Pipedrive is a sales management tool designed to help small sales teams manage intricate or lengthy sales processes.
Send personalized messages and take action across the entire customer lifecycle. Autopilot for Pipedrive will help you close more deals and orchestrate a better sales and marketing experience for your customers.
When you connect to Pipedrive we sync all of your people, organizations and activities. We’ve included templates for Audiences, Dashboards, Reports and Playbooks to help you get started. The templates cover everything from detailed Pipedrive analytics dashboards, to playbooks that help nurture subscribers into customers.
All of your Pipedrive data connects to your customer data platform in Autopilot, which means you can easily ask questions like “which UTM campaign led to the most new deals?” or "which sales emails are most effective at progressing deals?”. All of your important data and metrics are now in one place.
You also get access to powerful reporting and dashboards, which means you can create marketing funnels, cohorts, metrics and goals to motivate your entire team. Built in revenue attribution for campaigns will help you see the exact MRR contribution of every email you send from nurturing new subscribers to retaining existing customers.
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Autopilot also allows you to use its email marketing tools to grow your business and make more money. Either use single-send email marketing campaign to key audiences, or use playbooks to nurture and grow your audience and make more money.
Timers and delays make it easy to send the right message at the right time. For example, you can use delays to create a drip email sequence with each follow up email sent one day apart. Delays can also be used to wait until a particular time and day, for example you might only want to send emails on business days between 9am and 5pm.