Modern businesses use Google Apps for getting their work done. That’s why Pipedrive integrates with Google Apps — so you could get your stuff done all in one place.
The simple answer? All of them. Pipedrive integrates seamlessly with Google Drive and Google Apps to keep all of your information up to date. It’s basically a Google Apps CRM.
The Google Apps CRM has a two-way sync between Google Calendar and Pipedrive, which allows you to add an event in Pipedrive and have it automatically appear on Google Calendar. Or you know ... the other way around — whatever suits you best.
Now we wouldn’t want you to be constantly going through your contacts list on two different platforms, do we? That’s why when you change a detail in Pipedrive, it will appear in Google Contacts. And when you add or edit something in Google Contacts, it will be reflected in Pipedrive.
This integration makes it simple to add documents to deals or contacts directly from Pipedrive, making collaboration on proposals trouble-free.
Visiting a customer? Take a look at where you need to go and plan your route directly from the Pipedrive app. Forgot to look up an important detail? The native mobile app on your phone is there to help. Shaking hands just became a breeze.
Every business tool needs to integrate with Google Apps, there’s no escape from that. Modern businesses require Cloud collaboration and information syncing across platforms, and that’s exactly what Pipedrive does. Pipedrive integrates, creating a Google Apps CRM to give you one less headache to worry about.
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Love this program. It is the only CRM that I actually want to use. Having a CRM that you don't want to use leads to your team not using it. What's the point of that. Pipedrive is built by sales people, for sales people.
We’ve built a CRM tool that’s great not only for salespeople, but also anyone wanting to get super organized and close deals in less time.
About half of our customers liked us so much they switched from their existing CRM; the other half didn’t even know they needed Pipedrive until they tried it.