Two-way contact sync between Olark and MailChimp

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

Syncing Olark with MailChimp 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

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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 Olark

Olark is a simple live chat solution allowing you to be there for customers in no time! See who's there, show your availability and use handy commands for fast replies. Great analytics give the necessary insight. Not to forget some powerful integrations on top.

About MailChimp

MailChimp is an extensive email marketing tool, and probably the most versatile out there! Targeted campaigns, newsletters, and automated messages together with a broad range of excellent and customizable templates and pre-made campaigns will make this a breeze!

Try it out for yourself

I'm using PieSync to sync MailChimp with Nimble. It works perfectly. When someone signs up for my weekly email, the person's name is automatically entered into Nimble. With this sync, I'm able to keep track of those people who sign up and follow them on social media through Nimble.

Dianna HuffPresident — Huff Industrial Marketing

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