Are you researching the market for a proven GoCardless integration solution to synchronise GoCardless payments with your accounting, CRM or ERP systems?
Codeless Platforms' GoCardless Integration connector provides companies of any size with a proven, drag-and-drop integration platform to integrate GoCardless with practically any business system(s).Download Brochure
GoCardless Integration Scenarios and Benefits
Common integrations achievable through the GoCardless API include:
- Downloading of GoCardless payments into additional business systems
- Automatic creation and distribution of invoices for payments
- Ability to manage customer accounts across all systems
- Automatic generation of notifications for failed collections
Common commercial benefits achieved through GoCardless API integration with accounting, ERP and CRM systems include:
- Improved efficiencies by automating workflow processes
- Increased visibility into payments and ability to cross-reference data
- Better management of customer accounts
- Enhancement of customer service
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