Copper vs. Streak

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Copper
Score 6.3 out of 10
N/A
Copper is a customer relationship management (CRM) built as an integration into Google Apps.
$25
per month per user
Streak
Score 7.9 out of 10
N/A
Streak is a cloud-based sales email tracking tool for Gmail. The vendor describes Streak as "CRM in your inbox," and the mission is to allow users to run their entire businesses from their inboxes. It includes email power tools such as view tracking info, mail merge, snooze, send later, snippets, and thread splitter. Streak is used by a range of different teams: Sales, Product Dev, Deal Flow, Fundraising, Support, Hiring, and Real Estate.N/A
Pricing
CopperStreak
Editions & Modules
Basic - Paid Annually
$25.00
per month per user
Basic - Paid Monthly
$29.00
per month per user
Professional - Paid Annually
$59.00
per month per user
Professional - Paid Monthly
$69.00
per month per user
Business - Paid Annually
$119.00
per month per user
Business - Paid Monthly
$129.00
per month per user
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
CopperStreak
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional DetailsUp to 20% discount for annual pricing.
More Pricing Information
Features
CopperStreak
Sales Force Automation
Comparison of Sales Force Automation features of Product A and Product B
Copper
3.9
19 Ratings
65% below category average
Streak
-
Ratings
Customer data management / contact management5.319 Ratings00 Ratings
Workflow management2.118 Ratings00 Ratings
Territory management5.04 Ratings00 Ratings
Opportunity management4.518 Ratings00 Ratings
Integration with email client (e.g., Outlook or Gmail)7.619 Ratings00 Ratings
Contract management5.29 Ratings00 Ratings
Quote & order management2.07 Ratings00 Ratings
Interaction tracking2.118 Ratings00 Ratings
Channel / partner relationship management1.07 Ratings00 Ratings
Customer Service & Support
Comparison of Customer Service & Support features of Product A and Product B
Copper
1.5
10 Ratings
133% below category average
Streak
-
Ratings
Case management1.29 Ratings00 Ratings
Call center management1.55 Ratings00 Ratings
Help desk management1.77 Ratings00 Ratings
Marketing Automation
Comparison of Marketing Automation features of Product A and Product B
Copper
2.4
16 Ratings
104% below category average
Streak
-
Ratings
Lead management3.416 Ratings00 Ratings
Email marketing1.49 Ratings00 Ratings
CRM Project Management
Comparison of CRM Project Management features of Product A and Product B
Copper
3.7
19 Ratings
69% below category average
Streak
-
Ratings
Task management4.619 Ratings00 Ratings
Billing and invoicing management1.75 Ratings00 Ratings
Reporting4.917 Ratings00 Ratings
CRM Reporting & Analytics
Comparison of CRM Reporting & Analytics features of Product A and Product B
Copper
6.7
18 Ratings
12% below category average
Streak
-
Ratings
Forecasting6.815 Ratings00 Ratings
Pipeline visualization6.418 Ratings00 Ratings
Customizable reports7.016 Ratings00 Ratings
Customization
Comparison of Customization features of Product A and Product B
Copper
5.2
19 Ratings
37% below category average
Streak
-
Ratings
Custom fields8.119 Ratings00 Ratings
Custom objects3.412 Ratings00 Ratings
Scripting environment4.13 Ratings00 Ratings
API for custom integration5.49 Ratings00 Ratings
Security
Comparison of Security features of Product A and Product B
Copper
8.4
14 Ratings
1% above category average
Streak
-
Ratings
Single sign-on capability8.712 Ratings00 Ratings
Role-based user permissions8.113 Ratings00 Ratings
Social CRM
Comparison of Social CRM features of Product A and Product B
Copper
2.0
12 Ratings
114% below category average
Streak
-
Ratings
Social data2.012 Ratings00 Ratings
Social engagement2.07 Ratings00 Ratings
Integrations with 3rd-party Software
Comparison of Integrations with 3rd-party Software features of Product A and Product B
Copper
2.1
12 Ratings
109% below category average
Streak
-
Ratings
Marketing automation3.412 Ratings00 Ratings
Compensation management1.01 Ratings00 Ratings
Platform
Comparison of Platform features of Product A and Product B
Copper
7.9
17 Ratings
5% above category average
Streak
-
Ratings
Mobile access7.917 Ratings00 Ratings
Best Alternatives
CopperStreak
Small Businesses
Salesmate
Salesmate
Score 9.8 out of 10
Mailtrack
Mailtrack
Score 8.4 out of 10
Medium-sized Companies
Creatio
Creatio
Score 9.2 out of 10
Mailtrack
Mailtrack
Score 8.4 out of 10
Enterprises
Creatio
Creatio
Score 9.2 out of 10
Groove, a Clari company
Groove, a Clari company
Score 8.6 out of 10
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User Ratings
CopperStreak
Likelihood to Recommend
1.9
(20 ratings)
7.0
(13 ratings)
Usability
3.8
(11 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Support Rating
1.9
(11 ratings)
8.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
CopperStreak
Likelihood to Recommend
Copper (formerly ProsperWorks)
Copper has helped me extensively keep track of not only my own but my company's workflow. With so many projects and quotes to track, it has become essential to keep me on task and not miss any of our goals. It has been a perfect fit with our specific workflow, but I don't think it has the customizability just yet to be a perfect fit for every company out there.
