Learn How To Automate Your Business
Actionable tips on how to save time and money with automation.
Love it or hate it, Microsoft Office is the software of the business masses, and Microsoft Word reigns supreme at the top of the stack. From rental agreements in real estate offices, contracts at law firms, and purchase orders in advertising (and just about every other industry), it’s no wonder why 500 billion Office documents were created in one year alone.
The real estate business is notoriously busy, and whether you’re representing buyers or sellers, expectations from clients are at an all-time high. The secret of top-ranking realtors isn’t just that they’re more productive. It’s that they only focus on tasks that maximize delivering results.
If you’re in the mortgage business, you already know the ability to generate and nurture new leads is critical. Today, with whiplash cycles of home buying and refinancing due to rate cuts and the impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic on top of ever-increasing competition from big online lenders, the strategies you used five (or even
Between driving all over town, sitting at open houses, and showing new houses that just came on the market, who has time for running the actual business of being a real estate agent. The marketing, the contracts, the follow ups, and the leads. It’s so hard to keep up as a agent. If only you
So you’ve started to focus on lead generation. Did you know that you can use a simple spreadsheet to track leads? Problem is, making spreadsheets can be time consuming. You’ve got to figure out how it should function, what you want it to do, what you want it to show and how you want it
The goal of a business website is to create more leads for the company. It’s a pretty easy concept to understand, but succeeding in consistent lead generation can be hard. Sometimes you may find your lead gen efforts have grown old and ineffective. Or maybe you haven’t even launched your campaign yet and are not
According to Deloitte, over 50% of businesses surveyed are planning their “RPA Journey”, and 78% of those businesses plan on investing more money in RPA (Robotic Process Automation) in the next 3 years. In fact, Forrester predicts that RPA will be a 2.9 billion dollar industry by 2021. While some may look at RPA as
What’s an Email Parser? To parse literally means “to break down into components.” Typically, reading an email involves sorting out the important bits and figuring out what to do with them. Do they need to be forwarded on to other people? Do sales records need to be updated? This process of mentally extracting important details
What is A Webhook A webhook is an automatic transfer of data from a primary location, like an email account or completed webform, into a secondary, predetermined location. It’s a shortcut to get information from one place to another, typically more useful, place. In the case of Mailparser, it is generally from our email parser
Mailparser and Microsoft Flow Integration As part of our endeavor to assist clients parsing their emails to various platforms, we’ve recently integrated Mailparser with Microsoft Flow, meaning we now offer a Microsoft Flow Email Parser. Mailparser has long been integrated with Microsoft Dynamics through other 3rd party integrations, but to take things up a notch
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