Written by Rob Binns Updated on August 31, 2022 On this page Introduction to CRM Pricing How Much Does CRM Cost? Which CRM Supplier Is Right For You? monday.com Zoho Pipedrive Freshsales Zendesk Salesforce HubSpot Microsoft Dynamics 365 SugarCRM Our Methodology Next Steps FAQs Expand Swipe right to see more 0 out of 0 backward forward monday.com Zoho CRM Pipedrive Freshsales CRM Zendesk Salesforce Hubspot CRM Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sugar CRM Starting Price $10 per user per month Starting Price $14 per user per month Starting Price $14.90 per user per month Starting Price $15 per user per month Starting Price $19 per user per month Starting Price $25 per user per month Starting Price $22.50 per user per month Starting Price $65 (sales)$50 (service) Starting Price $49 Middle Price $14 per user per month Middle Price $40 per user per month Middle Price $49.90 per user per month Middle Price $39 per user per month Middle Price $99 per user per month Middle Price $75 per user per month Middle Price $90 per user per month Middle Price $95 (sales)$95 (service) Middle Price $80 Top Price $24 per user per month Top Price $57 per user per month Top Price $79.90 per user per month Top Price $69 per user per month Top Price $199 per user per month Top Price $300 per user per month Top Price $120 per user per month Top Price $162 (sales)$95 (service)$1,500 (marketing) Top Price $1,000 Free Plan Free Plan Free Plan Free Plan Free Plan Free Plan Free Plan Free Plan Free Plan Free Trial 14 days Free Trial 30 days Free Trial 14 days Free Trial Free plan Free Trial 30 days Free Trial 30 days Free Trial 14 days Free Trial 30 days Free Trial 7 days Try monday.com Try Zoho CRM Try Pipedrive Compare quotes Try Zendesk Try Salesforce Try HubSpot Compare quotes Try SugarCRM Thinking about investing in a customer relationship management (CRM) system? A wise decision. CRM is a powerful tool for storing your business’ contact, deal, and lead information, and leveraging it to drive targeted email marketing and better planning.The question, then, isn’t whether to invest in a CRM system – it’s which supplier to go with. There are literally hundreds of different CRM systems out there, each with wildly varying pricing plans, packages, and feature tiers. And unless you have hours of time (and vast reserves of patience), comparing this huge range of CRM costs and providers will prove to be more effort than it’s worth.That’s why we’ve put together a detailed guide to CRM pricing. We’ve reviewed the products and price ranges of 12 suppliers below, to help you find the right provider for your business. Or, you can use our free quote finding service to compare suppliers most suitable for you.But first, here’s a quick answer to that million dollar question: how much does CRM software actually cost? CRM pricing: how much does CRM cost?Paid CRM system costs start from around $12 per user, per month for small businesses. More advanced packages for larger enterprises range from $50 to $150 per user, per month, while the most expensive CRM systems charge $300 per user, per month, or more. Free plans are also available, but impose restrictive limitations on features and data storage. We don’t recommend them for growing businesses. Which CRM Supplier is Right For Your Business?Scroll on to start getting to grips with pricing ranges and packages for the country’s top CRM suppliers – they’re in alphabetical order. monday.com$10 to $24 per user, per month monday.com 3.9 Pricing $10-$24 per user, per month Visit monday Quick overview At $8 per user, per month, the ‘Basic’ plan offers an app for both iOS and Android, as well as 5GB of storage and whiteboard collaboration. We’d recommend at least going for monday.com’s ‘Standard’ plan, though. It adds timeline and calendar views, advanced search functionality, and up to 250 app integrations – and, at just $10 per user, per month all in, the plan’s not that much more expensive than its predecessor. Read more + Read less - Pricing See more See less TiersPrice Basic $10 per user per month Standard $14 per user per month Pro $24 per user per month Enterprise Bespoke Zoho$14 to $57 per user, per month Zoho CRM 4.7 Pricing $14 – $52 per user per month Try Zoho Quick overview Zoho is one of the most affordable CRM softwares on the market, but it more than holds its own against more expensive packages. Sure, the interface isn’t as jazzy, but it gets the job done. If email is your main use for CRM, Zoho will really come into its own. Free for up to three users, with paid plans starting at $14/user/month (billed monthly). Read more + Read less - Strengths Free for up to three users Easy to use and to set up Great email marketing tools, plus web forms for collecting lead info Weaknesses Mobile app has quite limited functionality Reduced customer support Pricing See