Two-way contact sync between MailUp and Batchbook

MailUpBatchbook

PieSync integrates MailUp with Batchbook for an automatic 2-way contacts sync. Every time you add or update a contact in MailUp, it is automatically synced with Batchbook, 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 MailUp and Batchbook contacts.

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Other available connections on PieSync

More connections with MailUp and Batchbook 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.

MailUp

About MailUp

MailUp lets you use email and SMS to reach more customers through relevant, timely communications. Turn leads into clients with personalized messages, drive more traffic to your website through effective newsletters, and save time with advanced automation tools.

Batchbook

About Batchbook

Batchbook prides itself on being a straightforward and social CRM for small businesses. Email and Task automation will create better workflows for your team and build a more meaningful relationship with your customer while simultaneously saving a lot of time!

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This is a great app that does exactly what it is supposed to do and in a very simple way. I use it to keep my contacts in sync between CRM's and it does a great job of that.

Kevin JohnsonAssociate Broker

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