Overall Satisfaction with ProsperWorks CRM
Our organization uses ProsperWorks as the sales and customer CRM. We track all our open deals, take notes on our interactions with customers, and essentially make it our book of truth. It addresses a ton of problems because without a CRM the left hand wouldn't know what the right hand is doing! We have a lot of different accounts, and some people could be calling on the same ones, so this helps us pick up where we left off and track the progress.
- ProsperWorks UI and integration with Gmail is just unmatched. It's beautiful, easy, straight forward, and a delight to use.
- Their kanban flow for deals is awesome, and the ability to link any deal/company/person/document/calendar event with just about any other one makes drawing connections between things really simple.
- Their reporting for activity is awesome. I used this for a period of 7 months to manage a collections team and it was invaluable to watch daily call volumes, and pull live reports to show the team at the end of the day.
- I wish they allowed you to email from within the CRM and create calendar invites from within the app instead of just kicking you out to a Gmail window.
- I wish they included more custom fields and email tracking in their basic plan.
- I used ProsperWorks at a startup with around 100 people that was undergoing a serious sales crisis. ProsperWorks, I would say, was the number one tool to turn around the sales team as it allowed one book of truth and one place where every one could finally be on the same page.
- The ROI was excellent based on a productivity stand point. Being able to pull up daily activity reports went a LONG way to ensuring the sales team was hitting their marks, and getting done what they need to get done.
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.
Prosperworks is 100% best used if you are a G Suite customer. In my opinion, if you use G Suite as a company then you should use Prosperworks as your CRM. The only exception to that is if you have other programs that heavily tie into reporting features of SFDC. However if you're just looking for a solid CRM to track all your notes, activity, collaborate with your team, and run activity reports - ProsperWorks is a pleasure to use and will not disappoint.