Integrate DEAR Inventory with Typeform

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About DEAR Inventory

DEAR Inventory is a cloud-based, inventory and order management application for SMBs. It combines an easy to use interface with powerful reporting and data analysis tools.

About Typeform

Typeform is a flexible data collecting tool that makes asking and answering questions simple and enjoyable, whether it's through forms, quizzes, surveys, or something altogether different.

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  • Triggers
  • New Customer OR Updated Customer

    Triggered when customers are created or updated.

  • New Entry

    Triggers when a form is submitted.

  • Actions
  • Create Invoice

    Create Sales Invoice

  • Create Sale

    Create a new sale.

  • Create Sale Order

    Create Sales order.

  • Create Sale Quote

    Creates a sales quote.

How DEAR Inventory & Typeform Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose DEAR Inventory 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 Typeform 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 DEAR Inventory to Typeform.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of DEAR Inventory and Typeform

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I will try to divide this part into two sections. The first section will list all benefits of integrating DEAR Inventory and Typeform. And the second section will list the problems with integration of these two systems and how they can be spved.

Benefits of Integration of DEAR Inventory and Typeform

  • It reduces the time for completing inventory because you can easily import data from DEAR Inventory to Typeform. Therefore, it saves time both for you and your customers. This also means less time spent on transferring files between DEAR Inventory and Typeform and you can focus more on improving the quality of your service.
  • You can save money by not having to purchase additional software for data transfer.
  • It makes it easier to communicate with your customers because you do not have to send them another email containing links to fill out the form or an attachment containing a questionnaire. Instead, it is already embedded in Typeform and you only need to click on the button “Send” to send it to your customer.
  • It allows you to save information about your customers and to analyze it in later. For example, when you are planning any events or sending newsletters, you can target your customers with similar interests by analyzing their answers to previous questions from surveys, etc.
  • It gives you an opportunity to send a questionnaire directly through Typeform without leaving an application and going back to Typeform to send it. This is very convenient because some people may forget about an important survey after they leave the page with Typeform embedded in it, but if they see a survey icon directly on the page, they will be reminded about it because they will probably see it every time they visit this page.
  • If you use Typeform as a form builder, then you can easily edit its code in order to make it look like an element of your website/applications instead of a separate one. This way your customers will have a seamless experience while completing your questionnaires.
  • If you choose Typeform as a form builder, your questionnaires will look more professional because they are more customized according to your brand identity and style. Of course, there are some templates in DEAR Inventory form builder, but it is more limited than those in Typeform.
  • You don’t need to get a new license for Typeform if you decide to change or abandon DEAR Inventory and switch to another survey top. This enables you to test some other options before coming back to DEAR Inventory if needed. However, if you are 100% sure that you will stay with DEAR Inventory forever, then buying both licenses is not necessary because you can always switch between them whenever you want without losing any information about your previous customers and surveys performed before switching to another system.
  • If you use Typeform for onboarding purposes, then it will be possible to combine a new user’s information with his/her previous answers from previous surveys in order to personalize onboarding process even more according to his/her needs and preferences. For example, at the beginning of onboarding process, you can ask a user about his/her favorite brands in order to suggest him/her products that fit his/her preferences better later on. Or maybe you want to know if he prefers watching videos or reading texts when learning something new? With DEAR Inventory and Typeform integration, you can combine his previous answers from previous surveys with his answers from onboarding questionnaire and adapt your onboarding program according to his needs and preferences instead of just deciding which method works best for most people.
  • You can easily filter out all incomplete surveys that were sent during a certain period of time in order to improve your customer services by finding out where exactly the problem was and what mistakes were made in the questionnaire construction or sending process that caused customers not to finish filling out the questionnaire or even abandon it halfway without completing it at all.
  • You can combine both tops in order to increase customer retention rate by making it easier for customers to give feedback on their experience with your business while leaving comments directly on Typeform’s report page instead of leaving an email or contacting support team separately through different channels. Even if they don’t use Typeform again right away after leaving their feedback, they still remember your company as an organization that cares about its customers’ experience with its products/services and wants them to share their experience after using them for the first time or after some changes were introduced instead of just forgetting about it after they complete their feedback forms located somewhere else on your website/applications and leave without sharing their experience at all (after all, these kinds of customer feedback forms are usually placed deep inside the website or very close to its footer.
  • If you use Typeform as a form builder and a survey creator, then it will be possible for you to include additional fields into your current questionnaire without making any code changes (because Typeform has both form builder and survey creator features. In other words, if you need additional fields in your current questionnaire such as “How was your experience?” or “Would you recommend us?”, then you can add them into Typeform’s form builder interface and create suitable fields that will ask exactly what you want from your customers without modifying existing fields (such as “What was your experience like?”. or creating completely new ones (such as “Would You Recommend Us?”. This way it will be much easier for you to build new questionnaires in addition to updating existing ones in case there is a need for further improvement without having to hire programmers or web designers every time you need something changed in your surveys (of course, this kind of modification is not limited only to using DEAR Inventory and Typeform together.
  • If you notice that some customers didn’t answer some questions correctly or didn’t answer at all despite answering other questions correctly, then you can send reminders directly through Typeform without leaving DEAR Inventory dashboard in order to learn why they didn’t answer these questions correctly yet or why they didn’t answer them at all (maybe they found that question irrelevant?. instead of sending reminders manually via email or SMS as usual in case that particular customer didn’t answer all questions correctly or didn’t answer them at all despite answering others correctly (if you still want them to answer these questions after sending reminders. However, if this particular customer did answer all other questions correctly, then there is no need for sending reminders directly through Typeform since he/she might have actually answered those questions correctly too even though he/she just forgot to send them back during initial survey completion process (which is not surprising because answering long questionnaires is quite demanding especially if we talk about surveys consisting of 10+ questions. But what if there was a mistake in the questionnaire construction or sending process? Then there is no need for sending reminders too because most probably these customers would have replied normally anyway if there was no mistake at all in the questionnaire construction or sending process (or else we wouldn’t have seen any notifications about unanswered questions at first place. So basically, sending reminders directly through Typeform might be useful only when there was a mistake in the questionnaire construction or sending process or when we noticed that some customers didn’t answer some questions correctly despite answering others correctly (even though there was no mistake at all. Therefore, these kinds of reminders should be sent only after initial survey completion process was over so that we can learn why those customers didn’t respond correctly yet despite answering others correctly (it could be due to poor questionnaire construction/question wording/question placement/question order/question design/question navigation/question length/question complexity/etc.. But wait… How are we going to remind them quickly enough? And how are we going to know which customers need reminders? Well… I guess we won’t know anything about these specific customers until they don’t respond even after reminders were sent (don’t forget that sometimes people simply forget about things even though there is no particular reason for them not remembering what we want them to do), but

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on November 09,2022 06:11 pm