PieSync integrates Google Contacts with PayPal for an automatic 2-way contacts sync. Every time you add or update a contact in Google Contacts, it is automatically synced with PayPal, and vice versa - eliminating import/export!
Syncing Google Contacts with PayPal is currently on our roadmap. Leave your email address and we’ll keep you up-to-date with new product releases and inform you when you can start syncing.
Leave your email address and we’ll keep you up-to-date with new product releases and inform you when you can start syncing Google Contacts with PayPal.
Google Contacts is a free easy-to-use contact management tool that allows you to organize your contacts with fields and segmentation. It has native integrations to other Google products such as Google Calendar, Google Drive and Gmail.
PayPal is an online payment service that enables businesses of all sizes, as well as individuals, to accept bank or card payments for the items they sell. When a customer pays for his or her purchases, PayPal processes the payment and transfers the funds to the seller's PayPal account.
I use Freshbooks for invoicing and SharpSpring for marketing. I was looking for a way to get my customer information from Freshbooks and into Sharpspring and PieSync does that perfectly. I also use PieSync to add customer details to my email marketing apps, I even sync customer contacts to my phone via iCloud. It works in all directions, so even if I am out of the office and I meet a new contact, I add them in my phone and PieSync syncs them to my other systems instantly. I’m using a variety of software apps because I want to have best-of-breed apps running my business. Luckily I can rely on PieSync’s Intelligent Syncing to update customer details across all of these systems.
We use PieSync to synchronize our Google G Suite account with our CRM and Marketing Automation platform. PieSync was crucial to whether or not we went ahead with our projects. Without PieSync we would have abandoned the projects and all the benefits we’ve gained from it. It was a real situation of “to sync or not to sync".