In a digital world, it's more important than ever to keep your data safe and secure. Here's a checklist to go through to make sure you and your team are doing the most to protect your data.
A collection of tutorials on how to cancel any CRM account, and any fine print you might miss.
We just gave you even more control over the permissions in the CRM.
As a small business, every dollar counts, and the last thing you want it to be overpaying for anything, let alone your CRM. So here are 5 things to keep in mind to make sure you are not paying too much for your CRM.
As a business or life coach (or any other kind of coaching, really), your clients trust you to give them the advice they need to improve and grow personally and professionally. The only way you can do that is if you know the full context of their life and business -- just what LACRM does best.
As a consultant, your clients pay for your expertise and trust your advice. Here are 5 ways you can customize your LACRM account to help with this.
We've rebuilt the task report to make it a bit more polished, and easier to work through.
Less Annoying CRM is proud and delighted to be ranked #1 on US News & World Report for the second year in a row.
Are you trialing a CRM (or 5) currently? If so, here are 3 mistakes you might not be realizing that you're making (and how to avoid them!).
Our developers have completely rebuilt our integration with Mailchimp to offer additional tools to LACRM users. Here's what's new.
Whether you prefer to focus on managing properties or clients, LACRM gives you the space to enter the most important data about every interaction to make sure every sale goes smoothly.
As an insurance agent, you have juggle follow-ups, policy renewals, new clients and more every day. Here are some tips on how to customize your LACRM account to make that as easy as possible.
Being the best insurance agent for your client requires relationship-building. A CRM takes the busywork out of maintaining a relationship, and lets you focus on being the best partner for your clients. Here are 5 specific ways a CRM does that.
When a company tells you their CRM is "easy to use", what does it really mean, and how do you distinguish between ten different "easy to use" CRMs? To do that, let's break "easy to use" down to the three real key components that matter.
Less Annoying CRM is built to help any small business, but there are special tips and tricks you can set up to get it to work seamlessly for your travel agency. Here are some of them.
Being a successful travel agent is about managing relationships effectively. That's exactly what CRMs are for and why they can help a travel agent give personal attention to every client without eating up their days with data entry.
Having worked with hundreds of small business owners over the years, I've seen many successful CRM implementations, and also many unsuccessful ones. The ground truth is always the same: the best CRM for you is going to be the CRM that you and your team actually want to use.
2020 was an odd year that forced many small businesses, including us, to adapt. Here's how our 2020 went.
We want Less Annoying CRM to be the easiest software product you've ever used. Yes, that means having a well-designed product that's intuitive and simple, but it also means giving you access to helpful training resources so that you can get quick answers to all of your questions.
This year, we've made a ton of improvements to how custom fields work in LACRM. Well, we're not done yet! We just released another improvement that will help you organize your files.
We have two new improvements: keyboard shortcuts, and collapsible attached items ready for our users!
I'm excited to announce that we just launched a new feature to make Less Annoying CRM even more secure: Two-factor authentication!
Two new features for you to better customize your LACRM account!
We've got more great updates for you! Read on to learn what the LACRM product team has been working on...
Our interns have been hard at work on new features -- here are some of the new tools they've built.