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OnePageCRM

Simple online sales CRM for you & your sales team
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What is OnePageCRM?

It is a simple online sales CRM for small business. Focus on your Next Action to easily convert leads into customers and grow your business. It is sales-focused system which turns the complexity of CRM into a simple to-do list.
OnePageCRM is a tool in the CRM category of a tech stack.

Who uses OnePageCRM?

Companies

Developers

OnePageCRM Integrations

Google Drive, Dropbox, Mailchimp, Skype, and Zapier are some of the popular tools that integrate with OnePageCRM. Here's a list of all 14 tools that integrate with OnePageCRM.
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OnePageCRM's Features

  • Focus on the task at hand. Strip the rest
  • No more ‘dead’ databases. Action every contact
  • Generate leads with a click
  • Set up deals faster…and smarter
  • Build and email quotes in 30 seconds

OnePageCRM Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to OnePageCRM?
Pipedrive
Pipeline tool for active dealmakers. Get super-organized. Close deals in less time. Built by active salespeople and serious web app developers.
Salesforce Sales Cloud
The Sales Cloud puts everything you need at your fingertips—available anywhere. From Social accounts and contacts to Mobile, Chatter, and Analytics, collaboration across your global organization and getting deals done faster is not only possible, it's easy.
Zoho CRM
Online CRM software for managing your sales, marketing, customer support, and inventory in a single system
Odoo
It is a business management software including CRM, e-commerce, billing, accounting, manufacturing, warehouse, project management, and inventory management.
Salesforce Service Cloud
It is customer service software that delivers in the cloud. It is a social customer service application that empowers companies to manage all customer information and service conversations in the cloud.
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