What is the best SaaS product for managing phone systems for a fast growing startup company?
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Drumbi is the phone system built for SaaS startups. It captures caller info from the Web, which leads to better conversion rates and more satisfied customers.
– Patrick Vlaskovits, The Lean Entrepreneur
2. SaaS 44°
I signed up for Phone.com because it offered a free trial, unlike others. Its customer support is phenomenal, the VOIP quality is excellent and the software is superb. For around $25 each month per employee, the price is great too. I signed a contract with a competing product and after two months, we had to cancel and get a refund. Phone.com saved us.
– Ryan Buckley, Scripted, Inc.
Grasshopper is the most scalable phone system I have seen for entrepreneurs. All of its plans come with unlimited extensions, so you can add a line for a new employee in less than two minutes. It also offers reasonable pricing and the ability to share minutes across all employees. Many phone systems charge per line. If you are an entrepreneur always on the move, then Grasshopper is for you.
– Lawrence Watkins, Great Black Speakers
6. Google Voice
With Google Voice, you can set up a number and have it route to any number of phones. You’ll get transcriptions of the voicemails and can also create different voicemail messages for different phone numbers. If you have international customers, you can call them back cheaply using the Google Voice app on your phone. Best of all, there’s no monthly fee!
– Bhavin Parikh, Magoosh Inc
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