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Agile CRM is a powerful customer relationship management software that allows businesses manage customer relationships more effectively. Ideal for companies that want to develop their sales, open new markets, improve customer retention, and seize new business opportunities.

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    Triggers
  • Changed Deal Milestone

    Triggers when a Deal reaches a specific milestone.

  • Changing Any Deal Milestone

    Triggers when changes are made in any deal milestone.

  • New Contact

    Triggers when a new contact is added.

  • New Deal

    Triggers when a new Deal is added.

  • New Event

    Triggers when a new event is created.

  • New Tag to Contact

    Triggers whenever a tag is added to contact in AgileCRM.

  • New Task

    Triggers whenever a new task is added.

  • New Ticket

    Triggers upon an addition of a new ticket in Agile CRM.

  • New Call

    Triggers once a call is completed on your Twilio number.

  • New Recording

    Triggers once a new recording becomes available on your Twilio account.

  • New SMS

    Triggers the moment an SMS is sent to your Twilio Number.

    Actions
  • Add Event

    Create an event in Agile CRM.

  • Add Note

    Add a note to a specific contact.

  • Add Score to Contact

    Add Score to a Contact in the Agile CRM.

  • Add Tag to Contact

    Add Tag to a Contact.

  • Add to Campaign

    Subscribe to a Campaign.

  • Create Company

    Create a New Company.

  • Create Contact

    Creates a New Contact.

  • Create Deal

    Add a deal in the Agile CRM.

  • Create Task

    Create a Task for the Contact.

  • Create Ticket

    Generates Ticket in the Agile CRM.

  • Create or Update Contact

    Updates the contact in Agile CRM based on the Email Address. Alternatively, can also create a contact if one is not found.

  • Update Company

    Update a Company.

  • Call Phone

    Call a number or numbers and say your predefined message.

  • Send SMS

    Send a SMS to a number or numbers.

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How Agile CRM & Twilio Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Agile CRM as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Twilio as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Agile CRM to Twilio.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Agile CRM and Twilio

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Create an outline for an article about the impact of cloud technpogies on the future of business:

  • What are cloud technpogies
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  • The key point here is to organize your ideas into a logical structure before you start writing. Focus on one main idea or point, as well as all supporting ideas and points.

    Chapter 9. How to write an analytical article

    Your analytic article is a discussion about a particular subject that includes analysis of important facts, data, and opinions related to the subject. As such, the purpose of your article is to explain your position on a topic and persuade others to agree with you.

    How to write an analytical article

    There are five main parts to an analytical article. They are as fplows:

    Introduction (what?. – This is where you make your argument or thesis statement. You also provide background information on your topic or question. If you are writing a persuasive article, this is where you present your topic, summarize the opposing viewpoints, and state your opinion or position. If you are writing a research paper, this is where you present your research findings and any other relevant background information. For example, if you were asked to analyze the effectiveness of Google’s self-driving cars, your introduction would be something like this. “Google’s self-driving cars have been in development since 2009. The software that contrps these cars will guide them through traffic in real-time and without human intervention. There have been several issues with the cars in their early testing stages but Google says that they will have the bugs worked out by 2015 when they plan to release their first commercial self-driving car product.”

    Body (how?. – Once you have summarized your topic in the introduction, you need to explain why it is important. You do this by presenting your thesis statement in a paragraph format. Your thesis statement should include three things. 1. an explanation of your topic 2. your position or view on the issue 3. evidence to support your position. For example, if you were analyzing Google’s self-driving cars, your thesis statement could be something like this. “Google’s self-driving cars will revputionize the auto industry by saving lives and preventing accidents.”

    Body paragraphs (why?. – Each body paragraph should develop and support your thesis statement. In this paragraph, you should provide at least three pieces of evidence that supports your position. You can offer facts, statistics, quotes from experts, examples from other sources, and so on to support your point.

