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Automate your CRM!

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is now at the heart of every business. You have a business to run and that means that you have a lot of customers to manage, with transactions and engagement for business opportunities in marketing, sales, product development, etc. Naturally, you will need CRM integration to help. At Twentyfour we are specialized in data integration and automation, helping businesses to maximize their productivity and working efficiency by digitizing manual processes and automating workflows.

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What is a CRM Integration?

CRM integration means integrating your CRM with the rest of the organization’s systems such as marketing, sales, support, web shop, website, or special built systems. In this way, data can be automatically transferred from one system to another without human interference. Many of the benefits are related to:

  • Shortened sales cycle
  • Cut costs and gain productivity
  • Organization and centralization of data
  • Better visibility of customer behavior
  • Reliable and consistent information
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Automate your processes

CRM integrations can streamline workflows, synchronize data between various systems, increases business efficiency and ultimately create new revenue streams that offer a real business advantage.

At Twentyfour, we have implemented major integration solutions for organizations, companies, and institutions such as:

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What can we do for you?

With years of expertise in digital integration and automation, at Twentyfour we continuously strive to deliver results that our customers can benefit from. We focus on how we can replace heavy workflows and automate business processes that will make your business stand out from the crowd.

No matter if you use, SAP, Salesforce, HubSpot, PipeDrive, Zoho, bpm’online, NetSuite, Dynamics or other CRM, we can integrate it. So far we haven’t found yet two systems that we cannot integrate.

Is your organization using very old systems? Read our article Concerning Micro Services and Legacy Systems.