15 Game-Changing No-Code Sales Tools

15 Game-Changing No-Code Sales Tools

Improve your team’s sales productivity and close rates with no-code sales tools. What previously required engineers to build, these no-code sales tools can now be built without writing any code so anyone on your team can create these tools. How is that possible? Blaze’s visual interface features drag-and-drop components for you to build the exact sales tool you need. Let’s boost your team’s sales efficiency! 

No-Code Tool Types

There are a variety of no-code sales tools with different types of functionality. Let’s go through a few:

Applications or Portals

Create a customer portal or sales content management tool from scratch in Blaze’s no-code platform. These are tools where you can collect new information, store it, organize data, and invite your customers to input information. 


There is another set of no-code sales tools where you can automatically connect into your existing sales CRM like Salesforce or Marketo and create custom dashboards. Sales CRMs can be complex and difficult to navigate. With Blaze, you can build sales tools that filters all your sales data into exactly what you need and what’s important for your sales team. 

In addition, you can build powerful marketing dashboards. Marketing is an integral aspect of any company's operations.Whether it’s your email marketing, online marketing, conversational marketing, and other forms of online communication and interactions, having a dashboard that shares your marketing performance is a great way to leverage no-code tools.

Workflow Automation

Everyone expects everything to get done correctly, quickly, and on-time right away. No-code tools can help with your team’s workflow by automating processes. Set up triggers that remind a sales manager to email a customer when that customer makes a purchase.

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1. Custom Customer Relationship Management or CRM

A solid customer relationship management platform is essential for every company wishing to increase its sales volume, get repeat customers, and maintain high retention rates. Developing a custom CRM that combines info from your sales CRM, customer support database, and other places makes it simple for staff from different teams to share and consume the same customer information, enhancing relationships with everyone interested in the company. Create a CRM that is your team’s one source of truth on customer data.

2. Product Trial Manager

Whether you have a SaaS product or are selling physical goods, tracking your product trials will help increase your conversion rates. Understand exactly where a customer is in the sales pipeline, have automated emails and reminders sent out during trials, and see a customers’ usage of your product during the trial. Provide your sales team and executives a dashboard that shows how many customers sign on for a trial each day, how many are about to end their trial, and how many are converting. 

3. Sales Pipeline Dashboard

A sales dashboard helps the viewer display and analyze key metrics from revenue figures to top customers. beneficial for making more informed decisions and performing better performance assessments. An indicator or metric, often known as a Key Performance Indicator or KPI, is used to assess the progress of specific sales operations to improve revenue growth.

Sales dashboards separate data into manageable pieces of information that you may use to gain valuable intelligence into the company's operations and performance.

4. SDR Dashboard

An SDR dashboard can clearly illustrate the SDR team and individual contributors’ marketing activity, prospecting, lead generation metrics, and close rates. SDRs decide whether or not prospects would make good leads. SDRs have two primary roles: engaging with as many prospects as achievable and validating those leads after. 

5. Deal Report

Building a no-code deal report allows all sales reps to quickly learn every ongoing deal your company offers as soon as possible. With a deal report, sales reps can quickly share all of the latest deals to help them close new accounts and clients with your latest promotions. The number of contacts in the queue, the abandonment rate, the average speed of response, and customer satisfaction ratings are all common metrics you can also include in your deal report.

6. Customer Finder Tool

If your company serves hundreds of clients, a solution that lets customer service and sales staff find customers' info quickly is needed. You can often configure a customer finder dashboard to include the latest sales activity of that customer, what emails they clicked on most recently, and other relevant customer interactions. No need to spend times navigating your complex Sales CRM to get simple info on a customer.

7. Custom Salesforce Dashboard

Custom Salesforce and other sales CRM dashboards provide a more tailored visual representation of the information you need for specific teams. Not everyone on your team needs access to your full Salesforce app, so use Blaze to create team-specific dashboards that get the same data in your Salesforce. Give an overview of the essential KPIs and performance measures tailored to each team.

8. WhatsApp CRM

Increasingly, WhatsApp has become a popular tool to use as a central communication point for business communications between companies and their customers. Connect your business’s WhatsApp to communicate easily with international clients. Allow other members of your sales team to respond to a customer in the WhatsApp CRM, ensuring that customers receive responses quickly and that they can reach you 24/7.

9. Personalized Outreach 

With countless generic marketing messages sent out each day to people, it is now harder than ever to stand out from the crowd and amaze your potential customers. A way to solve this is creating automated tools that allow you to send highly personalized texts, emails, or physical pieces of mail (yes! Old-school marketing is back now!). 

10. Appointment and Scheduling Tool

Don’t let scheduling take up all your time. Create a tool that lets your patrons, clients, and vendors schedule appointments online with your business automatically and have it added to your calendar. Instead of spending tons of money hiring people to do scheduling, you can automate these repetitive tasks.

11. Sales Call Tracking

Gain visibility into your sales teams' call activity with a sales call tracker. For salespeople, they can use this call tracking to see when certain customers are most likely to pick up during different days and times. It also assists managers in evaluating the quality of calls received and the effectiveness of sales representatives and strategically giving them feedback to increase sales productivity.

12. Sales Prospecting Management Tool

For teams with outbound sales, a prospect management tool can help increase lead generation and sales demand. Build an application that lets you assign companies to different reps, set geographic regions to prospect, and track success rates.

13. Email Automation and Tracking

Email automation doesn't have to be limited to marketing emails pre-scheduled to customers or prospects. You can build in email automation into your workflows for prospecting clients, negotiating contract renewals, and customer support follow-ups.

14. Personalized Analytics for Sales Staff

Ensuring your sales team has in-depth knowledge of the product is unquestionably a must, but that alone isn’t sufficient for the rep to be effective. As a team leader, being aware of the individual strengths and weaknesses is critical and having a way to share each individual contributor’s KPIs helps you tell the story. Personalized analytics help staff fine-tune the sales cycle and encourage them to focus on areas they need to improve. 

15. Time-Tracking Tool

When it comes to time management, a time tracking app is a crucial tool that may help businesses and staff become more structured, effective, and productive while getting more things done. Are smaller sales accounts faster to close than your larger enterprise customers? How much time are you spending responding to technical support questions? Let a time-tracking tool tell you. 


With today's no-code tools, there are no limitations to what kind of sales applications and automation you can build. Whether you’re looking for something to help you automate a sales message or win a big account, you now have great, proven tools at your fingertips. We promise that if you can describe what you want the tool to do, then you can build it in our interface.

Try Blaze today to get started on your next no-code sales project!