Copper is #12 in Top 24 Online CRM software

Copper is a cloud-based, cross-platform CRM that seamlessly integrates with Gmail, Google Drive and the rest of the Google Apps suite.

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#12 in Top 24 Online CRM software


The best alternatives to Copper are: Salesforce, HubSpot, Pipedrive, Zoho CRM, Insightly

Latest news about Copper

2017. G Suite-centric CRM service ProsperWorks raised $53M

ProsperWorks, a service that offers a set of Google-centric CRM tools has raised a $53 million Series C round. ProsperWorks has long seen it as its mission to make CRM systems easy to use and to help the companies that adopt its system to get value out of its service. Unlike alternatives, the general idea here is to integrate deeply with Google’s G Suite and to make the service look and feel like a Google product. This also means that its users don’t feel like they are constantly switching context as they move between their different productivity applications. ProsperWorks plans to use the new funding to double its engineering team to accelerate its product development and to enhance its service with new solutions for specific verticals. In addition, the team is also looking at expanding internationally. What’s maybe most important for current users, though, is that the company plans a full redesign.

2016. Google-centric CRM ProsperWorks raised $24M

ProsperWorks, a cross-platform customer relationship management (CRM) service that plugs into the Google for Work platform, has raised a $24 million. The company plans to use the new capital to invest into its technology and to grow its sales and marketing team. The funding comes at an interesting time for enterprise companies that sit on top of Google’s productivity suite. Google’s renewed interest in the enterprise means that (assuming Google’s plans work out) the platform will continue to grow. If that happens, it can only mean good things for the businesses in its ecosystem. Being so closely tied to Google comes with some risks, though. Google could release its own deeply integrated CRM solution, for example.