Insightly CRM Aggregated Reviews

Insightly 01

August 2, 2019

Insightly CRM integrated with G-suite
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Insightly 02

August 2, 2019

Insightly CRM may test soon, benefit over Zoho is the fact that it synchronizes smoothly with Xero, though it doesn’t have many features Zoho does
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Insightly 03

August 2, 2019

For more granularity, a CRM like insightly with built in project management might be helpful (you could have different pipelines of projects for different types of cases, and multiple cases could therefore be associated with each client, or sub projects). A weakness of insightly is lack of ability to tag tasks.
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Insightly 04

August 2, 2019

Insightly
This would work but it doesn’t really have solid two-way exchange sync, you have to use BCC addresses.
Not the best for tagging deals with referral sources
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Insightly 05

August 2, 2019

Insightly and Asana are CRMs that are free. Unsightly has a lot of work flow and team management. Granted, I’ve never done a hardware startup. I’m an economic developer, but I’ve used it for team management, project management and consulting projects.
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Insightly 06

August 2, 2019

We used Insightly, but I think it sucked – too cluttered, old school and lacked decent reporting. We tried Salesforce , but it was too expensive, cumbersome and bloated. We also tried Highrise, but it wasn’t powerful enough. CRM is hard, man. Right now we’re back to using Google Spreadsheets.
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Insightly 07

August 2, 2019

We’ve been on insightly for the past 2 years and I find it perfectly adequate. We are just about to hit our 25,000 records cap so maybe something new is in order
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Insightly 08

August 2, 2019

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If it’s purely sales activity you’ll be working on, this will work very well. Recently, I’ve recommended it to 4-5 startups and 2 have actually implemented it so far. They love it.
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Insightly 09

August 2, 2019

I like insightly…it works with gsuite.
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