What you guys are missing about Responsibid is that it is not a CRM. you still need a job manager. It's a bidding tool and it's actually quite brilliant in that regard. it presents your bid in 3 columns, low, middle, high price with additional perks or offers. Psychologically that's great for sales. The consumer can agree and sign the contract and then it sends you to the calendar to book. It integrates with service monster, housecall pro, markate and others and sends the job there.
After submitting the form and getting a quote, the consumer gets a text if they didn't schedule. You can set it up to text them for a couple of days to try and get them to accept the quote. That's called automated marketing. But it's limited in that regard. If you want a text widget on your website which I recommend everyone get, you still need to pay Chiirp or whatever tool that will integrate with it. Chiirp is another $200/mo for the level you need. So just to get started with those you need $500 setup up for Responsibid, $200/mo for that, $200/mo for Chiirp. The ROI could be great, so I'm not knocking it, but we're building our own system by tying 3 pieces of software together at a fraction of that cost because I want more on the automated marketing side and Responsibid is weak there.