Running a business is hard work. There are millions of tasks on your to-do list, all top priority. The good news is that it’s easier than ever to streamline your business and automate more of the mundane work.  

One of our favorite tools is Pipedrive, a CRM that allows you to manage your leads, keeping track of where they are in your sales funnel and measuring your team’s performance. It also has 200+ integrations, allowing you to get even more out of Pipedrive by connecting it with other services.

To help you out we’ve put together a list of the best Pipedrive web integrations available—specifically for SMBs—with all the details you need to get started and improve your business workflow.

Pipedrive Integration #1: Leadfeeder

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Every SMB would like a consistent flow of leads, but finding those leads can be a bit trickier. The good news is that you don’t have to hit the Yellow Pages to start finding leads. Leadfeeder helps by tracking your website visitors, showing you which companies are visiting your site, where they came from, and what they’re interested in. 

With the Pipedrive integration, you can automatically add qualified leads (based on your designated criteria) directly to Pipedrive for your sales team to reach out to. Organizations, Deals, and Activities are also created for you. 

Once those leads are in Pipedrive, all their activity on your website is recorded there too, so you can see at a glance which leads are warm. If you’re using an Account-Based Marketing strategy, you can upload a list of the accounts you’re targeting, then get a notification as soon as they visit your website. 

There are lots of options to set it up according to your business model, whether that’s finding new leads for your sales team or seeing how existing leads interact with your site. Either way, you can use that data to reach out to your leads at the perfect time for them.

While Leadfeeder has a free plan, to access all features (including that all-important CRM integration) you’ll need the Premium plan, starting at €55/mo. 

Pros

  • Easy to set up and use
  • Qualified leads automatically added to your CRM 
  • Supports both Account-Based Marketing and Demand Gen strategies

Cons

  • Need to be on the paid Premium plan to use CRM integration

Pipedrive Integration #2: Outfunnel

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Yes, that’s us. Outfunnel is a marketing automation tool born from the idea that sales and marketing are better together. We help businesses of all sizes automate their email marketing campaigns, while making sure your sales teams have access to all the marketing data they need to ace their work. 

With our integration, all your email marketing is tightly synched with Pipedrive. That means you can: 

  • Send Outfunnel campaigns to any segment defined by your Pipedrive filters. 
  • Start/stop campaigns depending on the lead’s stage in the CRM. 
  • Base lead scores on how they engage with your email.  

There are plenty of other features included, all of which work seamlessly. Maybe we’re biased, but we’re not the only ones that think Outfunnel is great—it’s currently the #1 rated app in the Pipedrive marketplace.

Outfunnel’s pricing starts at $19/mo, which comes with up to 1,000 emails and 1,000 tracked website visits per month. However, you can always try it out at no cost with a 14-day free trial.

Pros

  • Helps sales and marketing teams collaborate
  • Deep integration with Pipedrive and Mailchimp
  • Excellent and fast support
  • Lightweight platform for all kinds of SMBs
  • Affordable solution

Cons

  • Not suitable for large enterprises

Pipedrive Integration #3: QuickBooks/SyncQ

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For any business that wants to grow, accounting software is essential. Invoicing customers, keeping tabs on cash flow, and staying on top of your taxes are all important—as well as potentially stressful—for the health of your business. To make this a little less stressful, many businesses rely on QuickBooks.

With the official QuickBooks integration, you can create invoices within the deal’s detail view without having to copy and paste data across from Pipedrive. You’ll also get invoice updates, making it easy to keep track of what’s been paid and what’s overdue. 

If you’re interested in more advanced features, you should also check out SyncQ. Details are automatically synchronized instantly, so you always have the latest information. If you’re in Pipedrive, you can also view all your estimates, invoices, payments, and receipts without having to log in to QuickBooks. 

While it’s not the official integration, security is regularly evaluated by Intuit, so you can be confident your data is safe.

The official QuickBooks integration is free to use, while pricing for SyncQ starts at $12 USD per Pipedrive user per month per QuickBooks Company. You’ll also need a QuickBooks account, which is normally $25/mo (although you’ll often find promotions where you can save big on your first few months). 

Pros

  • Save invoices and keep track of their status from your CRM with the official integration
  • Plenty of advanced features available with SyncQ
  • Excellent support from the SyncQ team

Cons

  • Currently limited functionality with the free official integration
  • SyncQ can be complex to set up without assistance 

Pipedrive Integration #4: PandaDoc

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Do you still find yourself typing out proposals in Word? Do you need your prospects to print your proposal out, sign it, scan it, then email it back to you? If so, you owe it to your customers to check out PandaDoc, a sales document automation tool.   

