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What is Copper?

Copper is a customer relationship management (CRM) built as an integration into Google Apps.

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Copper, formerly known as ProsperWorks, offers a range of use cases that help businesses streamline their sales and customer relationship …
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Popular Features

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  • Custom fields (19)
    8.0
    80%
  • Integration with email client (e.g., Outlook or Gmail) (19)
    7.6
    76%
  • Customer data management / contact management (19)
    5.2
    52%
  • Task management (19)
    4.6
    46%
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Pricing

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Basic - Paid Annually

$25.00

Cloud
per month per user

Basic - Paid Monthly

$29.00

Cloud
per month per user

Professional - Paid Annually

$59.00

Cloud
per month per user

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee
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Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting/Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $25 per month per user
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Features

Sales Force Automation

This is the technique of using software to automate certain sales-related tasks.

3.9
Avg 7.7

Customer Service & Support

This component of CRM software automates help desk, call center and field service management.

1.5
Avg 7.5

Marketing Automation

This component of CRM software helps to automate and scale marketing tasks and the subsequent analysis of those efforts.

2.4
Avg 7.6

CRM Project Management

This component of CRM software helps users initiate, plan, collaborate on, execute, track, and close projects.

3.7
Avg 7.6

CRM Reporting & Analytics

Reporting and analytics in CRM software includes sales forecasting, pipeline analysis, and automated dashboards.

6.7
Avg 7.6

Customization

This addresses a company’s ability to configure the software to fit its specific use case and workflow.

5.2
Avg 7.6

Security

This component helps a company minimize the security risks by controlling access to the software and its data, and encouraging best practices among users.

8.4
Avg 8.3

Social CRM

This component of CRM software helps companies leverage social media in engaging with customers.

2
Avg 7.3

Integrations with 3rd-party Software

This involves the CRM software’s ability to integrate with other systems, whether external or homegrown.

2.1
Avg 7.2

Platform

7.9
Avg 7.5
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Product Details

What is Copper?

Copper is a CRM for businesses that need to manage more leads & grow customer relationships — but don't have time for data entry, repetitive admin tasks, or complicated tools.

Copper integrates with Google Workspace, so it logs emails and other interactions to the right contact automatically. Users can also see sales and relationship essentials from email threads to past interactions, files, and tasks. Copper also reminds the user to reach out to contacts and follow up on deals.

Copper boasts users among 30,000+ businesses in over 110 countries (speaking 7 languages!) in building more valuable, longer-lasting relationships.

Highlights:

Google Workspace integration: Copper works with Gmail, Calendar and Drive so users don't have to switch tabs to add leads, track emails conversations, add files and manage tasks.

Copper Chrome extension: Simplifies contact management by adding new contacts directly from Gmail and Google Calendar.

File retrieval: Files and Google docs sync to Copper contact records automatically to help quickly surface customer files across company and deal records, and attach suggested files in Gmail.

Copper Features

Sales Force Automation Features

  • Supported: Customer data management / contact management
  • Supported: Workflow management
  • Supported: Opportunity management
  • Supported: Integration with email client (e.g., Outlook or Gmail)
  • Supported: Interaction tracking

Marketing Automation Features

  • Supported: Lead management
  • Supported: Email marketing

CRM Project Management Features

  • Supported: Task management
  • Supported: Reporting

CRM Reporting & Analytics Features

  • Supported: Forecasting
  • Supported: Pipeline visualization
  • Supported: Customizable reports

Customization Features

  • Supported: Custom fields
  • Supported: API for custom integration

Security Features

  • Supported: Role-based user permissions

Integrations with 3rd-party Software Features

  • Supported: Marketing automation

Platform Features

  • Supported: Mobile access

Copper Video

Introduction to Copper CRM

Copper Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android

Frequently Asked Questions

Copper is a customer relationship management (CRM) built as an integration into Google Apps.

Copper starts at $25.

HubSpot CRM, Pipedrive, and Salesforce Sales Cloud are common alternatives for Copper.

Reviewers rate Single sign-on capability highest, with a score of 8.7.

The most common users of Copper are from Small Businesses (1-50 employees).
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Reviews and Ratings

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Community Insights

TrustRadius Insights are summaries of user sentiment data from TrustRadius reviews and, when necessary, 3rd-party data sources. Have feedback on this content? Let us know!

