Reach your growth targets with a CRM for Small Business

Use an all-in-one tool CRM with social selling & sales prospecting features

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CRM for Small Business | Breakcold
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Why should you use a CRM for Small Business?

SMBs need to use a CRM if they want to close more sales. Excel sheets and free CRMs won't take your business to the next level. You need to build a sales acquisition machine and your CRM is the heart of it.

Manage B2B contacts and build a sales pipeline

If you don't have any skills to build a sales pipeline, Breakcold provides you with ready-to-go templates.

Sales Pipeline | Breakcold

Build B2B relationships faster with a prospecting feed

Sales prospecting is not fun, not anymore with Breakcold's prospecting feed. It's like chilling on Instagram but you're actually making money.

Social Selling Company News in the Prospecting Feed | Breakcold

Contact prospects via LinkedIn, Twitter & Email from one place

Your time as a Small Business owner is important, don't waste it. Centralize all your LinkedIn, Twitter and Email prospecting into one place.

Multi Channel Sales Outreach | Breakcold

Send follow-up emails to warm & cold prospects

Depending on your type of business as SMB, sending cold emails at scale can make you land amazing clients on auto-pilot.

Cold Email Sequence | Breakcold

Other features included for Small Business

CRM features for SMBs

CRM for SMBs Q&A

Common questions about CRMs for Small Business?

Why your CRM is better for SMBs?

Breakcold is a SMB itself, from pricing to features, everything has been thought for small business. You also get unlimited team members without paying new seats which is a game changer for a CRM.

What are the use cases of a CRM for SMBs?

Breakcold CRM for SMBs can be used to:

  • get more clients with cold email & social selling
  • manage existing clients to have more retention
  • re-engage past clients for referral
  • set-up a true sales process with your team
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