Don’t Be A Turkey, Switch To Zoho One

As we fill our bellies tomorrow with friends and family, slipping into a weekend-long food coma, what better time to start thinking about making the switch to Zoho One.

With the new year looming around the corner, wouldn’t it be nice to have all aspects of your business run under one software solution?

In light of Thanksgiving here are five things to be thankful for when you switch to Zoho One.

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Pricing

When it comes to pricing, Zoho One is virtually impossible to beat for what you get. Zoho One offers more integrations than any suite in the industry. With over 40+ enterpriselevel applications for the low price of $37 per user per month, it is hard to beat.

Most other competing SaaS solutions out there would be 3-5x the price of Zoho One with not even coming close to the number of software solutions included in the suite.

Even better let’s look at just some core applications from Zoho if you were to purchase single-user licenses. Let us take four key products you would probably want to use if you were a small business:

  • CRM Enterprise – $40 per user per month
  • Campaigns – $4.50 per month
  • SalesIQ Enterprise – $20 per operator per month
  • Desk Enterprise – $40 per user per month

These four enterprise products alone would total over $120 per month! And to think with Zoho One you only pay $37 and get an additional 40+ enterprise-level applications as well. Every dollar saved to help your business grow is something to be thankful for.

Applications

When it comes to the applications that come with a SaaS business suite, Zoho reigns supreme. With over 50+ applications and more on the way, Zoho is truly dedicated to having a solution that solves any problem a business might encounter. And the great news is Zoho One includes most of them. Even as they add new applications most of them end up in the Zoho One bundle as well.

Though most businesses don’t need all the applications and often times will find themselves just using a few, having options is nice. Whether it is Sales, Marketing, Support, Communication, Collaboration, Productivity, Finance, Operations, Human Resources, or Business Processes, Zoho is constantly improving or adding new solutions to each one of these fields. The latest addition this year includes Zoho Voice tackling the Telephony market (not yet included with Zoho One).

It is truly amazing the growth of this bundle over the years and its continued growth. This year alone Zoho One has added 5 new applications: Commerce, TeamInbox, Lens, Learn, and Data Prep.

Updates

Our podcast The CRM Zen Show has been covering Zoho news every week now for over 2 years. And guess what, there is never a dull week. Every week there are countless updates, improvements, new UIs, features, community feedback, and more. When you purchase a solution you want something that you know is going to improve with time, Zoho delivers on this.

If you follow our resource library we rate products Yes, Maybe, and No. And man how over time there are fewer and fewer products in the No and Maybe sections. Not every Zoho product from the get-go is perfect and they know this. But they listen to the community, get feedback, invest in R&D, and keep pushing to make each product a top-tier solution.

Even when it reaches that level they keep pushing to make improvements and innovate with new industry standards and firsts. Take Canvas for Zoho CRM as an example. It is the first of its kind drag-and-drop codeless builder where you can customize the layout of your CRM.

It is a great feeling being part of an ecosystem where good is never good enough and there is a constant push to be better. Yet another reason to be thankful for when you switch to Zoho One.

Security

Peace of mind knowing your company and clients’ data is safe isn’t as common as you think in today’s tech world. Luckily, you can rest assured and be thankful that Zoho takes its security measures extremely seriously. With over 70 million users in their hands, Zoho treats its users’ data with the highest standards.

With data centers built and managed by Zoho all around the world, you can feel safe knowing your data is secure and won’t fall into someone else’s hands. A unique framework separating your data from other users and government-level encryption, your data is secure.

Another aspect that sets Zoho apart from other companies is that it doesn’t mine and sell your data to others. Many other big companies may share your data in private for research purposes with other third-party analytic companies. With Zoho, your data resides only with Zoho, and analytics are not shared with others.

Growing Community

In the past 25 years, Zoho has grown from a few employees to over 10,000. Under a decade ago they only had 2,000 employees and now are growing each year by 2,000. The user base has now surpassed 80 million and continues to grow.

Being a privately owned cooperation they have been able to focus on their core values. Giving back to the communities in India, building remote offices and headquarters all around the world, heavy investment into R&D, and most importantly at Zoho, you are family.

When you switch your company over to Zoho One, you become part of this community and family. We can say personally that we are thankful for being a part of such an amazing community and look forward to sharing experiences with other members as it grows.

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