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Attio is a CRM built with integrations, automations, and flexibility in mind. It is designed so individuals, teams, and organizations can build their perfect relationship management solution.
Because Attio uses your email data to automatically build out a relationship database, it works best when teams use it together. The collective database means contacts, information, and communications can be quickly shared between teammates. People get the most out of Attio when it's used in relationship-based environments. If you are regularly in contact with people outside your organization then Attio will work well for you.
Attio's biggest fans love its flexible Collection and View format that lets you build mini-CRMs unique to your problem within your team's workspace.
The large number of possibilities available to people can be daunting, but the large number of pre-made templates and quick support response helps almost anyone get started quickly.
Features and Functionality
Collections and Views. Build tables, kanban boards, and calendars with powerful filters and attributes to solve your problem. Share them with your team or keep them private.
Automatic data. All of your team's emails and connections are automatically created. People and companies are automatically enriched. And Attio automatically provides relationship insights.
All the CRM classics. Notes, tasks, additional data fields, file storage, and more are all there.
Real time. Everything is made for collaboration and real-time viewing. As you and your teammates work it will update live.
Powerful permissions. You can decide exactly who views what. Everything from individual emails to entire Collections can have its permissions set.
Android and iOS. Dedicated Android and iOS apps.
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