more See less TiersPrice Standard $14 per user per month Professional $23 per user per month Enterprise $40 per user per month Ultimate $52 per user per month Plus $57 per user per month Gallery See more See less Click to expand Pipedrive$14.90 to $99 per user, per month Pipedrive Pricing $14.90 – $99 per user per month Try Pipedrive Quick overview Pipedrive is the perfect affordable CRM solution for businesses with several stages in their sales funnel. It’s the perfect way to guide each consumer from prospect to regular customer, especially for high-value products. Easily integrate with third party applications to maximize efficiency. Plans start at $18/user/month. Read more + Read less - Strengths Advanced app versions for on the move management Efficient customer service and helpful guidance Comprehensive lead management – clearly see where each contact is in the sales funnel User-friendly interface Free trial available Weaknesses Not as much scope for customization as other platforms, so might not be suitable for more niche industries The features might be overkill for very small businesses Pricing See more See less Pipedrive CRM pricing Essential $14.90 per user per month Advanced $24.90 per user per month Professional $49.90 per user per month Enterprise $99 per user per month Gallery See more See less Click to expand Freshsales$15 to $69 per user, per month Freshsales 4.5 Pricing $15 - $69 per user per month Try Freshsales Quick overview If you’re a small business looking for a good, affordable CRM system without all the bells and whistles, Freshsales will be right up your street. Get up and running in next to no time with an easy, useful dashboard, packed full of features you’ll actually use. Freshsales is popular across the board, but it’s the small businesses that sing its praises the loudest. Plans start at $15/user/month. Read more + Read less - Strengths Great for automating tasks such as logging phone calls A simple software that’s easy to pick up, and won’t require much training Free trial available Weaknesses Offers fewer third party integrations than competitors such as Zoho and Salesforce Pricing See more See less TiersPrice Growth $15 per user per month Pro $39 per user per month Enterprise $69 per user per month Gallery See more See less Click to expand Zendesk$19 to $150 per user, per month Zendesk 3.3 Pricing $19 - $150 per user, per month Compare quotes Quick overview Despite being the only CRM provider on this list not to offer a marketing product, Zendesk makes up for it with affordable, effective solutions for sales and service teams. ‘Sell’ starts from just $19 per user, per month, while ‘Support’ – Zendesk’s product for service teams – is available at the mouth-wateringly low price point of $5 per user, per month.Upgrading to Zendesk’s ‘Growth’ tier ($49 per user, per month) adds reporting dashboards and advanced call analytics, plus sales goals and forecasting. The ‘Enterprise’ plan ($99 per user, per month) adds skills-based routing to your customer service team’s armory, while your sales hotshots will benefit from lead scoring, task automation, and extra sales pipelines. Read more + Read less - Pricing See more See less TiersPrice Team $19 per user per month Growth $49 per user per month Enterprise $99 per user per month Elite $150 per user per month The ‘Elite’ plan (and its conspicuous $199 per user, per month price tag) should speak for itself. As well as enhanced software security and uptime, you’ll receive unlimited sales pipelines, sales insights reports, and a rep performance dashboard. You’ll also receive the finest customer support Zendesk has to offer – and that’s saying something!Zendesk CRM PricingEssentialTeamProfessionalEnterpriseEliteZendesk SellN/A$19 per user, per month$49 per user, per month$99 per user, per month$150 per user, per monthZendesk Support$5 per user, per month$19 per user, per month$49 per user, per month$99 per user, per month$150 per user, per monthZendesk offers a free 30-day trial on all plans except ‘Elite’. Salesforce$25 to $300 per user, per month Salesforce 3.7 Pricing $25 – $300 per user per month Try Salesforce Quick overview There’s a reason why, when googling CRM systems, you’ll find plenty of articles with titles such as ‘7 Best Alternatives to Salesforce’; it’s really set the bar high when it comes to CRM systems, and seems to have a plan to suit everyone. But when it comes to affordability and value for money, how does it stack up? Plans start at $25/user/month. Read more + Read less - Strengths Good range of features that make it well-suited to medium-large businesses Huge number of integrations available, including a number of Salesforce’s own. This makes it a really robust tool for marketing as well as sales Free trial available Weaknesses One of the pricier systems around Not the easiest to get to grips