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Rewardly Inc.
If you receive a notification that a prospect just read your email and you don't receive a response, you're then aware they've received it and your pitch or product is on their mind -- making a call later that day all the more effective.
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Pros
Copper (formerly ProsperWorks)
  • I think the Opportunities Pipeline is probably the best feature of the CRM. The versatility of it allows for pipelines to be made for not only sales but myriad of other ways.
  • Copper's commitment to customer satisfaction is pretty spectacular. Many CRMs aren't as dedicated to this and provide their customers with simple how to articles that fall short of being an actual help.
  • Copper's ability to sync with Google is an undersold perk. If a company relies on the Google workspace, Copper is an amazing tool to work alongside with Google.
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Rewardly Inc.
  • The e-mail tracking feature is easy to use and very handy.
  • The snippets feature are very good, have shortcuts to use and save a lot of time.
  • Having a CRM platform inside your Gmail/Gsuite account is great for improving the use in a day to day basis.
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Cons
Copper (formerly ProsperWorks)
  • I wish it were easier to create a dashboard to view sales and growth.
  • There are some features I would like to change but can't seem to figure out, so I just deal with not being able to, nothing major though.
  • I would like to see it offer more free links to other services such as Quick Books.
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Rewardly Inc.
  • Streak should work better with Microsoft. Often you need to run your excel files through Sheets in order for them to be compatible.
  • Having a Dashboard rather than being a tab in your email might add to its usability.
  • Automated progression through the stages
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Usability
Copper (formerly ProsperWorks)
I would rate Copper overall usability as a 10. It is easy to use. I am not extremely computer friendly so I needed to find something that would fit what I can do. Copper definitely fit the bill. I would highly recommend it to anyone of any level of computer knowledge.
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Rewardly Inc.
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Support Rating
Copper (formerly ProsperWorks)
It has been so far so good, they have been quick to respond to queries, and do follow up as well. But then again this is a work in progress and I guess they would not have a solution to every problem every posed to them right away. Hence I will refrain from making any judgments.
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Rewardly Inc.
They do a great job of explaining the product beforehand so support interaction is not needed as much.
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Alternatives Considered
Copper (formerly ProsperWorks)
For my company, we chose Copper over Salesforce and HubSpot for a few reasons. First and foremost, G-Suite integration. This was one of the most attractive features we liked about Copper. The integration allows for seamless lead import, automated activity tracking and much more. Second, Copper is designed with the end user in mind. It has to be one of the simplest CRMs I have ever used. Additionally, Copper has fantastic customer success managers who make sure you are getting the most out of the platform. Lastly, Copper has very competitive pricing and offers many features of the big name CRMs at a much more economical price point
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Rewardly Inc.
HubSpot was almost too freeform, I had a hard time grasping how it could work for me because there was so much that could be changed around. Streak was so easy to figure out without much time invested and I like that it just lives in my Gmail without needing to go to a separate website/login.
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Return on Investment
Copper (formerly ProsperWorks)
  • I used ProsperWorks at a startup with around 100 people that was undergoing a serious sales crisis. ProsperWorks, I would say, was the number one tool to turn around the sales team as it allowed one book of truth and one place where every one could finally be on the same page.
  • It's hard to judge ROI on the joy of using a well designed product. After using SFDC or Hubspot or any other CRM, ProsperWorks will feel like a Ferrari. Everything is fast, everything is smooth, and it's lightweight in a good way.
  • The ROI was excellent based on a productivity stand point. Being able to pull up daily activity reports went a LONG way to ensuring the sales team was hitting their marks, and getting done what they need to get done.
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Rewardly Inc.
  • It has helped me save time on reaching out to people thinking that they didn't get my first email.
  • It had the positive return on investment in the fact that the time I spend using Streak is much less than the time I would spend not using it.
  • Streak has taught me the importance and ease of mail merges, since nothing else out there was as seamless to start with.
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