Atlanta, GA (PRWEB)

Octover 25, 2012

MailChimp today announced its integration with CloudWork, a service that allows individuals and organizations to connect their business and social media apps with each other. CloudWork makes it simple for a user to share data between their various cloud applications. And with this integration, MailChimp users can more easily share or add subscriber information and notifications with other services such as Evernote, Zendesk, Freshbooks and many CRM apps.

Cloud apps are central to the way many organizations operate with 40% of small businesses relying on at least one cloud-based application, and 15% using more than five apps. These services provide a wealth of functionality, but also require a high degree of information sharing to keep business humming along. This sharing can sometimes become a roadblock to productivity. It can be difficult, tedious, and inefficient to manually move data around between various services– a user can end up with a mountain of .csv files. And while many services offer automatic integrations, it can also be confusing to manage the various integrations and other solutions needed to keep data up to date across different systems. CloudWork addresses these issues.

CloudWork functions as a traffic controller of sorts, allowing users to connect their different apps to CloudWork. It then seamlessly moves data between all of the different services. It’s a one stop shop for managing integrations, and ensures that they work straight out of the box, without the need for excessive configuration or troubleshooting. Current services supported include a variety of CRM’s such as Zoho, Highrise and Capsule, plus others apps including Twitter, Dropbox, WordPress, Twilio, Gmail and now, MailChimp. There are plans to add numerous other services as CloudWork expands.

“CloudWork is designed to offer only tried and true connections between the most important and popular business apps such as MailChimp. We work with end users and app developers to develop each integration so it works seamlessly and hassle-free right out of the gate,” says Christophe Primault CEO at CloudWork. “Thanks to services such as CloudWork, businesses are able to hire a virtual systems integrator in the cloud, without technical knowledge needed.”

MailChimp already integrates individually with many of the services CloudWork works with, along with hundreds of others. CloudWork, builds on this however, allowing other applications to communicate with each other beyond MailChimp, and lets users manage these different settings and data in a central location.

Cloudwork gives MailChimp users many options for sharing. Users can set CloudWork to automatically add leads and sync contacts to Zoho CRM, track MailChimp subscribers in Highrise, receive SMS notifications of new subscribers from Twilio, create new subscribers via Freshbooks, plus other options with those services, and many others including Zendesk, Capsule CRM, and Evernote.

To get started, a user signs up for their free CloudWork account, and then authorizes their various accounts. They then set up what data they’d like shared between which services.

CloudWork pricing starts at free, and includes paid account options that offer expanded features such as more frequent data syncing, deeper customer support, and options for backend integration.

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About MailChimp

MailChimp supports more than 2.5 million subscribers worldwide, sending 4 billion messages per month. MailChimp is designed for the do-it-yourself power user – someone looking for all of the power of an enterprise application, but built for anyone to use. MailChimp integrates with many third party applications including Facebook, Twitter, Hootsuite, Pinterest, Instagram, SurveyMonkey, Eventbrite, Etsy, Salesforce, Wordpress, Magento, Joomla, Drupal and Google Analytics. And best of all, prices start at free.

About CloudWork

CloudWork is a service by Nubera, a cloud apps pioneer. Nubera’s vision since its launch in 2010 has been to help small businesses be successful with cloud applications. CloudWork lets small businesses connect their business and social media apps to automate key tasks and processes, all without requiring big upfront investments or technical expertise.

More information about CloudWork and its service is available at: http://www.cloudwork.com. Follow CloudWork on Twitter: @CloudWork

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