Velocify recognized as powerful sales CRM platform by Software Advice.
According to Software Advice, 75 percent of buyers leverage online reviews as a part of their decision-making process, and those who do report greater levels of satisfaction with their purchase decisions.
Because of this, review sites are a gold mine for anyone considering a sales CRM (Customer Relationship Management) platform or any other software for their business. Reviews give shoppers unbiased insight into current customer experiences.
With the announcement of Velocify as a FrontRunners Master for CRM software by Software Advice, businesses in the market for a powerful sales CRM platform can incorporate data-driven analysis into their decision-making process. Powered by Gartner Methodology, CRM FrontRunners have high scores across two categories—capability and value.
“We draw heavily from user reviews to highlight products with the greatest value and capability; the Masters quadrant in particular features products with an especially high value-for-money ratio.”
– Melissa McCormack, Research Manager at Software Advice
“Velocify has both a high number of overall user reviews and high average user ratings, with its top marks earned for ease of use, functionality and customer support.”
The Gartner Methodology leveraged in the analysis process assesses capability based on user satisfaction ratings. Ratings breakdown feedback to understand satisfaction across functionality, ease of use, and customer support. Additionally, capability scoring includes an analysis on business confidence that assesses Velocify’s history and commitment to growth.
Value is also measured according to user feedback. Scoring takes into consideration how likely users are to recommend Velocify, value relative to price, and user adoption ratings. Velocify’s high score positions the sales CRM platform as an industry standard with higher than average adoption rates.
For more, read the Software Advice report.
About the Author: Jaime Lee is the content marketing manager at Velocify. She has a background in channel marketing at VMware and spent some time on the Silicon Valley startup circuit developing internal and external communication strategies. An avid tennis player, Jaime is currently pursuing a Master’s in Communication Management from the University of Southern California. She holds a BA in Communication from the University of California, Santa Barbara.