Two-way contact sync between Closeio and Capsule Crm

Piesync integrates Closeio with Capsule Crm for an automatic 2-way contacts sync. Every time you add or update a contact in Closeio, it is automatically synced with Capsule Crm, and vice versa - eliminating import/export!

Syncing Closeio with Capsule Crm is currently on our roadmap. We can keep you posted when it’s available, or you can sign up and start syncing other services today.

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Other available connections on PieSync

And more connections are being added every month. See all available services, keep an eye on our progress and vote for your preferred service.

About PieSync

PieSync works in the background and integrates your contacts two-way and in real time between your favorite cloud apps. This means you will have access to the most up to date customer information, no matter where you are or who entered the data.

About Closeio

Close.io was designed with the goal of making sales people as effiecient as possible. Make and receive calls with just one click. Calls are automatically logged and lead activity information is made immediately available. Close more deals. Make more sales.

About Capsule Crm

Capsule CRM is a powerful and simple tool that can be customized to fit your business, so you can keep track of everything important. Complete contact views, sales and task management are just a few features available to make sure you stay on top of your game!

Try it out for yourself

Thanks to PieSync we can both manage our contacts and share them with the team which is of utter importance seen that we have two offices and about 20 people.

Florian AnderhubCEO — Ander-group.com

The number one benefit for me syncing my CRM (CapsuleCRM) with my Google Contacts is that changes I make on the CRM (or contacts added automatically from contact forms, MailChimp, etc) are passed over to Gmail and, equally importantly, then available on my Android phone (OnePlus One)

Mike LittleWordPress Specialist — Mike Little