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Less Annoying CRM

Leads and Contact Management


Tiny
Published 05/22/2012 and rated Ratingstars5 5 out of 5 stars
by Jess Meli
What can you use the app for?

Less Annoying CRM is an application that provides a web-based tool for managing leads, contacts and tasks associated with maintaining such information and associated clients. The application can feb used to help organize businesses. It has many capabilities which include daily agendas, a dashboard, activity feeds and leads or contacts and a side bar that provides information or a road map into the other parts of the application. Contacts can be created individually or in groups. Each contact can have a profile which contains information about each contact including emails. Each contact can also have a lead attached to him or her. Leads can be given priorities and each lead can also have reminders set up for the purpose of following up on a lead. In addition, the side bar contains a up-to-the-second lead report.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

Quite appealing for businesses, especially small business that seek ways to manage their leads and contacts, Less Annoying CRM has not existed for a long time but is gaining popularity for its cloud-based CRM methods.

What are the differences to other apps?

There are many easy-to-use features that Less Annoying CRM provides for users. It is designed to be completely less annoying than other CRM. Less Annoying CRM is also an affordable option for managing leads and contacts or tasks, compared to the more pricey alternatives available.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

It is a very professional looking application with easy to view and distinct sections. Users can start a free trial or view a live demo of the application. The tour provides users with a bette understanding of how the application works. Support is also provided through the phone and by email.

How does the registration process work?

Users can try Less Annoying CRM for free for about a month before committing to the application. New users who want to sign up for an account are taken directly to the free trial sign up screen which requests a first and last name, an email address and a password.

What does it cost to use the application?

A non-committal one month free trial period is available for Less Annoying CRM after which users would need to begin paying a fee to continue using the application. $10 per month is the simple, less annoying fee that the application advertises and it provides unlimited contacts and no long-term contracts.

Who would you recommend the application to?

Small business would particularly find the Less Annoying CRM application appealing for managing leads, contacts and to-do lists associated with such leads and contacts. The application has numerous testimonials from users who describe the application as being intuitive and customizable. Individual owners that do not have the structured resources that a marketing or sales department in a larger organization may have, may find the Less Annoying CRM provides the assistance required to manage their lead and contact information effectively.

  • Less Annoying CRM provides contact management
  • It has a dashboard, an agenda feature, a calendar and to-to lists
  • Each contact and lead can have priorities, reminders and profiles
  • Less Annoying CRM can work with multiple users
  • It is hosted in the Cloud and easy to customize


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