HouseCall Pro vs. SalesRabbit

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
HouseCall Pro
Score 9.2 out of 10
N/A
HouseCall Pro is a field service management solution built for any professional service-based industry. It includes features such as scheduling and dispatch, customer databases, and live mapping and tracking.
$65
per month 1 user
SalesRabbit
Score 6.9 out of 10
N/A
SalesRabbit, headquartered in Lehi, Utah, is a developer of software services for door-to-door and field sales teams. Their products are designed to enable sales teams to operate at peak performance by helping them motivate their teams, manage their resources effectively, and develop sales mastery.
$420
per year per user
Pricing
HouseCall ProSalesRabbit
Editions & Modules
Website Builder
$25
per month/add on
Additional Users
$30
per user/per month
Sales Proposal Tool
$40
per month/add on
Recurring Servicing Plans
$40
per month/add on
Start
$65
per month
Grow
$149
per month
Manage
$229
per month
XL
Contact sales team
SalesRabbit - Core
$420
per year per user
The Essentials Bundle (SalesRabbit Pro, DataGrid AI & Digital Contracts)
$792
per year per user
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
HouseCall ProSalesRabbit
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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User Ratings
HouseCall ProSalesRabbit
Likelihood to Recommend
7.0
(2 ratings)
8.0
(3 ratings)
User Testimonials
HouseCall ProSalesRabbit
Likelihood to Recommend
HouseCall Pro
[HouseCall Pro] would be great for service techs and smaller companies but is tough for companies that do multiple types of jobs, [do] not sync well with QBO for us, and creates an accounting mess. Also does not do job costing so hard to actually keep track of jobs
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SalesRabbit, Inc
SalesRabbit is generally a good sales tool for field sales reps, the UI is simplistic enough and the actions needed to log activity are straightforward. Creating new dispositions or custom fields is simple. We as an organization have moved away from SalesRabbit as of May 2022 to one of their competitors mainly for two reasons. The first being it took them a few years to get an analytics/dashboard platform integrated into Sales Rabbit, they have one now that is in beta that appears promising. The second reason was too many inconsistencies with reps' data not syncing timely back to SalesRabbit or not at all. Reps are always looking for immediate satisfaction meaning if they mark a home as a sale they want to see it show up on the leaderboard within minutes not hours.
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Pros
HouseCall Pro
  • Online Booking
  • Instant credit card funding
  • Customer Text Notifications
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SalesRabbit, Inc
  • Follow-up Notification
  • User Friendly Interface
  • Sales Automation
  • Reporting
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Cons
HouseCall Pro
  • Job costing
  • QBO integration
  • Reporting
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SalesRabbit, Inc
  • Multi language / region support
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Alternatives Considered
HouseCall Pro
Much easier to use.
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SalesRabbit, Inc
We considered HubSpot CRM but since we are already using HubSpot Marketing Hub and the cost is too high for this so we purchased SalesRabbit. Got more features in the same cost.
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Return on Investment
HouseCall Pro
  • Negative is time lost fixing books.
  • Negative is having to use multiple programs to fulfill needs so it takes 2x as long.
  • [The] positive is that it is very user-friendly so our team has picked it up easily and techs save time in the field.
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SalesRabbit, Inc
  • Data sync issues.
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