Integrate PhoneBurner's power dialer with Gist (formerly ConvertFox) in just minutes, with Zapier. Use "Zaps" to create seamless connections and push data between programs - all without coding or developers.
PhoneBurner power dials your Gist (formerly ConvertFox) contacts, and streamlines repetitive and time-consuming tasks like dropping voicemails, sending emails, logging calls, and automating post-call workflows. The result? Sales reps have up to 4x more conversations. PhoneBurner has no awkward pause or connection delays. Use any phone or our softphone and dial up to 80 contacts per hour.
Zapier's "fill-in-the-blank" setup makes integration easy, and eliminates the need for code. By defining "triggers" and "actions" you can push contact data and call activity between Gist (formerly ConvertFox) and PhoneBurner. A Zapier subscription is needed.
Our friendly, award-winning support team is available to help with the integration.
No credit card needed. Our award-winning support team is happy to help with your integration.
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