Durchschnittliche Bewertung4 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4 / 5
- Kundenservice 4 / 5
- Funktionen 4 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 3.5 / 5
- Startpreis $399
- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Kostenlose Testversion Nein
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- Bedrock Data
Integration solution to connect and sync cloud systems to keep systems organized and clean.
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für BedrockData
Bewertet am 17.4.2019
Great Customer Service!
Vorteile: This software is great because it syncs our data seamlessly between Hubspot and Zoho. We had pretty specific needs when we first began and Bedrock worked with us to determine the right syncs. Implementation was fairly easy and they made sure we understood the system and portal before letting us go on our own. What really stands out to me is their customer service! I was a little technologically challenged when we first started, and sometimes I still am. Everyone at Bedrock has been extremely helpful in getting my syncs to run properly. Whether you need them to help you create a workflow or need them to double check that your mappings are correct, they are quick to respond and quick to solve the problem.
Nachteile: What I liked least was the implementation. For me I found it to be difficult to set everything up. But, I believe it was more user error than it was Bedrock or their software. There are a lot of different items to be aware of with your sync and it can be difficult to wrap your mind around it. But, Bedrock is extremely helpful and patient if you're having difficulty.
Bewertet am 18.11.2017
Very very bad...
Vorteile: The concept is excellent and it seems to work well with a one-way sync for many platforms. A few members of the support team have been helpful.
Nachteile: Where to start... we were misled from day one. Our particular integration scenario happened to be a unique situation for their team - our impression was that they had done integrations with these systems all the time ( they had, just mostly with other systems, and only in one direction). So that's enough to know that there are most definitely going to be issues. Given the team is based on the east coast, responsiveness is very subject to time zone. So time zone plus definite issues means problems take days/weeks to solve. Lastly, there are seemingly basic tasks that the platform just can't handle - it can't pull email records from Pipedrive. "you can integrate two CRM systems and share all the data... except email" -> not helpful and not disclosed during the sales process. I complained to their product manager... and I got back: "It wasn't specified it in the service agreement and have no plans to develop it, so we're not obligated to do it". In retrospect, we should have done more due diligence - that's very obvious. In the end, there was no information shared in the sales cycle that our situation was unique and that there may be limitations, the product ended up not working to our expectations, they relied on specific details in the contract to explain that our expectations were misguided, and ended up communicating all this poorly while not offering any helpful fix. Do you want to do business with a culture like this?