How Docusign Events Can Update Pipedrive Deals

Finding opportunities and chasing leads is something your sales and business development team do on a daily basis. That's why it's important to monitor every stage of the sales process, and turn every opportunity into a closed deal. Your sales people will tell you that chasing leads is often time-consuming and inglorious, but it's what keep your business afloat. Being able to close a deal is a feeling like no other. The sheer satisfaction is immense.

That's why nowadays many tools exist to support sales and business development teams in their day-to-day operations. Out of all the tools, Docusign and Pipedrive are the two most popular ones. We've already seen numerous workflows involving these two tools from our clients.

Today's post, as you've probably guessed it, is dedicated to Pipedrive and Docusign. We're going to show you how to eaasily integrate Docusign and Pipedrive — so that when an event is completed in Docusign, a Pipedrive deal will be created based on various criteria.

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Our pipeline will start with a trigger. We'll tell Cloudpipes to run every time there's an Envelope Event.

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As a prerequisite, our pipeline will trigger only if the event was completed. We can set more custom triggers as well, such as a timestamp, email, whether it was signed or delivered, and more.

Next, Cloudpipes will perform a dedicated search in your Pipedrive account.

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We decided to filter upcoming queries by email and sort them in ascending order. From there, for each person found by the above criteria, we'll look if there are any deals matching those people.

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Each found deal would be subsequently updated by stage and status.

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If needed, more values can be added to reflect the end goal of our workflow.

Workflow automation shouldn't be difficult. Cloudpipes helps users design their workflows easily and efficiently. Synchronizing Docusign and Pipedrive to work on your next deal can be done with a single workflow blueprint.

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