If you use Infusionsoft for your CRM and online Sales & Marketing needs, you can now connect your quiz directly to your account. You can send the contact information of the players directly to your CRM and make it easy to quickstart your sales cycle.
Follow the instructions below to connect your quiz to your CRM:
1. Authorise Fyrebox to access your account
Visit your fyrebox account page scroll down to the Integrations section, and flip the switch “Infusionsoft”
This will redirect you to the authorization page:
2. Connect your Quiz to your Infusionsoft account
When your account is connected to Infusionsoft, you can now enable the connection between your quiz and your CRM. Just visit the “Edit” page of your quiz, scroll down to the Integrations and flip the switch showing the Infusionsoft logo.
To find the required API key, follow the steps by step instructions below:
1. Go to Admin > Settings and click on Application in the settings menu
2. Scroll down to the API section and enter a passphrase in the text box
The API Passphrase is simply a password, or series of words that will be used to generate your unique API key. Be sure to remember your passphrase if you ever need to generate your API key again.
3. After you enter a Passphrase, click on the Save button to generate the API key:
4. Your API Key is now available under the textbox where you entered the passphrase
If your API key is correct, from then on, all the leads that you collect on your quiz will be sent directly to InfusionSoft.
If you haven’t heard of them : Infusionsoft is a private company that offers an e-mail marketing and sales platform for small businesses, including products to streamline the customer lifecycle, customer relationship management, marketing automation, lead capture, and e-commerce. It is based in Chandler, Arizona.
In 2013, Great Place to Work and Fortune Magazine ranked Infusionsoft 17th Best Medium Workplace. In 2011, it was ranked 15th Best Small to Medium Workplace in America.
Infusionsoft is one of the fastest growing private companies in Arizona, adding 240 jobs between 2012 and 2013. The company received $54 million in venture capital from Goldman Sachs in early 2013. In total, the company has generated over $125 million in funding