Don't Bypass a Trial Run of a CRM. It's Free.
When you begin comparing CRM systems, you may be tempted to choose a CRM based off an overview, videos or screenshots of different features. Don't make your decision that quickly. Take advantage of the free trials offered by the different vendors because this is what really lets you experience what a CRM can do for your business. Don't stop at a Salesforce trial either. Take a look at all of the free trials over the two-week period so you can make an informed decision.
How Will a CRM Help Build Customer Relations?
Have you ever had a client get frustrated because he or she had to deal with multiple sales reps and the reps weren't familiar with the client or the business? Base solves that problem by allowing an entire sales organization to have deal information, up to date sales data, and contact information for every single client handled by that team. When your prospects or clients call your company, a sales member can go into Base, bring up that client's data, and know exactly where that client stands in the sales pipeline. This helps build customer relations and makes each client feel important. When you sign up for a Salesforce trial make sure to research how well the CRM handles customer relations.
Is Base Easy to Setup?
Base requires little to no training because of its intuitive interface. Your sales team can easily implement Base and start using it to track sales and customers. Base lets you put leads directly into the system, merge contacts from your email provider, and integrate mobile capabilities for field sales agents. A Salesforce trial is a great way to see how easy Base is to set up compared to other systems.
Can I Test Drive Base?
When you sign up for a Salesforce trial, you can also take a no obligation 2-week trial of Base. It requires no credit card information and you don't have to make any promises once your trial is over. We think you'll see why thousands of people try Base every week, and why small and large companies choose Base over the other vendors on the market.