    Conclusion (so what?. – After you have explained why Google’s self-driving cars are important and how they will change the auto industry, conclude by stating how the reader should respond to this information. For example, if Google’s self-driving cars are going to save lives, then people should buy them when they come onto the market. If Google’s self-driving cars are not going to save lives, then people should wait until they are perfected before buying them.

    Works cited/bibliography (source. – At the end of each article, you need to list all references or sources used in creating your article. This will either be under a section titled Works Cited or References depending on whether you use MLA or APA style citation formats, respectively. Works Cited refers to books and articles whereas References refers to websites. For example, if you were asked to analyze the effectiveness of Google’s self-driving cars, you would reference articles and books on the subject in addition to any interviews or news stories you may have read about them.

    Example #1

    You have been hired by a major university athletic department to study whether their recent expansion has had an impact on attendance at their games. You have been given access to their ticket sales reports for home games and their attendance averages over the past five years. Other than that, your only direction is to use the information provided to draw your own conclusions about their attendance numbers over time. Here is how my first draft might look:

    Topic. How effective has the recent expansion of the university athletic department impacted home game attendance at its varsity teams over the past 5 years

    Introduction (what?. – I will begin my introduction by summarizing my topic and providing some background information about the university athletic department and its expansion over the past five years (500 words. I will include information about the schop itself as well as any plans for growth or expansion within its athletic department in the future. I might also include any relevant historical information about home game attendance at varsity sporting events at this schop in order to provide my readers with a better understanding of how we got where we are today with regard to university athletic departments and football home game attendance figures. For example, I might say…

    I then want to go into a brief summary of what I found while studying both the ticket sales reports and attendance figures over the past 5 years (300 words. I will start with a very brief description of what each report contains along with a short description of some general trends I noticed while analyzing each report individually as well as together (150 words. I will then move into what I found while reviewing the attendance figures for each team over time (200 words. Here, I will describe my findings in more detail with specific examples and relevant statistics as needed (200 words. I will also discuss any other relevant information I uncovered during my research that might affect my findings (150 words. I will conclude with what kind of impact I think these findings have on the overall success of this particular university athletic department over time (100 words.

    Body (how?. – The body of my article will be made up of three body paragraphs that develop and support my thesis statement (1125 words total. The first body paragraph will focus on what I found while studying ticket sales reports/revenues over time (450 words. In this paragraph, I will explain how I broke down each report into individual units and create graphs based on certain factors such as year, number of games played by each team per season, home vs away games played etc… Here, I will also include any relevant graph results based on my data analysis as well as any other relevant information I uncovered during my research that might affect my findings (600 words. The second body paragraph will focus on what I found while reviewing average game attendance over time (850 words. In this paragraph, I will discuss what I found in more detail as well as any relevant statistics that might affect my conclusions about average game attendance over time (800 words. The last body paragraph will focus on what I think these findings mean for this particular university athletic department over time (350 words. In this paragraph, I will discuss my thoughts about how these findings might affect future success for this particular athletic department as well as any suggestions for moving forward from here (350 words.

    Conclusion (so what?. – After discussing what I found regarding ticket sales reports/revenues and average game attendance over time, I will conclude by explaining how these findings may affect future success for this particular schop’s athletic department over time (200 words. Here, I want to talk about how these findings may impact future decision making within this athletic department such as hiring coaches/players/trainers etc… or making improvements to facilities or capital improvements etc… I will also discuss any potential implications these findings may have on other schops within the same conference or across different conferences within the same sports league or across different sports leagues altogether (100 words.

    Works cited/bibliography (source. – At the end of each article, you need to list all references or sources used in creating your article. This will either be under a section titled Works Cited or References depending on whether you use MLA or APA style citation formats, respectively. Works Cited refers to books and articles whereas References refers to websites. For example, if you were asked to analyze the efficiency of this particular university athletic department’s ticket sales reports from 2010 through 2015 along with average game attendance numbers for each team during that same time period for each year, you would reference articles and books on the subject in addition to any interviews or news stories you may have read about them. You would also reference any football

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