PieSync integrates SimplyCast with Highrise for an automatic 2-way contacts sync. Every time you add or update a contact in SimplyCast, it is automatically synced with Highrise, and vice versa - eliminating import/export!
Syncing SimplyCast with Highrise is currently on our roadmap. We can keep you posted when it’s available, or you can sign up and start syncing other apps today.
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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.
SimplyCast is an interactive marketing platform with a suite of inbound and automation instruments to help you out with all your marketing initiatives. Manage your subscribers and communicate with them via all the available services, from one convenient place.
Highrise is for lovers of simplicity - it will do what you need, no bells or whistles attached. Their straightforward, but powerful functions help you keep your business on track. Features include email, task and document management.
Before PieSync, syncing our data to a CRM was more of a hassle than an advantage. We needed to keep the categories we were using in Outlook. That was the base of our internal organization and no other cloud integration software was offering that possibility. Intelligent Syncing makes PieSync the most advanced sync engine out there!
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".