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Contactually automatically prompts you to take action with the most important people in your network to prevent things from falling through the cracks. It also syncs all contact data with your Customer Relation Management (CRM) system.Excellent software for contact tracking and nurturingContactually is an amazing tool that allows me to stay in touch with different "buckets" of contacts, with specific reminders. There are way too many features I love about it, one being the Bucket Game, that gamifies sorting contacts into buckets, because who likes tagging contacts? Well, they made it fun! They have amazing templates for outreach and nurturing and allow me to connect directly with my email, so if I contact someone from my email, Contactually knows it. If the contact responds, Contactually knows it, removing all sorts of manual reporting, which is fantastic! They even connect with your phone to track phone calls. Overall, it is an amazing tool for ongoing nurturing of contacts, partners, leads, etc.,Sorting and classifying of contacts in buckets, to allow for specific follow up. Merge mail, that allows me to mass email a group, but individually (without the "unsubscribe" button). Connection with my email and phone for contact tracking.,Price. It has gone up over time.,9,Ability to remain top of mind with clients, leads and partners (and even family!) leading to more conversions. Ability to merge mail and send a personalized email to many at the same time (without an unsubscribe button). Easy to use, allowing me to save a lot of time keeping track of partnerships and leads.Contactually is a great starter CRM with developing intermediate and advanced featuresContactually has been our go-to CRM for our Austin Chapter and has helped us develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders in the community who support our mission as well as veteran entrepreneurs we work with.,Contactually has provided detailed and fairly useful customization of profiles for us to collect data relevant to our community. The integrations are particularly helpful. It's easy to setup and executes. I like the Bucket game!,Pairing fields is quite cumbersome when importing spreadsheets with a large amount of data. It's recently been made easier to edit individual contacts but I feel like the sidebar could still be directly editable without opening up a profile popup.,9,It's had a very positive impact in building and maintaining my relationships. The ROI has been positive as an affordable and user-friendly CRM.,Airtable, Eventbrite, CanvaActually kinda ContactuallyIt is a good (I must say decent) tool used to gather contact information and maintain it in one place. It is being used by a limited few departments I would say. I wouldn't go as far as calling contact storage a "business problem" but it does help ease up our process of record maintenance.,The get connected prompts is a very useful feature. Good data consolidation picked up from a variety of sources. Once added, the contact profiles are updated regularly with how the contacts' LinkedIn profile would change.,A little on the expensive end compared to its competitors. Android app improvements needed.,7,Positive impact is the fact that it eased up a lot of our manual processes. Wasn't clunky and was easy to use, didn't require training.,Oracle PeopleSoft HCM, VMware Player, Oracle VM VirtualBox, vSphere, IBM MaaS360, Adobe Acrobat DC, Ubuntu OpenStack, Elasticsearch, Logstash,Yes,7Be Accountable with ContactuallyI work for a boutique real estate agency. My broker had a different CRM called Top Producer, but the interface was so dated and was not intuitive - so he never was motivated to use it. I researched a few different CRM systems and ended up choosing Contactually. It's interface is nice and it's easy to figure out by just clicking around. It allows us to track our contacts, leads and deals. Following up is key in our business and this system reminds you when and with who to follow up.,Syncing to email Design and interface Support team,Pipeline functions. It's pretty bare minimum right now. Capturing text and phone calls outside the app. It's hard to remember to initiate both from the app. Calendar function. You should be able to edit the calendar in Contactually and it would sync with your Google calendar.,7,The cost is fairly low, so it's worth a shot. It keeps us on our toes. We feel much more organized and confident.,Boomtown, Konversion and Top Producter,GoDaddy, MailChimpLooks great, but keep lookingLooking for a solution to automate my contact management by keeping contacts up to date, tracking them via social, and providing basic lead scoring.,Easy to use Guided direction to clean up/manage contacts,Social tracking is really only through Twitter so though you can add LinkedIn, G+, and even AngelList social profiles, you don't get users' social posts from those The feature that highlights opportunities to stay connected with "important" contacts COULD be incredible but it only reports to you when those users have birthdays or they tweet @ you. Rather worthless in that regard. Would be nice if Important contacts showed every time those people posted something on social media. Becomes laborious when you have thousands of contacts and need to organize them and indicate their level of importance. Time since last contacted only tracks email. You can't manually indicate that you've contacted them, it doesn't track your calendar to know if you had a meeting,2,Waste of time spent as it took some use to figure out that it really wasn't delivering what I wanted.,Nimble,Salesforce,Batchbook,Jive,Insightly,Zoho CRM,1
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November 30, 2018

Contactually Review: "Excellent software for contact tracking and nurturing"

Score 9 out of 10
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Contactually is an amazing tool that allows me to stay in touch with different "buckets" of contacts, with specific reminders. There are way too many features I love about it, one being the Bucket Game, that gamifies sorting contacts into buckets, because who likes tagging contacts? Well, they made it fun!

They have amazing templates for outreach and nurturing and allow me to connect directly with my email, so if I contact someone from my email, Contactually knows it. If the contact responds, Contactually knows it, removing all sorts of manual reporting, which is fantastic! They even connect with your phone to track phone calls.

