PieSync’s Partnership With Marketo Allows Marketers to Sync Their Data across Marketo, Bussiness App, and Their CRM
PieSync, the world’s fastest-growing data synchronization platform, has joined the Marketo Innovate partner ecosystem, the industry’s first MarTech partner innovator. PieSync integrates Marketo with other cloud-based business applications with their intelligent 2-way contacts synchronization platform. By forming this partnership, Marketo customers can now automatically synchronize their data between Marketo, and other business apps, such as their CRM, email client, or customer care tool.
“We are excited about offering our customers enhanced capabilities to streamline their data and contact relevancy. This functionality expands and improves our integrated marketing campaign capabilities for all of our customers,” said Shai Alfandary, Vice President, Global Head ISV, LaunchPoint Ecosystem, Marketo.
PieSync’s enhanced capability helps improve Marketo customers’ marketing and campaign performance by easily and affordably connecting apps and streamlining contact data across their entire organization delivering data relevance and reliability.
“Leveraging our 2-way contact synchronization solution to connect Marketo users to other applications, enhances data relevance and reliability across a company’s cloud ecosystem. This enhanced functionality delivers improved campaign performance for Marketo customers,” said Ewout Meyns, Founder & CEO, PieSync.
PieSync is the fastest growing two-way intelligent data synchronization platform for organizations that want to power their business by integrating their cloud apps. PieSync improves sales, marketing, and service performance by easily and affordably connecting contact data without complexity across SaaS-based ecosystems and applications to guarantee relevance and reliability, every time. PieSync connects over 100 applications with new ones added every week and supports customers with greater than 20 employees across many industries.
Recommended Read: Here is What’s Wrong With CRM