How Zoho CRM Helped Entreprenista Sustain Continued Business Growth

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When we began researching the best CRM platform for Entreprenista, it became clear that there were many on the market for us to choose from. We wanted something that was going to grow with us, keep us organized, and have good mobile functionality.

As we continued to wade through the sea of reviews and websites of different platforms, one continuously stood out to us when compared to the rest. Below are the main features we were looking for, and how our top pick, Zoho CRM, compared!

1. Sustainability!

We didn’t want to onboard a CRM service and then need to research another platform to continue our growth if it didn’t have everything we needed for the long haul. Zoho CRM has completely customizable packages to provide us with exactly what we need, when we need it.

Because of this, we’re confident that as we grow from 5 employees to 500, Zoho CRM will have everything we need along the way.

2. No coding for us

Many of the CRM platforms we came across required at least some coding experience to get started. Zoho CRM’s onboarding process was so easy, it almost seemed too good to be true.

Being able to jump right in was one of the biggest selling points for us at Entreprenista. As a start up with big goals, things move pretty fast – and Zoho CRM proved that it could certainly keep up the pace!

Work on the go, no matter where your business takes you! Plus, Zoho is extending an exclusive free trial here, and giving 50% off your annual plan!

3. Mobile Functionality

Zoho CRM has been consistently rated the best CRM option for mobile use. Knowing that we can take our business wherever we go puts us at ease, and has definitely come in handy!

4. Zoho made our growth their #1 priority

Among all of the platforms we looked at, Zoho CRM showed us that when we succeed, they do too! During the COVID-19 pandemic, they cut costs for many of their customers to ensure they could keep their doors open while the world endured extreme uncertainty.

Knowing that we could trust them to keep our best interest in mind is what confirmed that this would be the best CRM tool for us and our Entreprenista’s.

5. It’s an All-In-One Solution

Zoho CRM proved to us that they would be our one stop solution for email, analytics, customer support, sales, and so much more. Business growth is what fuels and excites us, and Zoho CRM showed that they could not only grow with us, but help us sustain growth in the long run.

6. You can try it for free, and save 50% as an Entreprenista reader!

The folks at Zoho CRM are extending an exclusive discount to Entreprenista readers. Follow this link to get an extended free trial and save 50% off your annual plan!

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