Are you worried about your team’s capacity to incorporate a CRM system into their work? Do you need to get your CRM implemented quickly? Do you work with a large number of external vendors, all of whom have transactions to process and data that should make it into your system? If so, Keap might be the right system for you.
We found that you can get Keap up and running in less than 20 minutes, it has several highly useful built-in automations, and when we did encounter challenges, its customer service was easy to access and particularly helpful. The built-in integrations with PayPal, Stripe, WePay (Chase), EVO Payments, eWay and Nexus Merchants make accepting payments of all types simple and quick. Additionally, because Keap’s fee structure is based on the number of contacts you’re using, it can be more cost-effective for smaller organizations, though it can quickly become one of the more expensive options if you exceed the contact limits.
That simplicity doesn’t mean Keap’s functionality is limited. It integrates with more than 2,500 apps, the largest number of any system we reviewed, though those integrations can be pricey.