Staying aligned with HubSpot CRM
January 25, 2022
Staying aligned with HubSpot CRM
KiranexHospital & Health Care, 1-10 employees
Score 7 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with HubSpot CRM
We heavily rely on HubSpot to keep the company organized internally and to maintain consistent communication with our customers. Working with hospitals and healthcare at the height of the pandemic was stressful enough - HubSpot maintains records of communications with all contacts so everyone within the organization had an understanding of the timeline with each sales prospect, despite working remotely. This helped us coordinate touchpoints like calls, emails, and other marketing media at the appropriate time so that our sales pipeline wasn't disrupted by the adjustments caused by COVID-19. Even in our return to the office, the automation and shortcuts that HubSpot offers have been a large part in streamlining some of our processes so that less time is spent coordinating tasks, and more time is spent focused on our goals.
- Maintains records of communication with contacts
- Has options for automation in order to avoid monotonous little tasks and shift the focus back to the important stuff
- Can create active lists that are visible to all users in order to keep everyone up-to-date at a moment's notice.
- Some contact records are not logged perfectly. i.e. missing emails in the contact record log
- I would like to be able to delete pre-made HubSpot properties in order to clean up my CRM and only use properties that make sense within the organization.
- Inserting video into email communications is limited in functionality and quality.
- We relied on HubSpot to communicate the arrival of our direct-to-consumer online store (we previously only had b2b offerings) and added 182 unique customers to our portfolio since launch earlier this quarter.
The user interface is extremely user-friendly and is easy to navigate after becoming familiar with all of the available features. Overall it is much more "welcoming" to new users in comparison to other CRMs that we have accessed before - the rate of adoption was much quicker during the recent onboarding of a new intern and it aided in his success.
There is no need for texts/emails/calls between individuals or groups to clarify where a prospect sits in the sales pipeline - all of the information is apparent in the contact's record and internal notes (if used well) can provide the full contact history to any employee that is going over that record. The salesperson knows exactly what information has been communicated already and when, and it immediately clarifies any would-be questions.
HubSpot is much more effective in organizing contacts and the communication that occurs between the organization and those contacts. However, ZoomInfo would be our preferred resource for sourcing information about contacts in order to better meet their needs. HubSpot's tools are easier to familiarize yourself with and adoption is much quicker, but the offerings from ZoomInfo are more precise once you've become accustomed.
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Would you buy HubSpot CRM again?
HubSpot CRM is well suited to any organization in need of a structured way to communicate externally. Plans are available - at a cost - that offer additional functionality that is surely useful to a company larger than ours (and would be useful to us as well - but not enough to justify the expense). I can see any organization making good use of HubSpot considering it offers features suited to all aspects of the sales pipeline and beyond. The ability to generate quotes, track a customer through the sales process, send and/or automate marketing communications, assign internal tasks, and more features are all used on a daily basis even within our small organization.
HubSpot CRM Feature Ratings
Customer data management / contact management
Integration with email client (e.g., Outlook or Gmail)
Quote & order management
Call center management
Help desk management
Billing and invoicing management
API for custom integration
Role-based user permissions
Single sign-on capability