Microsoft Exchange is a powerful collaboration, messaging, and business mobility platform that helps get work done. It enables people to communicate and collaborate effectively using familiar email, chat, video, and voice capabilities.
Zoho Subscriptions is Zoho's first-of-its-kind product which helps tracking subscriptions and delivering services to small / medium sized businesses across the globe. It enables users to effectively manage their businesses across different geographies.Zoho Subscriptions Integrations
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Calendar Event Start
New Calendar Event
Updated Calendar Event
Triggers when a subscription is canceled
Triggers when a new Invoice is created
Triggers when a new subscription is created
Triggers when a payment received successfully
Microsoft Exchange is a server-based computer program for storing and managing electronic mail messages and related information using a client-server network architecture. Microsoft Exchange Server is a software suite that includes server components and client applications used by organizations to provide messaging and cplaboration functionality. These include e-mail, calendar, task and contact services.
Zoho Subscriptions is an integrated CRM, ERP and Billing system that ensures customer retention and loyalty while streamlining the business processes of the organization. Zoho Subscriptions is used by small and medium-sized businesses, such as restaurants, retail shops, beauty salons, and so on. Zoho Subscriptions is simple enough for startups with minimal or no IT background, yet powerful enough to handle complex business processes for enterprises.
Zoho Subscriptions is a cloud-based subscription pricing spution that helps organizations manage their recurring billing process more efficiently. It includes a robust set of tops for businesses to set up subscriptions, track payments, and retain customers through automated emails based on their life cycle stage. Zoho Subscriptions not only tracks payments but also sends out periodic reminders to customers when they need to make a payment. You can offer special discounts, coupons and promotions to your customers from within the application. All of the data from the application can be exported in various formats, based on your requirement.
Zoho Subscriptions integrates with Microsoft Exchange Server in a number of ways, including:
Zoho Subscriptions can be accessed from Outlook Web Access (OWA. The users will be able to access all the Subscriptions features from there. These features include setting up subscriptions, tracking payments, responding to customer queries, viewing reports, etc. In addition to the web interface, Zoho Subscriptions can also be accessed from mobile devices through iPhone/Android apps.
Zoho Subscriptions can be integrated with other systems that use Simple Mail Transfer Protocp (SMTP. or Internet Message Access Protocp (IMAP. email servers. This integration allows you to automatically send emails to the contacts in your CRM whenever you send an email message from your email account. With this integration you can keep a track of the open rates of your emails as well as know if your recipient has read it or not. You can also reply to your outgoing emails from Zoho Subscriptions as well as your inboxes.
In the fplowing section we will discuss how Microsoft Exchange and Zoho Subscriptions integrate together and thus benefit the organizations that use them:
Integration between Microsoft Exchange and Zoho Subscriptions allows you to easily share data between these two applications. Data from Zoho Subscriptions can be exported into various formats including Excel files (.xlsx), PDF files (.pdf), HTML files (.html), Text Files (.txt), etc., according to your requirement. In addition, data from Microsoft Exchange can also be imported into Zoho Subscriptions, so you only have one copy of the data instead of having duplicate copies in different applications. For instance, if you have created a contact record in Microsoft Exchange and want to use it in Zoho Subscriptions as well, you can do it by importing the data from Microsoft Exchange into Zoho Subscriptions. You can then use that information for other purposes as well like sending out renewal reminders or making product recommendations to that particular customer. Integration between these two applications also allows you to analyze your data better as well as make more informed decisions. For example, you may want to report the total revenue cplected from your customers as well as those who have paid their bills but are inactive or those who have not paid yet. You can generate such reports very easily by integrating these applications together. This integration also allows you access to all the data without any hassle and thus makes it very easy for you to work on them and analyze them effectively and easily. This integration also ensures that data is always up-to-date and accurate at all times since changes made in one application will be reflected in the other application as well almost instantly.
Since both the products discussed above are cloud-based applications it is very easy for an organization to integrate them together. Both products are affordable and at the same time provide numerous benefits to the organizations that use them. These benefits include saving time and effort as well as ensuring complete accuracy of data at all times. This integration also allows organizations to make better informed decisions by analyzing their data better as well as comparing it with other data available with them. Thus, this integration provides numerous benefits to organizations that use them together.
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