I’ve always thought the holidays are a great time for looking back on the past year and figuring out what you want to do the year to come. And that’s exactly what I want to do in this blog post: share with you the roller coaster that was 2015 and lift the veil on what 2016 has in store.
As you (hopefully) all know, we work hard on making new features and apps available for you.
We recently released an Insightly connector, Campaign Monitor, ProsperWorks, ActiveCampaign, Google ⇐> Google sync, …
Podio has just released their new ready-made contact app type. Thanks to this change, it’s now very easy to sync your Podio contacts with Google Contacts, MailChimp, ActiveCampaign and Campaign Monitor through PieSync.
Let me walk you through the steps of setting up the connection to sync your contacts (one-way or two-way).
At PieSync we noticed a lot of people are using Google Contacts but are not getting the most out of it at all. We’d like to change that!
Below I’ll share three main things you can do with Google Contacts to make your contact management a lot easier.
Since PieSync runs silently in the background, you don’t always think about checking how many contacts have been synced.
That’s why we thought we’d let you know.
Instead of you having to check back every time you’re curious, we’ll send you monthly reports with the amount of contacts that we created and updated for you.
We’ve all been there: you have one system with all your contacts, like Google Contacts. And then the moment comes that your company grows -yay!- and you need a CRM. So you open an account with Salesforce, Nimble, Highrise, BigContacts, FollowUpBoss, ProsperWorks, OnePage CRM, Workbooks, Podio, Capsule CRM, Pipedrive, or any other customer relationship management tool that fits your needs. It’s great to start with a brand new contact list, but you’ll probably want all the contacts you’ve gathered in your Google account in that brand new CRM.