with quickly Very small businesses should opt for a cheaper, easier product Pricing See more See less TiersPrice Essentials $25 per user per month Professional $75 per user per month Enterprise $150 per user per month Unlimited $300 per user per month Gallery See more See less Click to expand HubSpot$22.50 to $120 per user, per month HubSpot 4.3 Pricing $25 - $120 per user, per month Try HubSpot Quick overview Each of HubSpot’s packages for marketing, sales, and service teams start at a relatively budget-friendly $25 per user, per month. We recommend the Growth Suite, though – it includes HubSpot’s Marketing, Sales, and Service ‘Hubs’ in a single package, with a tasty discount to boot. Upgrading any of HubSpot’s plans to the ‘Professional’ tier ($90 per user, per month for the Growth Suite) buys you task automation, as well as three standout features for marketing teams: A/B testing, website traffic analytics, and video hosting. Read more + Read less - HubSpot’s ‘Enterprise’ plan ($420 per user, per month, for the Growth Suite) might break the bank, but whoa – it’s impressive.Between predictive lead scoring, behavioral event triggers, and multi-touch revenue attribution, you’ll have everything you need to take your marketing, sales, and customer service efforts to the next level.HubSpot CRM PricingMarketing HubSales HubService HubGrowth SuiteAdditional 1,000 contactsTry it nowStarter (1 paid user, 1,000 contacts included)$45 per month$45 per month$45 per month$113 per month$20 per monthTry HubSpot StarterProfessional (5 paid users, 1,000 contacts included)$800 per month$450 per month$450 per month$1,200 per month$50 per monthTry HubSpot ProfessionalEnterprise (10 paid users, 10,000 contacts included)$3,200 per month$1,200 per month$1,200 per month$4,200 per month$10 per monthTry HubSpot EnterpriseHubSpot offers a free version for unlimited users, in which you can store up to 1,000,000 contacts. There’s also a free 30-day trial for new customers. Microsoft Dynamics 365$65 per user, per month to $162 per account, per month Microsoft Dynamics 365 3.7 Pricing $65 per user, per month - $1,500 per account, per month Compare quotes Quick overview Dynamics 365 is one of the most advanced CRM systems on the market, with AI-enhanced reporting and several top-of-the-line features that almost (bit not quite) rival Salesforce. Where the system does rival Salesforce, though, is with its expensive price tag.Sure, its basic products for customer service ($50 per user, per month) and sales teams ($65 per user, per month) are affordable. And if you already use one of Dynamics 365’s products at your business, the company offers a discount on any subsequent orders. But it’s when you start mixing and matching Dynamics 365’s range of add-on CRM costs that the price really starts to balloon. Read more + Read less - Pricing See more See less Tiers Professional $65 per user per month Enterprise $95 per user per month Premium $135 per user per month Relationship Sales $162 per user per month Dynamics 365 CRM PricingDynamics 365’s pricing for its sales and customer service modules is easy enough to get to grips with. The total you’ll pay depends on the specific subset of features you’ll need, as well as the amount of functionality required.ProfessionalEnterprisePremiumSales$65 per user, per month*$95 per user, per month*$135 per user, per monthCustomer Service$50 per user, per month*$95 per user, per month*N/A*If this is your first Dynamics 365 app. If you already have a Dynamics 365 app installed at your business, the price is $20.If you require Dynamics 365’s marketing module, be prepared to pay at least $1,500 per account, per month – though this cost is slashed by half to just $750 if you already use a qualifying Dynamics 365 app.So, how about those add-on CRM costs we mentioned? These come in the form of additional modules, which you can purchase to increase the scope of Dynamics 365’s functionality. They include:‘Customer Insights’ (from $1,500 per account, per month), a powerful customer data and business intelligence platform that works with Dynamics 365’s sales, marketing, and customer service products.