Have you ever wished for an app that could connect and interface with all your other apps in a meaningful way? For anyone who’s familiar with downloading app after app only to forget what you have in inventory or that you have accumulated redundancies – wouldn’t it be great if you could streamline your collection? Wouldn’t it be much more efficient, if you had a ‘command central’ of sorts? This would be a master-app that would not only assess what you have, but would also connect app with apps intuitively, when you’re multi-tasking on your Internet based phone.
The Easy Way to Integrate Apps
Zapier can interface with 100’s of your apps without the need to hire developers to write the code. With this robust software application, you can turn emails into notes, add PayPal customers’ emails to you MailChimp mailing list, in addition to much, much more.
Now think about having all of those integration capabilities while you are conducting a conversation with a client or business partner. With our flexible subscription plans, you can have the best of both worlds.
Telzio offers an integration with Zapier, giving all users an excellent opportunity to test drive Zapier.
With all your phone call and SMS activity, Telzio’s data transfers to Zapier will kickstart the process of apps talking to apps.
This will also allow you customize all aspects of Zapier from that point forward. For instance, you can create a note in a Google spreadsheet, initiate a case in SalesForce, or send individual or mass emails to your staff members, all at the same time.
The Zapier team consider themselves “just some humans who think computers should do more work” and the heavy lifting. In essence, they’ve determined that there are jobs computers are best at, allowing humans to be freed up to attend to their other responsibilities. In so doing, with tools like Zapier, the end result can produce 10X the impact, with less exertion from the human side of the equation.
Triggers and Actions
Triggers and actions in the Zapier world are simply ‘events.’ They can be as basic as a “new email” or a “new contact.” With Zapier, a ‘zap’ combines triggers and actions, so that whenever the event occurs, Zapier will automatically complete the action for you, without the user having to give it any additional thought.
Choosing the Best Apps
As mentioned previously, reducing redundancies and finding the best apps for the job are critical for a smooth running operation, particularly with a small-to-midsize business [SMB] where employees have to wear several hats.
Stacklist’s founder Amanda Moskowitz position on this issue is that there are “more email, CRM, and project management apps than you can ever test on your own.”
So, during her tenure at her firm, she has personally interviewed hundreds of entrepreneurs to learn what software her fellow startup founders are looking for to make their teams more efficient.
Effectively she distilled the process down to ten steps, which amongst other things, includes focusing on your business, analyzing your needs, conducting research and customizing apps based on your startups needs.
For me, out of Moskowitz’ list, minimizing complexity seemed to underscore Zapier’s raison d’être. As she put it, “ there’s no better way to get more out of your apps than to get them to work together.”
“Zapier, an app integration tool that connects more than 500 apps, is the glue for your workflows. Don’t just take our word for it: Legions of Stacklisters vouch for the impact Zapier has made in their organization,” adds Moskowitz.
Invitation to Telzio-Zapier Integration
So if you want your apps to automate all tasks, copy and paste, and tweak tools to work the way you want, you’ll need to make Zapier your all-inclusive go-to app.
Hopefully today’s blog post provided you with enough insight to pique your interest in both Zapier and Telzio, because with minimal cost outlay you can start the process of kicking the tires and taking them both out for a ‘collective’ spin.
Ron is part of the marketing team at Telzio, covering everything from tips and tech for growing businesses to customer success stories for the Telzio blog. Previously a Director of Advertising and Public Relations at Marriott International, Ron has published several books including the award-winning graphic novel Facebucks.