HubSpot CRM is a customer relationship management tool used by many companies around the globe. HubSpot CRM assists businesses of all sizes to track, nurture and analyze business metrics. Users have the ability to track customer interactions automatically via email, social media or phone calls. Every interaction can be stored in a timeline organized by lead. The solution can also send real-time notifications for events such as when a contact opens an email or downloads an attachment.
With Commercient SYNC, the #1 data integration platform for sales, you can now integrate HubSpot CRM with Sage or Quickbooks to help enhance your sales, marketing, and customer service. Integrating HubSpot CRM with Sage or Quickbooks desktop is a powerful way to streamline daily processes and save valuable time and resources throughout your organization.
A strategic integration through Commercient SYNC allows HubSpot CRM users to leverage the features of both ERP and CRM systems to meet the requirements of even the most complex projects.
Commercient SYNC Data Integration Solution for HubSpot CRM to Sage and Quickbooks
Commercient’s SYNC makes it possible for you to see your Quickbooks or Sage data in HubSpot CRM. The data integration app keeps you up-to-date with changes made in Quickbooks or Sage ERP and HubSpot CRM system simultaneously.
What we SYNC:
- Order history
- Bill to addresses
- Financial accounting data
- Customer data
- Sales order data
- Invoice data
- Custom Workflows / Opportunities / Orders / Invoices / Custom Objects
- Plus any other data customers request
It is now easy to track real-time data feeds and updates while reducing data duplications and errors significantly. Better analysis of the HubSpot CRM data means you gain valuable insights into the true needs of the customer. This builds trust and customers are much more likely to stay with the brand or company.
Not only does this provide you with a better insight into your customer database, the integration can also help you build lasting relationships and determine where there’s potential for future growth. Consistent data gives you better analytics and reporting, so you can track changes in your customer’s profitability, preferences, and loyalty.