Overall, it is an amazing tool for ongoing nurturing of contacts, partners, leads, etc.
  • Sorting and classifying of contacts in buckets, to allow for specific follow up.
  • Merge mail, that allows me to mass email a group, but individually (without the "unsubscribe" button).
  • Connection with my email and phone for contact tracking.
  • Price. It has gone up over time.
Contactually is a very powerful CRM, even though it is extremely simple to use. It is very intuitive and fun to use! Their templates for nurturing and follow-up are phenomenal, so if you have a sales cycle, this is the tool for you.

I even use it to keep track of family and acquaintances' interactions, as Contactually can alert me when it's been 30 days since the last time I talked to person A.

The only reason I don't give it a 10 is because price has been going up in recent years.
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June 20, 2018

Review: "Contactually is a great starter CRM with developing intermediate and advanced features"

Score 9 out of 10
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Contactually has been our go-to CRM for our Austin Chapter and has helped us develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders in the community who support our mission as well as veteran entrepreneurs we work with.
  • Contactually has provided detailed and fairly useful customization of profiles for us to collect data relevant to our community.
  • The integrations are particularly helpful. It's easy to setup and executes.
  • I like the Bucket game!
  • Pairing fields is quite cumbersome when importing spreadsheets with a large amount of data.
  • It's recently been made easier to edit individual contacts but I feel like the sidebar could still be directly editable without opening up a profile popup.
As an introductory CRM, where you are collecting and building your list and relationships. I like to more simplistic usability than something like Salesforce. Pipelines and programs are great next step features but I feel like you need some dedicated marketing support to utilize/implement those features well.
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June 14, 2017

User Review: "Actually kinda Contactually"

Score 7 out of 10
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It is a good (I must say decent) tool used to gather contact information and maintain it in one place. It is being used by a limited few departments I would say. I wouldn't go as far as calling contact storage a "business problem" but it does help ease up our process of record maintenance.
  • The get connected prompts is a very useful feature.
  • Good data consolidation picked up from a variety of sources.
  • Once added, the contact profiles are updated regularly with how the contacts' LinkedIn profile would change.
  • A little on the expensive end compared to its competitors.
  • Android app improvements needed.
It's a CRM and is a must for companies to maintain high-value contact relationships and to be able to better manage records and essentially drive sales growth.
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November 04, 2016

User Review: "Be Accountable with Contactually"

Score 7 out of 10
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I work for a boutique real estate agency. My broker had a different CRM called Top Producer, but the interface was so dated and was not intuitive - so he never was motivated to use it. I researched a few different CRM systems and ended up choosing Contactually. It's interface is nice and it's easy to figure out by just clicking around. It allows us to track our contacts, leads and deals. Following up is key in our business and this system reminds you when and with who to follow up.
  • Syncing to email
  • Design and interface
  • Support team
  • Pipeline functions. It's pretty bare minimum right now.
  • Capturing text and phone calls outside the app. It's hard to remember to initiate both from the app.
  • Calendar function. You should be able to edit the calendar in Contactually and it would sync with your Google calendar.
It is well suited for any person that needs to track customers or potential customers. It probably wouldn't work for staff that do not deal with clients directly.
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July 08, 2014

Contactually Review: "Looks great, but keep looking"

Score 2 out of 10
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Looking for a solution to automate my contact management by keeping contacts up to date, tracking them via social, and providing basic lead scoring.
  • Easy to use
  • Guided direction to clean up/manage contacts
  • Social tracking is really only through Twitter so though you can add LinkedIn, G+, and even AngelList social profiles, you don't get users' social posts from those
  • The feature that highlights opportunities to stay connected with "important" contacts COULD be incredible but it only reports to you when those users have birthdays or they tweet @ you. Rather worthless in that regard. Would be nice if Important contacts showed every time those people posted something on social media.
  • Becomes laborious when you have thousands of contacts and need to organize them and indicate their level of importance.
  • Time since last contacted only tracks email. You can't manually indicate that you've contacted them, it doesn't track your calendar to know if you had a meeting
It is a fine option for someone looking for a basic social CRM. If you have lots of contacts, want sophisticated automation and/or scoring, or lots of integration with other enterprise solutions, keep looking.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Customer data management / contact management (4)
8.7
Workflow management (4)
7.9
Territory management (2)
8.0
Opportunity management (3)
7.8
Integration with email client (e.g., Outlook or Gmail) (4)
9.1
Contract management (2)
5.7
Quote & order management (1)
6
Interaction tracking (4)
8.5
Channel / partner relationship management (3)
8.8
Case management (4)
8.4
Call center management (3)
7.6
Help desk management (3)
8.9
Lead management (4)
8.6
Email marketing (4)
7.8
Task management (3)
6.6
Billing and invoicing management (1)
5
Reporting (1)
7
Forecasting (1)
7
Pipeline visualization (3)
6.5
Customizable reports (1)
7
Custom fields (2)
7.0
Custom objects (1)
7
Scripting environment (2)
7.0
API for custom integration (1)
7
Single sign-on capability (2)
8.8
Role-based user permissions (2)
6.3
Social data (2)
9.5
Social engagement (2)
6.8
Marketing automation (3)
9.4
Mobile access (4)
7.2

About Contactually

Contactually automatically prompts you to take action with the most important people in your network to prevent things from falling through the cracks. It also syncs all contact data with your Customer Relation Management (CRM) system.