Integrate Autopilot with CallRail
Autopilot is a visually-focused marketing software that provides tools for automating a customer’s journey. These include custom triggers that can be mapped out and automated ahead of time so that you can send the right kind of follow-up communications to the right customers. Autopilot can also automatically capture visitors, segment contacts using pre-established filters, and track the progress that a company is making towards a marketing goal. This allows users to make modifications that increase efficiency in real time.
CallRail provides businesses with tracking phone numbers that they can use to gather valuable customer interaction data from phone calls. This includes the source of the call - an advertisement on social media, for example - as well as information about the callers themselves. Additionally, once a call is completed, CallRail automatically generates a transcript of the call. By gathering this data, CallRail allows businesses to score their leads more easily and gauge the effectiveness of different marketing campaigns.
Popular Use Cases
Bring all your Autopilot data to Amazon Redshift
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ETL all your Autopilot data to Snowflake
Move your Autopilot data to MySQL
Bring all your CallRail data to Amazon Redshift
Load your CallRail data to Google BigQuery
ETL all your CallRail data to Snowflake
Move your CallRail data to MySQL
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Autopilot's End Points
Manage your contacts by updating, deleting, or retrieving contact data, including names, emails, phone numbers, the source of the lead and their affiliated company. With this information, you can more easily segment each contact into appropriate groupings that will make your marketing more targeted and effective.
Retrieve a list of existing smart segments, including the names and IDs for those segments. Then, gather data from a single smart segment to see relevant contact information, including how many contacts are grouped into that segment and who the first 100 contacts are. You will also get a bookmark link to the next batch of contacts, should there be more.
Get a list of journeys that have API triggers, which includes their names and trigger IDs. Then, use that trigger to automatically add a contact to a journey via the contact’s ID or email address.
CallRail's End Points
Create separate companies with different configurations and tracking numbers. Then, you can retrieve information like the company’s name, creation date, lead scoring settings and company ID. This will allow you to track each different parameter in your analytics.
Track any users who have access to your call data at various permission levels. This field provides you with contact information about the user - including their name, email, user ID, role and company - so that you can integrate your user and company data for analysis.
Retrieve an account’s name and ID and choose whether or not to enable outbound call recording. Since this is the top level object for CallRail, you can also use that account ID to integrate data - such as “Company” or “Tracker” - that is generated by any lower level object within that account.
Retrieve data from other data sources by integrating CallRail data with third party tools. The data in this field includes the name of the third party tool being integrated, the type of integration, its status, the unique integration ID, and associated companies. CallRail can use all of this data to provide more robust marketing analytics.
Gather call data from tracking numbers that can either be linked to a specific source or associated with a particular visitor. This field can retrieve a variety of data from those calls, including the tracker ID, tracking numbers and associated companies. This information can help you qualify leads and gauge the effectiveness of marketing campaigns.
Retrieve data on an individual call, including the duration, source, phone number and status i.e., whether it was answered, missed, etc. Additionally, you can retrieve contact information for the caller, including their name, phone number, and whether or not CallRail rates the call as having provided a good lead.