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Online Sales Lead Management

Published 01/19/2011 and rated Ratingstars4 4 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
What can you use the app for?

Managing leads is a very important part of almost any business. Mishandled leads can actually turn into lost profits. Dashboard is an application focused on helping professionals and businesses manage their leads better. Users can create their own lead collection web forms and access their account from anywhere with an internet connection. Leads are collected in real time and users can customize their lead profiles and work with multiple lead types. Additional management tools allow users to gather unlimited leads, import leads from other files or sources, filter and sort leads, add quick tags to highlight vital leads, set follow up reminders, tack notes and user tasks, and upload documents, spreadsheets and images. Dashboard also handles reporting so users can check conversion rates, sources and individual sales person success.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

Dashboard was created by LeadLog LLC in 2008. LeadLog is based out of Boca Raton, Florida. The company offers internet technology solutions that focus on people. Dashboard is currently LeadLog LLC’s flagship product.

What are the differences to other apps? provides its users with a lengthy list of features that can help them improve lead conversion rates. Users can not only record lead information, but also analyze it. The user can view lead reporting based on source or sales person. GetDashboard also helps users organize their leads to minimize the amount of time needed to locate them. Users can add quick tags or sorting options so they can spend less time organizing and more time talking to a prospect.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The Dashboard website uses a very professional grey color scheme with hints of reddish orange. The site uses modern elements, such as light shading and rounded corners which give it some personality. The homepage includes colorful screenshots and a great deal of information that will entice new users without overwhelming them. The lead lists and other information is presented in a concise, organized manner that includes hints of color here and there to make it easier to identify specific lead details.

How does the registration process work?

New users can click the grey and black “Pricing and Sign Up” button found at the top, right hand corner of the homepage to begin Dashboard registration. The account creation form requires a first and last name, company name, phone number, preferred currency, time zone, email address and password. The bottom of the form asks the user for their desired Dashboard URL and an optional promotion code if the user has one.

What does it cost to use the application?

Dashboard users are given a 15 day free trial to try the application. User billing is kept simple with one economical option. Users pay around $15 per month per user for full access to all available features. This allows the user to select only as many memberships as they need. Small businesses can really appreciate the low per member rate, although larger businesses with more sales people might need to pay a great deal more.

Who would you recommend the application to?

Anyone who handles leads can really appreciate Dashboard. The application allows users to records lead information, collect leads and analyze lead related data. Using Dashboard, businesses can work more effectively and convert more leads into actual paying customers.

  • Record lead information and collect leads through a web form
  • View reports based on lead sources and sales people
  • Import leads from other sources and files
  • Use the Dashboard API to integrate the application into a website
  • Customize customer information forms

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