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Voted Best CRM Lead Management Software in December 2018 by HubSpot customers.Learn more
Voted #1 in 2019 Best Products for Marketing by HubSpot customers.Learn more
60,000+ companies use the HubSpot CRM to power their campaigns and communications, providing the context they need to seamlessly organize, track, and nurture relationships with their leads and customers.
Best CRM Lead Management Software of December 2018, as reviewed by HubSpot customers.Learn more
Best CRM Software of 2018 and 2019, as voted by HubSpot customers.Learn more
Tens of thousands of customers are using HubSpot Marketing Hub to connect the dots between all their marketing efforts and design a seamless customer experience.
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In just the past 12 months, we increased our web traffic by 252% and boosted new leads by 313%. It's made a significant impact on our sales conversions, which are up by 73%.
The HubSpot Sales Hub is empowering sales team with the information and tools they need to help prospects when, where, and how they need it -- so they spend less time on manual work, and more time selling.
Two years ago, our salespeople simply didn’t have the right tools for CRM and sales pipeline management. Today, their lives are a lot easier! They are saving so much time and connecting with their leads on a much deeper level.
Service Hub helps you build a better customer experience, create self-service solutions, and grow through customer success. With Service Hub, agents stay organized, have happier customers, and can easily report on customers needs.
It was vital for us to centralize our data from a customer service standpoint. Because we have the HubSpot Marketing and Sales tools, it made a ton of sense to have one spot where our reps could find all the information they need about a contact. It makes it easy to help customers as quickly and efficiently as possible.
A clear view of what tickets are a priority, so we can handle the big issues first while sprinkling in some smaller issues, has had a direct impact on our team’s results. In the tracking in Service Hub, we’ve seen a rise and normalization of customer engagement scores and a steady decrease over time in ticket volume. Overall we’re just operating at a higher level.
Whenever somebody calls in, our tech support creates a ticket so we can track issues. If we see a lot of people having the same problem, that would be a red flag to us, and maybe we need to make an article about that.
How do we do self-service and not lose that piece we are known for, personalized service? Our hypothesis is that creating self-service options gives us more time to be out riding with customers and building programs that will benefit them and make their experience great.