Two-way contact sync between Direct Mail for Mac and Invoiced

Direct Mail for MacInvoiced

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

Want to win time by managing just one application? Set up PieSync for free today and start syncing your Direct Mail for Mac and Invoiced contacts.

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Other available connections on PieSync

More connections with Direct Mail for Mac and Invoiced are available within the PieSync app. See all possible connections, keep an eye on our progress and vote for your preferred app.

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.

Direct Mail for Mac

About Direct Mail for Mac

Direct Mail for Mac makes managing your email marketing campaigns easy. No headaches. Just results.

Invoiced

About Invoiced

Invoiced helps your business put accounts receivable on autopilot in order to get paid faster, reduce DSO, and streamline your billing process.

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Your approach is not only safe, but puts the power in our hands. I used to be in the data business many years ago, so your solution makes perfect sense. It helps me develop an approach to keep my information up to date and synchronized.

Pete KerskerMinister

PieSync is an invaluable tool for our business. It was easy to set up and has saved us an enormous amount of time and energy in keeping all our data in-sync across the multiple platforms we use daily. The handy reporting feature really highlights the benefits for us on a regular basis and gives us confidence that everything is working the way it should.

Matthew HughesManaging Director