Efty’s Zapier Integration to Help Enterprise Users


Earlier this morning, Efty announced an integration with Zapier, “a tool that allows you to easily create integrations between apps in a matter of minutes, all without writing a single line of code.” This means Efty users can link their Efty domain name accounts with various third party CRM, email, and chat apps such as SalesForce, Hubspot, Slack, Gmail, Constant Contact, or any of Zapier’s 1,500 connected apps.

I exchanged emails this morning with Efty founder Doron Vermaat, and he explained that this integration will be particularly helpful to Efty’s enterprise users. Here’s how the company’s enterprise users, particularly domain name brokerage firms, will benefit from Efty’s integration with Zapier:

“This integration can be used by power users such as domain name brokerage firm and enterprise users, creating workflows with their CRM, team collaboration or marketing automation software. As far as I know, no other sales platform or marketplace in the domain name industry is offering this type of integration for their sellers.

Some of the largest domain brokerage firms have spent a lot of time and money building their own internal CRM and communications tools to help their brokers work with clients and colleagues. I am not the most tech-savvy person, but it sounds like this integration will help some of the smaller and independent brokerages integrate their domain inquiry and offer databases with the CRM and email tools they already use. If they have cobbled their own system together, the integration will make things more seamless and easier to manage.

Efty put together a Zapier Knowledgebase to help customers integrate their Efty accounts with third party apps using Zapier. I am sure Doron is also available to offer support if any questions arise.

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