You don’t need a CRM is a paperless platform built to help the sales team of any company to track deals on one package. The platform allows businesses to find data from different sources and store it in one place enabling the sales team to keep track of leads.

Sources that can be integrated with You don’t need a CRM platform are:
• LinkedIn
• Spreadsheets
• MailChimp
• QuickBooks
• Wufoo
• G-suite, Slack
• Freshbooks
• Slack
The above apps can be integrated directly into the platform or by using Zapier.

Why choose you don’t need a CRM?
The platform incorporates with your calendar to remind you the nest course of action for your business. It has features for monitoring the lead status of new or existing customers ensuring that you are well informed of the status of every customer. You can also assess past sales history of each lead.
The sales manager can create teams for a particular project, assign tasks to different team members and restrict access to key or confidential projects. With the in-built activity feed, the manager can monitor projects through the available email summary and reports.
Importing new contacts from your files such as Excel or .csv is just through a few clicks.

Affordable subscription
It offers two packages which depend on the number of employees of your company. The starter edition is suitable for small companies going for $10 per person per month while the Expert Edition which is ideal for a big sales team goes for $17 per person per month.
If you are new and want to experience if the software will work for your team, it has a 15-day trial that won’t cost you a cent. You won’t need to fill out your credit details or contract either.

Available on Android and IOS stores
You can download the app from android or apple store ensuring access to your projects anywhere in the world whether you are online or offline.

Different languages
The platform is available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French. For Germany and Russian customers, it has community-based versions.
With all the sales efforts in one place, the sales manager can quickly set strategies for the company and identify what is working and let go of what is not.