Nimble Reviews

Learn about Nimble CRM Software. Includes info on Nimble, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on January 13th, 2020

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Nimble is a Customer Relations Management tool that helps you nurture client relationships, integrate your social network feeds and opens up new channels of communication.




Nimble Contact

$12.00 per user if billed monthly; $9.00 per user if billed annually

Nimble Business

$25.00 per user if billed monthly; $19.00 per user if billed annually

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Pros: Highly intuitive software and excellent integration with external applications (except Linkedin).

Cons: A limit to how many emails you can send and a bad deal management feature.

Bottomline: Nimble boosts your sales and lead research as well as saving you plenty of time.

Key Information:


Jon Ferrara




Santa Monica, CA

Number of Employees



Jon Ferrara


3122 Santa Monica Boulevard, Santa Monica,CA, 90404

Phone Number

1 (310) 453-7722



What is Nimble CRM?

Nimble is a customer relations management tool that helps users to nurture client relationships, integrate social network feeds, and open up new channels of communication.

What does Nimble cost?

Nimble's plans range from $9.00 to $25.00 per month depending on which plan users select and whether they register for monthly or annual subscriptions. If you want an enterprise plan, you can contact Nimble to get a quote.

What is Nimble app?

Nimble works inside Office 360 or G-suite inbox. It allows you to access and update customer insights and information, and manage customer relationships.

Is there a free trial for Nimble?

Yes, Nimble offers a free, fully-featured, 14-day trial of their Business plan.

Customer Reviews:

Steli Efti

Reviewed: Oct 25, 2013

Source: Quora

We've done sales consulting for over 100 venture backed startups in Silicon Valley and many of them were using Nimble so I've seen and used the CRM in a bunch of different setups.The good: Nice UI, Good workflow automation. All the bells and whistles that you would expect from a robust CRM. The bad: Not designed to help you close more deals/do more sales, No good calling integration (for inside sales), Not really good email integration (you can cc Nimble but that's not ideal). It's basically Salesforce with a nicer UI. It's an ok system if you don't have a lot of pipeline/leads to deal with and you don't call or email your customers/leads a lot.