PieSync Webinar "Getting Started With PieSync"

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December 12, 2016

PieSync webinar

PieSync Webinar “Getting Started with PieSync”

Join our new PieSync webinar! This free webinar includes an introduction to all that PieSync can do, plus detailed information on how to setup your first sync. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to setup and configure your sync, how to keep your contacts in sync, how to share PieSync with your team, and the key benefits of using PieSync. We’ll also have a Q+A to answer any of your questions. Go ahead and register today!


Why PieSync?

PieSync is an app that syncs your business contacts between your cloud apps, two-way and in real time. Cloud apps has made life easier for a lot of SMEs, but you’ve probably found out that there are limitations to what cloud apps can do. For one thing, they don’t talk to each other. So let’s say you’ve got a really great CRM and you want to work with a fabulous email marketing app, but you’re struggling to get your contacts from your CRM into your email marketing app and vice versa. You could go the old-school route and use import/export operations, or ad-hoc PHP scripts, or worse yet - manual data entry. But let’s get real about that, those old methods aren’t a solution at all, they’re a big waste of time. PieSync takes care of that for you. PieSync uses smart syncing to keep your contacts up to date across all of your connected apps. Want to know how a two-way sync works? Check out this blog post.You will save loads of time on contact management and get back to what’s truly important; running your business. 5-Minute Setup The initial sync setup takes less than 5 minutes. No installation or download The entire syncing solution exists in the cloud. You don’t have to install or download any additional softwareRegister for the PieSync webinar to find out more.


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