My favorite new app for contact organization
November 27, 2017

My favorite new app for contact organization

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with FullContact Data Solutions

Updating contacts, developing segmented email lists for email campaigns, expanding contact lists to include more information about the contact and their organizations. This is my new favorite app for organizing contacts and segmenting email lists. It is also the only app I have used that will transcribe business cards with 100% accuracy (they use humans to enter info from pictures of cards rather than software, like most other apps). The "merge contact" feature is great and allows you to review the contacts being merged before doing so automatically. It also integrates with Google accounts, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Yahoo. Another great feature is the ability to export data in a file, which you can then upload to your regular CRM software or to Constant Contact.
  • Update contact info daily
  • Manage contact database and segment lists
  • Allows you to export lists or the entire database
  • Needs to allow for more than 50 business card transcriptions per month
  • Sometimes tries to merge contacts that are not the same person
  • Does not sync individual account with business account
  • Organize contact lists
  • Update contact info
  • Add to contact profiles
The best feature is the daily contact updates from information found on the web. Also, it is the only app I've used that accurately transcribes info from business cards.
It imports data found on the internet (such as social media profile URLs, web addresses, etc.) to your contact database. The app actually uses humans to import data from your business cards using a snapshot (and does so accurately). It allows you to download a backup of your contact database that can be uploaded to your email client. FullContact integrates with Google a.ccounts, Twitter, LinkedIn, Yahoo, and more. It also provides a good format for importing contact databases using Excel. However, customer service is a bit slow