorteile: We explored a number of CRM solutions and initially selected Insightly after trying to get Tiger CRM working. Insightly functionality was too limiting and consequently was not being used. Our second round of trials lead us to Nutshell, which we have been using for about two years. We found Nutshell to be reasonably robust and easy to use. We have been using it for about two years now. We have about 30,000 contacts and 11,000 companies.
Nachteile: We are now running into some functional issues which we have to address with addons, including Mailjet for email campaigns and Zapier for data transfer. The lack of a quoting interface, manual address entry into Quickbooks, lack of phone integration, and incomplete email integration. With the exception of QB integration, the other functions can be addressed with more addons. By the time we get done adding on the functional holes, the price becomes quite high. The reliance on addons also means that the system becomes unwieldy; a different system, management interface, and subscription for each function. At this time, I don't think there is a good solution for QB integration at all. This may not be significant since QB for Manufacturing is below our needs anyway. Our next step may be to use PostBooks, Xtuple, or some other MRP system that includes CRM. But, those also carry their own management burdens and costs. Nutshell does have a reasonable email interface to send correspondence through our IMAP server, but the markup tags are cumbersome, are error prone, has no CC or BCC field, and the reply emails don't populate under the Nutshell customer(s). Consequently, only half of the conversation is visible. Of all of the above, this is the most significant limitation at this point.