Integrate Clevertim CRM will hundreds of applications

One of the key questions any customers should have when choosing a CRM system concerns the ability of integrating with other applications and services. Ease of integration is extremely important to small businesses as their IT budgets are either very small or non-existent.

To address this key aspect of developing a full solution for our small business customers, we have now successfully implemented our Zapier integration, which means you can now connect Clevertim CRM with hundreds of other applications and services using Zapier.

Zapier is an online platform that allows easy integration of various applications and services that support APIs to allow automated access to their data (API stands for Application Programming Interface).

So what can you integrate Clevertim CRM with? Here’s the list

Email automation, email lists, email marketing campaigns

Mailchimp, AWeber, Active Campaign, Constant Contact, Campaign Monitor, Mailgun, GetResponse

Synchronize contacts automatically between Clevertim CRM and these applications.

Google services

Google Calendar, Google Contacts, Google Docs, Google Tasks, Gmail

Synchronize calendar, contacts, docs, send emails.

Accounting, invoicing, etc.

Quickbooks Online, FreshBooks, Xero, Free Agent, LessAccounting

Online forms

Wufoo, Formstack, JotForm


Magento, Foursquare, Bigcommerce, Paypal, Shopify, Stripe

Online collaboration and project management

Trello, Basecamp, Campfire, Redmine, Uservoice, AgileZen



Social media

Twitter, Facebook pages, WordPress, Hubspot, Yammer, YouTube

Other CRM platforms

Salesforce, SugarCRM

And many, many more …

Check the Zapier website for the complete list.

Clevertim small business CRM API is out

We’ve released an API to allow our users to access their CRM data programatically.
It’s a REST-ful API which uses the 4 HTTP verbs: GET (access data), POST (create new data), PUT (update existing data), DELETE (delete existing data) to access all their CRM data.
For data formatting we are using JSON.

The API is open source, can be used with curl or from any other language that supports making http and https requests. You can access it on github here:

This API is part of our integration effort and it opens up our system to 3rd party integrators who we fully encourage to take advantage of our patience!