Copper, formerly known as ProsperWorks, offers a range of use cases that help businesses streamline their sales and customer relationship management processes. Users utilize Copper to track sales opportunities, clients, and prospects, allowing for efficient follow-up and driving business growth. The software's functionality extends beyond managing contacts, as it also serves as a hub for storing documentation related to quotes, waste profiles, manifests, and invoices within each client's account, contributing to organization and efficient business growth. Copper helps maintain client information and calendars for calls and emails, ensuring that important interactions and meetings are not missed. This enables sales and marketing teams to build pipelines, track prospects, and forecast opportunities effectively. Additionally, Copper integrates seamlessly with G-Suite products, simplifying lead generation, activity tracking, and pipeline reporting for Business Development and Sales teams.

Users appreciate the versatility of Copper in various business processes across multiple departments within organizations. Because it serves as a centralized platform for contact management, follow-up tasks can be automated with reminders for timely interactions with prospects. Furthermore, the software's integration with Google G-suite and other tools expands its capabilities and makes it adaptable to different workflows. Copper's robust API also allows users to integrate it with other platforms.

While some users have reported challenges with customer service experiences when dealing with additional charges or cancellation requests, overall feedback indicates that Copper is a valuable CRM tool. It is praised for its ability to organize contacts, manage workflows, export business data and metrics, and track analytics. Despite comparisons to other CRMs in terms of feature development and integrations, users acknowledge that Copper fulfills their basic CRM needs effectively.

Intuitive and User-Friendly UI: Multiple users have praised Copper's UI for being beautiful, easy to navigate, and straightforward. They found it intuitive and didn't require extensive training for their team.

Seamless Integration with Gmail: Many reviewers appreciated Copper's integration with Gmail and Chrome extension. It automatically tracked and updated prospect and lead activity in the CRM, streamlining data entry and keeping them up-to-date on sales activities.

Effective Sales Process Tracking: Several users highlighted Copper's ability to track sales processes, customer interactions, and integrate with other tools. They found this feature beneficial for analyzing won and lost revenue among their sales teams.

Cons:

  1. Limited API requests: Several users have mentioned that they encountered the error message "Request failed with status code 429." This indicates that there is a limitation on the number of API requests allowed, causing inconvenience and disruptions in their workflow.

  2. Lack of customization options: Some reviewers have expressed frustration over the limited customization options available in Copper. They feel restricted by the software's inability to adapt to their specific business needs, leading to inefficiencies and compromises in their daily operations.

  3. Steep learning curve: A few customers have found Copper to have a steep learning curve, requiring significant time and effort to fully grasp its functionalities. These users felt overwhelmed by the complexity of navigating through the software and understanding its features, which hindered their ability to utilize it effectively from the start.

Users commonly recommend trying out ProsperWorks and purchasing it if you like it. They suggest exploring the free trial of ProsperWorks as a good starting point for a basic sales platform. Additionally, users advise considering integrations with other software and getting a demonstration of how they work in the ProsperWorks environment. Another common recommendation is to update and use ProsperWorks regularly to fully benefit from its features. Users find ProsperWorks great for small or medium-sized businesses due to its affordability, ease of use, and integration capabilities. They also suggest using Gmail as the primary email software with ProsperWorks. Overall, users highly recommend ProsperWorks as the best CRM they have ever used and discourage wasting time looking at other options. They emphasize taking advantage of the support offered by ProsperWorks and asking all questions to make the most out of the platform. Lastly, users highlight that financially, ProsperWorks is a better deal than Salesforce if you primarily use Gmail.

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Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We selected Copper over these other CRMs mainly because of its ability to integrate with Google Workspace. Members of our team have used Salesforce in the past and found it to be a nightmare to work with/on. Candidly, Copper doesn't fill all of our needs so we supplement that with the use of Asana.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
In all fairness, other CRM tools I have used were set up by a corporate IT person who knew much more than I do about programming. Therefore, those were easy to use and had the features I expected them to have. Whereas I, with minimal IT experience, set up Copper by myself. It works very well for what we do, so it is a very user-friendly program.
September 10, 2021

Copper is user friendly

Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
When I switched from being an employee to employer, one of my first tasks was to find a CRM that was suitable for me. Moving from Pipedrive to Copper was an easy decision. I only needed a place to store my contacts, have a great calendar, and be able to email directly from the CRM. Copper has all of that. Pipedrive had some issues and I wanted to move away from them. Copper has been great.
Ben J. Varghese | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized

The software is designed to mimic the look of Google products. This makes it easy to use for people already familiar with Google products.

