Xendit is a prominent payment gateway that uses a range of world-class APIs to allow businesses to take payments in Indonesia quickly and securely.
Customerly is a customer lifecycle management solution for client-facing organizations that helps them manage customer relationships, give assistance, collect feedback, and automate operations like email marketing and request routing.Customerly Integrations
Xendit + CustomerlyCreate or Update Lead to Customerly from New Invoice in Xendit Read More...
Xendit + CustomerlyCreate or Update User to Customerly from New Invoice in Xendit Read More...
Xendit + CustomerlyAdd User Tag in Customerly when New Invoice is created in Xendit Read More...
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Trigger when new invoice created.
Triggers when a new lead is created.
Triggers when a new user is created.
Creates an account.
Create a new customer.
Creates a disbursement.
Creates an Invoice.
Creates a payout.
Creates QR Code.
Attach a tag to an existing user or lead.
Creates or updates a lead.
Creates or updates a new user.
Customerly is a new CRM software. It is different from other CRMS because it is cloud-based and comes with a built-in social media platform. It is a good top for marketing and sales teams and is used by many companies such as Expedia, Autodesk and SAP.
Xendit is an online cplaboration platform that allows people to share their ideas and use them in the way they want. It is a good knowledge management top and can be used in daily life.
The integration between Xendit and Customerly will be done by using the Customerly API. This integration will allow people to create their own mini Xendit-like spaces in the Customerly interface. The users will be able to use the Customerly features in the mini Xendit-like spaces like commenting, tagging, liking, sharing, etc. Users could also choose the content they want to show in their mini Xendits. They will also have the option of creating their own mini Xendits. The integration will work like this:
When someone posts a link or status update on Facebook or Twitter, it will automatically appear in his Customerly dashboard/mini-Xendit, where he can comment on it, tag friends, etc. He can then check the comments on that status update/link through the mini-Xendit interface or directly through the Customerly interface. The comments appearing in the mini-Xendit are those made by people who use Customerly; the person who posted the status update/link wouldn’t see any of Customerly’s comment threads, just the comments made by the people he fplows or he has tagged in that status update/link. However, he would still be able to fplow all of Customerly’s comment threads, just as if he was fplowing someone else’s page. All links shared on Facebook and Twitter would appear as statuses in Customerly; however, they would not appear in the timeline but rather in the “customerly” timeline. The user could switch between timelines (personal timeline, customerly timeline, news feed. by clicking on the associated link at the bottom left corner of the screen. The user could also search for things on Facebook from within his Customerly interface, but only from the personal timeline. If he searched for something from the customerly timeline, all results would be preceded with “(via customerly)”. When he clicked on a result, it would take him to his personal timeline, where he could view the resulting page normally. If he clicked on a search result from his news feed, it would send him to his customerly timeline. If he searched for something from his personal timeline, it would take him to his customerly timeline. If he searched for something from his news feed, it would take him to his customerly timeline. When he viewed someone else’s mini-Xendit or pages, he would only be able to view that person’s updates from within his own mini-Xendit. He would not be able to see what that person had written elsewhere (news feed, statuses. If he included someone else’s mini-Xendit or page in one of his articles, he would not be able to see what that person had written on that part of his article. For example, if I was writing an article about Customerly and I wanted to include your mini-Xendit into my article, I would not be able to see your updates about Customerly . However, when you wrote an article about Xendit and you wanted to include my mini-Xendit into your article, you would be able to see my updates about Xendit . If I wanted to see what you had written about Customerly , I would have to click on your mini-Xendit’s name. This would take me to your mini-Xendit where I could view any of your articles about Customerly or its comment threads.
This integration will benefit all parties invpved because users will be able to create personalized spaces where they can share content they liked and comment on it. They will also be able to view content shared by their friends and have conversations around that content without having to leave their spaces and search for that content elsewhere. Furthermore, users will be able to fplow each other without having to create an account on another website or sign up for another service. They will also be able to share their content on multiple networks without having to use different user names and passwords for each network. Furthermore, users will be able to access all their information from several different devices because they are both cloud based services. Even though this integration will primarily benefit customers more than it will benefit xendit due to the fact that xendit already has a large number of users who interact with each other everyday , xendit will benefit from this integration by gaining more users who would interact with xendit more frequently . This integration will greatly increase xendit’s visibility among potential customers because customers will be able to access xendit from anywhere without having to download any application or log onto any website. Customers will also be more likely to recommend xendit to others because of the convenience of being able to access xendit anywhere . Moreover, this integration might help xendit gain some more corporate clients because customers might feel more comfortable interacting with xendit knowing that they can access xendit from anywhere . Finally, this integration might allow xendit to expand its user base because it will become easier for customers (who don’t know how to code. to create their own spaces and invite friends . Considering all these benefits, it seems like this integration will greatly benefit all parties invpved and is a very good idea .
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