Simple client management for WordPress
Built for freelancers and small agencies
All your stuff, in one place
A single space for client invoices, docs, links to tools, and more
Get client feedback, easily
Allows clients to add feedback directly to mockups or your development site
Built for WordPress
Integrates into your existing site, white-labeled and customizable
Simple, secure access
Control client access with WordPress user accounts, or just a password
Integrated To Do list
A simple, client-facing status list to keep everything on-track
Low cost, no monthly charges
One affordable, annual payment for updates and support
Save time, money, your sanity
Managing clients doesn't have to be difficult and time-consuming
- Contracts, invoices, and other key client docs are saved in a folder... somewhere...
- Feedback is collected in lots of different ways (email, calls, meetings, telepathy)
- Site documentation is limited and not well organized, resulting in extra client training and support
- Contracts, invoices, and other key client docs are saved in the same, easily accessible place
- Feedback is collected directly on your mock-ups, and even development and live sites
- Site documentation is cleanly organized, reducing the time you spend on support
- One year of updates and support
- Easy set-up, and simple to use
- 14-day full money-back guarantee
Starting now, I’m going to post monthly updates on my progress with ClientSage. It is going to be an adventure. Thanks for joining!
Shortcodes help deliver functionality, but can be intimidating. ClientSage includes features to make them easy for clients to understand.
I’m proud to introduce ClientSage, my new WordPress plugin to help manage your freelance design business.
ClientSage, a story
Who's the person making ClientSage, and why
Hi, I'm Darren. I'm a freelance designer and developer, specializing in WordPress websites and plug-ins.
I’ve created sites for clients as diverse as the World Bank, Amazon, HTC, and some amazing organizations you’ve never heard of.
I love freelancing, but the back-and-forth with clients can be a grind: feedback is buried in dozens of emails, tracking progress is a chore, and key documents are scattered around the web.
So, I decided to make ClientSage. It is my answer to a persistent problem: client management takes too much time and effort.