Scorpion helps businesses grow more quickly by streamlining the processes of lead generation, management, analysis, and conversion. These tasks are made easier by the company’s extensive suite of digital marketing tools. Scorpion offers a solution that is all-encompassing when it comes to the sales cycle and everything else that goes along with it.
Scorpion’s lead generation services are divided into four major directions – content marketing, digital advertising, social media, and SEO – each comprising a unique set of tools to make you successful in what you do.
Scorpion helps businesses run their websites, manage customers, accept payments, schedule appointments, upgrade sales funnels with artificial intelligence, and more. The company has every essential tool for building a world-class business from scratch and automating it as much as it’s possible given the current technological advancements in automation, AI, and marketing.
Industries and Companies
Trusted by over 14,000 businesses across the globe, mainly in the United States, Scorpion is mostly used in the legal sphere, hospital & healthcare, law practice, and construction. A few dozen businesses representing consumer services, political organizations, and finance are utilizing Scorpion’s solutions as well.
At the same time, the company is mostly used by small (<50 employees) and medium-sized (<1,000 employees) businesses – 84% and 12% respectively, and only a few enterprises employing over 5,000 people. The revenue of most of the companies using Scorpion is less than $10 million a year, with four businesses making over a billion dollars annually.
Scorpion received decent marks from major rating agencies, such as G2, Crozdesk, Trustpilot, and Capterra, with the average score being four out of five, leaving behind Copper and Monday and crawling behind HubSpot. No less important is that neither of the mentioned companies is focused on lead management as much as Scorpion does, which might be a reason to choose the latter over its competitors.
Scorpion is one of the most narrow-focused lead management solutions on the market, with a supreme website and super-easy navigation.
90%+ Retention Rate
Rumor has it, Scorpion retains over 90% of its customers, which is a telltale sign of the quality of its software.
Heavily Focused on Lead Management
Unlike many other similar solutions, Scorpion is primarily focused on acquiring, converting, and retaining customers, which puts it above a fair number of competitors trying to grasp the immensity.
Countless reviews emphasize high communication standards in the Scorpion’s team, whether it be setting up the software, consulting, or else.
Scorpion doesn’t have pricing plans – instead, you pay for what you use and how much you use it.
Market Share and Forecast
With over 1,400 employees and annual revenue of $337 million, Scorpion is developing at a moderate pace. The company grew its employee count by 2% last year, and the website’s global ranking has increased by over 60,000 positions during the last three months.
The position compared to competitors is robust as well. As the graph below shows, Scorpion enjoys at least 50% more direct traffic than Leadfeeder, another prominent lead management company.
It goes without saying, though, that there are many more competitors than just Leadfeeder, some of which are ahead. But then again, the steady pace of development of Scorpion must be satisfactory for anyone willing to buy from the company or cooperate with it.
Pricing and Packages
Having no pricing plans may seem a disadvantage, but, if you come to think of it, you don’t have to pay for what you are not going to use. With individual pricing, you can handpick only the tools, features, and services you need.