When you integrate Pipedrive with PandaDoc, you can easily manage all the documents needed throughout the sales cycle. That means creating proposals and contracts within Pipedrive, populating them with all the data you already hold in your CRM, then sending the documents to your prospect for a legally-binding eSignature, all without jumping between platforms. 

You can also track your documents, see how your prospect interacts with them, then follow up at the optimal time.

While PandaDoc has a free plan for getting documents electronically signed, you’ll need to go for the business plan ($49/mo per user) if you want to connect your CRM and take advantage of the automation.  

Pros

  • Get eSignatures without leaving Pipedrive
  • Interactive quotes using Pipedrive data

Cons

  • Some customers have complained about stability issues

Pipedrive Integration #5: Asana

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As amazing as Pipedrive is, it’s important to remember that your CRM isn’t the same thing as your project management software. With all those moving parts in your business, keeping organized is a daily necessity and, if you’re relying on sticky notes and scribbled to-do lists to keep on track, staying effective becomes much harder. 

Far more than just a list of what needs to be done, task management tools come with a whole host of helpful features such as quickly assigning tasks across your team, setting tasks and deadlines, and tracking progress. One of the most popular options out there is Asana. Hey, if it’s good enough for NASA, it’s good enough for me. 

As you’d expect, Asana’s integration with Pipedrive opens up plenty of new features. Its biggest benefit is keeping all the relevant people informed at key stages in a deal to make sure the necessary work is done. Closing a deal involves more than just your sales team—exchanging details and collaboration between teams is essential. 

Asana tasks/projects can be automatically created as a deal moves through the various stages of the pipeline. For example, if you need to bring in Accounts, Legal, or Customer Success teams at certain stages of a deal, they can all be automatically informed at the appropriate stage. 

You can also set up default assignees and make sure they get the details they need from Pipedrive. As well as saving time, this kind of automation ensures no tasks or teams are forgotten, keeping everyone up-to-date and providing a smoother experience for your customer. 

The great news is that, unlike many of the other integrations out there, Asana’s Basic plan allows you to set up integrations. This free plan allows you to collaborate on tasks with up to 15 teammates, meaning smaller teams can get this Pipedrive integration up and running without spending a cent. 

Pros

  • Free for smaller teams
  • Automatically creates tasks based on deal stage

Cons

  • Doesn’t currently synchronize Pipedrive tasks with Asana tasks
  • Doesn’t support templates for created tasks

Pipedrive Integration #6: Zapier

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Finally, it’s impossible to talk about integrations without mentioning Zapier. While the other integrations we’ve mentioned allow two apps to share information, Zapier opens up thousands of opportunities by connecting apps and creating workflows across multiple apps that may not have native integrations. With over 2,000 apps supported, the chances are that Zapier can integrate whatever apps you’re using with Pipedrive. 

Once you’ve selected the apps you want to integrate, you can then pick your triggers and resulting actions. For example, you could set it up so:

  • Whenever a new deal is opened in Pipedrive, an email is sent to your team via Gmail.
  • Whenever there’s a new Calendly event, contact activity is recorded in Pipedrive. 
  • Whenever a deal reaches a specified stage in Pipedrive, an SMS message is sent via Twilio.

My favorite thing with Zapier is how easy they make the whole process. The only problem is it’s too easy to spend hours looking through all the potential integrations, looking for interesting new Zaps (their term for workflows) you can use. There is so much choice! For example, there are currently as many as 625 possible integrations, just between Pipedrive and Trello.

You can get started with Zapier for free, which covers up to 100 tasks/mo and 5 different Zaps. However, if you want to integrate any of the premium apps, or if you want to take advantage of multi-step Zaps, you’ll have to go for one of the paid plans (starting at $19.99/mo with annual billing). 

Pros

  • Thousands of apps supported
  • Easy to create Zaps, no coding required
  • Free to get started

Cons

  • Premium apps and multi-step Zaps require a paid plan

Conclusion

It’s not easy to run an SMB, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. By harnessing the available technology and integrating your CRM with the other tools you use, you can automate repetitive tasks and save more of your valuable time. 

Want to try out the top-rated Pipedrive integration? Integrate Outfunnel’s sales-centric marketing platform with your Pipedrive account and see the results for yourself. Get started with a free 14-day trial today.