‘Customer Voice’ ($100 per account, per month for 2,000 surveys), allows you to generate surveys to gather crucial feedback about your business and brand.Dynamics 365 offers a 14-day trial for new users.You're halfway through comparing CRM costs and pricing plans with us. Time to take the plunge, and start comparing quotes?Simply hit one of the buttons below to start our quick questionnaire. It takes just 30 seconds to do, and by telling us more about your business’ specific requirements, we can help ensure that you receive the best, most personalized rates on CRM software. SugarCRM$49 per user, per month to $1,000 per month SugarCRM 3.7 Pricing $49 per user, per month - $1,000 per month Compare quotes Quick overview Predictably by now, SugarCRM splits its pricing out into three packages, based on the type of team they’re designed to support. There’s Sugar Sell (for sales teams, from $49 per user, per month), Sugar Market (for marketing teams, from $1,000 per month), and Sugar Serve (for customer service teams, starting at $80 per month). All are cloud-based, billed annually, and ideal for the needs of fast-growth businesses. Read more + Read less - SugarCRM PricingSugar SellSugar ServeSugar MarketFrom $49 per user, per monthFrom $49 per user, per monthFrom $1,000 per monthSugarCRM also offers two legacy on-premise products that combine elements of sales, service, and marketing functionality.These are ‘Sugar Professional’ – which starts at $52 per user, per month, and caters to small and medium-sized businesses – and ‘Sugar Enterprise’, designed for larger businesses. Pricing for this package starts at $85 per user, per month.Sugar ProfessionalSugar EnterpriseFrom $49 per user, per monthFrom $85 per user, per monthSugarCRM offers a free 7-day trial on Sugar Sell, but only a live demo of Sugar Market. How Did We Find the Best CRM Software?Our team of independent researchers looked at a selection of the best and most popular CRM software. After finding all the information we need, the researchers then compare each software against its competitors, allowing us to find the cream of the crop. The criteria we look at include:Price: Simple enough – the platform with the lowest price tag scores the bestCustomization: What does the platform allow you to toy with in order to make it suit your business?Features: Again, fairly easy to assess. Whichever platforms offer the best variety of features are given a better placement than those that have a more skint collection of tools.Team Infrastructure: How does the platform allow you to manage large sales teams?Customer Support: Again, easy enough – look at the options available and see what each platform offers its customers when it comes to their support resourcesScalability: How much does each software allow your business to grow over time?After factoring in all this information, alongside the scores they received, we were able to calculate a final overall score for each CRM platform. Next stepsNow you have an idea of what you can expect to pay for CRM software, it’s time to decide which is the best fit for the specific needs of your business. But don’t stress, because the whole process really is easier than it sounds – especially if you use our free quote-finding service. Here’s how it works.Simply provide us with a few details about your team’s CRM requirements via the questionnaire below. We’ll ask about your business’ size and industry, and there are a couple of questions designed to let us know which specific CRM features you’re most interested in – like whether you already use contact management software, for instance.Once we have all this, we’ll match you with one or more leading CRM software suppliers in the US, who’ll be in touch with you directly to offer tailored CRM quotes and advice. It’s completely free, takes less than a minute, and you’re under no obligation to buy anything. You just have to be based in the US to qualify.Good luck! Hit one of the buttons below to get your free quote. It takes just 30 seconds... Compare Costs from Leading CRM Providers and Save Yes No Frequently asked questions Which CRM supplier offers the best free plan? Several CRM providers offer free versions. The catch, however, is that free plans are always limited in terms of the features they contain, and the level of customer support available. HubSpot, Freshsales, Zoho, Capsule, and Cloze all offer free plans. Which one is right for you, though, depends on what you’re looking for in a CRM system.To help whittle it down, our quote-finding questionnaire should help. Which CRM software is the best for my small business? Naturally, the cheaper CRM systems are going to be better-suited to smaller businesses. Not only will they be easier on your wallet, but they’ll also be easier to use, owing to the fact that they come with fewer features.Freshsales, Zoho, and Cloze (their lower-cost CRM plans, at least) all fit into this bracket. If you’re new to CRM software and want a solution that’s quick to get the hang of and won’t break the bank, you can’t look past one of these thrifty three.For more info, check out our comprehensive guide to the best CRM systems for small businesses, and get the best deal for your SMB. Rob Binns Senior Writer Rob writes mainly about the payments industry, but also brings to the table industry-specific knowledge of CRM software, business loans, fulfilment, and invoice finance. When not exasperating his editor with bad puns, he can be found relaxing in a sunny (socially-distanced) corner, with a beer and a battered copy of Dostoevsky.