CircleLoop announces availability of multiple new Integrations
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CircleLoop announces availability of multiple new Integrations

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CircleLoop have been working closely with a number of integration partners between April and June 2019 culminating in 4 new integrations being released.
 

Released to beta in June, Zapier allows you to quickly and easily connect the apps you use everyday to automate your work and be more productive. 1500+ apps available and easy to create workflows between each.

Freshdesk

Released to beta in May, Freshdesk is a Cloud-hosted help desk solution equipped with best-in-class features and smart automations for delivering quality, streamlined customer support. Part of FreshWorks.

Insightly  

Released to beta in April, Insightly is the #1 CRM software for Gmail, G Suite and Outlook. Grow your relationships, accelerate sales, manage your projects, streamline business processes and track important metrics, all in one place.

Drift  

Released to beta in April, Drift is the world’s first and only conversational marketing platform. Instead of traditional marketing platforms that rely on forms and follow ups, Drift connects your business with the best leads in real-time.

 

Dylan Walsh CircleLoop Operations Manager explains "We have identified Integrations as a key part of our 2019 roadmap. CircleLoop users currently utilise a wide range of support solutions, marketing solutions and CRM solutions all delivered in a SaaS model; being able to integrate these solutions with CircleLoop is a key consideration for our customers when purchasing our business phone system, as well as being a key driver for growth for the CircleLoop brand."

 

What's next?

Integrations currently being considered for our roadmap include Office365 contacts, Freshsales, ZenDesk and Xero

 
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About CircleLoop

Since 2016 we’ve been building the world’s most powerful and flexible business phone system. CircleLoop runs in simple cloud-based apps rather than being reliant on cables, clunky hardware and complicated connections. It works with the tools you already use (including HubSpot, Zoho and Slack) and it's completely self-service with set up taking just a few minutes.