Sellsy is a cloud-based sales management solution for small to midsize businesses. Features include time tracking, sales automation and a help desk. It is suitable for industries such as advertising, construction, non-profit and retail.
The customer relationship management (CRM) module creates a pipeline view that allows users to view the status of business opportunities. Visual indicators and drag-and-drop functionality help users track and organize opportunities. A task manager allows users to assign tasks to themselves or other staff, and email reminders are sent automatically.
Point of sale features integrate with other Sellsy modules such as e-commerce, retail and inside sales. Shared agendas, discussion walls, file management and live chat help users communicate. Sellsy integrates with several applications such as Google Apps, Dropbox, Mailchimp and others.
Sellsy provides online support, including webinars. Pricing is based on annual contracts.
Jan from newborn ventures oy ltd
Employees number: 11-50 employees
We have been reporting a lot of bugs in the software. Some of them in basic functions like importing prices from a CSV file. The issues have not been solved, instead, the customer service just stops responding to emails. Also 99 out of 100 times you are not able to get help in English when calling customer service.
Just the right features that we need in our business.
The features do not work properly. Bugs are not being fixed.
James from EventTone Wireless
Specialty: Other services
When I first started my business in 2014, I had a very specific need. I honestly tried several platforms before I found Sellsy, including Salesforce and others, and nothing worked as well as Sellsy. Its intuitive, and offers a growing selection of solutions that help my business look and operate professionally. It also offers the kind of power that allows me to send quotes quickly and respond to my clients and prospects before my competition can make a move. I'm a big fan of this website and really do recommend it highly.
Sometimes the additional features take time to really learn, but I figure, that's to be expected.
Check out all the separate modules and make sure they work. I subscribed to some I thought I would need I never actually used.