Cut Down on Your Paperwork by Integrating WebMerge to Pipeliner CRM

Integrating Pipeliner CRM to WebMerge document management service can help you cut down on paperwork, and have your WebMerge templates auto-populated from your Pipeliner CRM database.

About WebMerge

WebMerge is an online platform that allows you to easily collect data, populate documents and send them to any contact automatically. By integrating Pipeliner with WebMerge, you can set up a process that automatically feeds contact data from Pipeliner CRM to WebMerge-managed documents.

This setup can be triggered by moving an opportunity or creating one. For example, every time you add a new opportunity, Zapier can automatically send that information over to WebMerge, and your proposal can be emailed to your customer, if that is what occurs within the first stage of your sales process.

WebMerge to Pipeliner CRM Integration
WebMerge to Pipeliner CRM Integration
WebMerge to Pipeliner CRM Integration

Key Features by Integrator

Pipeliner to WebMerge Integration by Zapier

Pipeliner Integration by Zapier

Zapier lets you connect apps together to help automate tedious tasks between two apps with Triggers, Searches and Actions. Read more...

WebMerge-Pipeliner Integration by Zapier here

Zap Triggers for Pipeliner

Moved Opportunity, New Feed Message, New Lead, New Opportunity, New Appointment, New Contact, New Activity, New Account, New Merged Document Instantly

Zap Actions for Pipeliner

Update Opportunity, Create Account, Create Contact, Create Opportunity, Create Feed Message, Create Lead, Update Account, Update Contact, Create Appointment, Update Lead, Create Activity, Create Data Route Merge, Create Document Merge

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Pipeliner Integration by Zapier

Zapier lets you connect apps together to help automate tedious tasks between two apps with Triggers, Searches and Actions. Whenever the trigger event happens, Zapier will automatically make the action event happen for you. Triggers watch for events in your apps, then kick off a sequence of Searches and Actions. Searches look up existing data, and Actions create new items.