Pipedrive reveals its evolved customer-driven 2023 product roadmap to help small businesses grow
Pipedrive, the global sales-first CRM and intelligent revenue management platform for small businesses, today reveals its enhanced product roadmap for 2023. The roadmap is fully driven by understanding our customers' needs through a variety of touch points, including feedback received from an internal program "The Voice of Customer". As a result, Pipedrive 2023 product updates focus on the real needs of sales professionals, further boosting small business' revenue growth, despite uncertainty during the recession.
"We know the pains of sales professionals and their processes, and want to turn them into gains. With the changing economy, our customers are pushed to move further, and we want to ensure that our easy-to-use, smart and effective tools help them convert challenges into business opportunities. Pipedrive's customer-driven approach for 2023 is all about echoing the voice of our customers and helping them remain agile and thrive in this competitive environment," said Shaun Shirazian, CPO, Pipedrive.
Over the last year, Pipedrive has been thoroughly analyzing feedback from its customers and incorporated it within the product development plans. The key areas in 2023 that small businesses look for within CRM software are automated and customizable features that enable growth and sophisticated reporting tools.
A few Pipedrive product updates to look forward to in 2023:
Founded in 2010, Pipedrive is the global sales-first CRM and intelligent revenue management platform for small businesses. Today, Pipedrive is used by revenue teams at more than 100,000 companies worldwide. Pipedrive is headquartered in New York and has offices across Europe and the US. The company is backed by a majority holder Vista Equity Partners, and Bessemer Venture Partners, Insight Partners, Atomico, DTCP, and Rembrandt Venture Partners. Learn more at www.pipedrive.com.
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