Firstly, there is a starter package available called Sprout, which is completely free. This actually allows unlimited users and entries in your database. Although you obviously don’t get a vast range of features, you still have access to contact management, integrations, and mobile apps.
Elsewhere, Freshsales has four paid price plans, which are all relatively affordable and scale effectively from personal contact management software up to the enterprise level. The first three can be paid monthly or annually, though annual payments are significantly cheaper.
Blossom is the cheapest package, at $12/user/month. It’s intended for small teams and includes a generous 250 daily bulk emails, five intelligent workflows, and two sales campaigns per user, along with all the basic contact management tools you’ll need.
Garden is for mid-sized teams and costs $25. Along with an increase to 500 bulk emails, five campaigns, and 15 intelligent workflows per user, this plan also includes the customization tools for creating and organizing custom fields.
Estate costs $49, and is built for large teams. While the abovementioned contact manager metrics are increased once again, it’s the unlocked reports dashboard — analyzing sales activities, forecasting revenues, and more — which is more notable. Estate also lets you track website activity, and capture leads.
Weighing in at $79 we have Forest, made for enterprises. In addition to 2,000 daily bulk emails, 25 sales campaigns, and 75 intelligent workflows per user, this allows IP whitelisting and audit logs (which track every action performed by users on your account).