Try printing reports with each record's notes section - really awful output that you are embarrassed to show anyone. Want to add a new record to a group, ACT will present another record for the group assignment. Want to work seamlessly with email? Forget it!
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ACT follows the basic rules you would expect for this type of software, but actually doing anything sophisticated with it is near impossible without assistance or training. Unless you use it regularly it is difficult to use. I wouldn't recommend it unless you have internal IT support and it will be used regularly.
It does what it has to do in a easy manner.
This system is easy to use and for most nontechnical users you can navigate around and do what you need with no problems.
Act! CRM (formerly Swiftpage) aims to empower small businesses to build and manage client relationships and leads, so the user always has a pipeline of new, repeat, and referral business under control. Users can manage their businesses with Act! CRM every day, since it’s more than a CRM – it’s designed to present everything needed to stay on top of relationships, see what’s most important and actionable, and run sales and marketing in one place.
Starting Price: $22
|Act! Premium - Basic||$37.50||per user, per month (billed annually)|
|Select - Extra Features||$79||per user, per month (billed annually)|
|Complete - Extra Features||$199||per user, per month (billed annually)|
|Advanced - Extra Features||$399||per user, per month (billed annually)|
|Essentials||$22||per user, per month|
|Standard||$40||per user, per month|
|Expert||$55||per user, per month|
|Deployment Types||On-premise, SaaS|
Frequently Asked Questions
Act! CRM starts at $22.
Microsoft Access, Sage CRM, and Microsoft Dynamics 365 (formerly Microsoft Dynamics CRM) are common alternatives for Act! CRM.
Reviewers rate Support Rating highest, with a score of 5.6.
The most common users of Act! CRM are from Small Businesses and the Computer Software industry.