It syncs with G Suite apps like Google Contacts and Google Calendar, and it is directly accessible from Gmail. It appears as a sidebar within Gmail and can be hidden if needed.

Nathan Young | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 1 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Copper is cheaper than Hubspot if you have a lower amount of users and still need advanced features. However, the TERRIBLE customer service and DECEPTIVE cancellation policy should make you think twice before trying to save a few bucks.
Jay Werth | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
I selected Copper because of its interface with all things Google, specifically the sync feature for calendar and capture of email correspondence. It made sense to use Copper because our corporate communications is built on the Google platform. Bloomerang is an excellent tool for tracking donor contributions, but not as facile as a CRM. I didn't work extensively in Zoho or Salesforce.
Kelly Wasden | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
More complete than SugarCRM by a long shot with reporting and ability to seamlessly integrate with ANYTHING at all. Less complicated than Salesforce Lightning from implementation and maintenance but Copper lacks deep customization ability and sheer size. Zoho CRM is a dying CRM in my opinion that, like SugarCRM, fail to innovate or just put new makeup on the same crappy overlay/process. Copper is sleek, easy to use and informative from a data perspective without having a separate certification and HUGE implementation fees attached.
Chris Kirksey | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Copper is right in the middle in terms of price when comparing other CRMs, which is actually pretty awesome because I've used about 10 other CRM's and I've never been happy until I started using Copper. Pipedrive was very competitively priced, but I couldn't stand the UI. Others, like Salesforce and HubSpot, were so expensive it would have destroyed my business.
Sam Lepak | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
I didn't have much authorization in the selection of Copper, however, I have looked into switching costs and leaving Copper due to their limited workflow automations. HubSpot and Salesforce look more robust and integrated with our other marketing tools.

We are too sunk in with Copper into Slack, our backend, and current sales process to switch over and learn again. As a result, we have decided to stick with Copper and wait anxiously for their new product updates.
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Copper is simple and free, and we didn’t have a need for a more elaborate CRM that didn’t have event specific features. We do utilize a more specific marketing flow for drip campaigns but for basic email tracking for sales, Copper does what it needs to.
Erik Viager | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
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.
Scott Entwistle | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
ProsperWorks is just an amazing lightweight CRM. Unless you're a large organization that needs to build out crazy custom reporting and tools that integrate into your CRM, Prosperworks is the best bet. Instead of being an IT project that you need to get a bunch of other people involved in, it just works and allows the very basic job of managing customer relationships to be done effectively. Salesforce is too bloated for a small organization, and while HubSpot is pretty decent it just doesn't match the Gmail integration and usability of Prosperworks.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
ProsperWorks had the robust Google Apps integration, Forecasting, Roles/Permissions, and Opportunity Tracking and the price point was right for us. All of the other softwares we evaluated (except Salesforce) where missing one or more of the features. We didn't go with Salesforce as it was too heavy for our needs and the interface wasn't as user friendly as ProsperWorks.
Daniel Coburn | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
It is a very powerful tool to the level of Sugar and Salesforce. With its tight integration, as a Google product, it is seamless and really assists in managing communication with clients. While Zoho offers a great low-cost solution, ProsperWorks definitely hits the mark for SMB. If you are looking at a CRM you should give ProsperWorks a good look as we were very pleased that we didn't go with HubSpot and moved to Prosper as they didn't nickel and dime for basic functions. Free is good, until you realize it is not free at all (HubSpot).
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We selected to test ProsperWorks and then switched back to Insightly because we had workflows set up and training created specific to Insightly. The cost for Prosperworks with fewer features than our current CRM made it easy to decide to switch back, at least for now. We might give it another shot when there are less high priority projects on the plate (maybe between Christmas and the New Year). Since then however, I have helped a friend choose Prosperworks at the outset of launching her new business. She had a lot of old contacts that she wanted to eventually nurture and needed a simple way to gather and consolidate lead information while working almost exclusively within Gmail. With Prosperworks she was able to discover new emails from past contacts, refine her standard email messaging to something more personalized and closed her first couple of sales via Prosperworks.

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