Husky centralises all marketing data for marketing teams and agencies. Because only programmers can handle APIs and it takes a lot of work to write and maintain integration for each web application, Zapier comes in extremely handy. It makes integrations with modern cloud software a piece of cake.
When we developed our API (i.e. the translator that makes it possible to connect Husky to other applications), we immediately provided integration with Zapier. As a result, it is possible to connect Husky to +1500 web apps for your company's workflows via a simple interface.
Zapier is structured around triggers and actions. If something happens in one app, then something has to happen in another app. That could be the same app, by the way.
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Another fun fact: you pronounce 'Zapier' as 'happier', but with a 'z'. Zaps that make you happier. :-)
Because each application ensures that the integration with Zapier remains up-to-date, you can use Zapier immediately with +1500 apps to make the integration possible.
Zapier has a free version for 100 actions per month. After that, a subscription starts at $ 20/month. How many Zaps you set, or how many steps need to be automated, determines the size of your subscription. The use of our API is free, with a fair use policy.
Wondering how to apply the settings step by step in Zapier? Read about it in our Help Centre.
Zapier is the first step in our API story. Of course, we also have an API available for those who want to build their integration with some programming knowledge. Zapier makes this easier to use for non-programmers.
In the future, we will introduce specific apps that are even better integrated into our programme. Soon, for example, it will be possible to use documents on your Google Drive or Dropbox in your Husky environment, or you will see your task schedule in your Outlook calendar. Even if you want to work more closely with other companies, API functionalities offer a lot of possibilities for synchronising data, and for automating recurring actions. Read more about the exchange of data between a marketing agency and customers (and vice versa).
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