How online athletic apparel maker Zensah makes use of Constant Contact for NetSuite Integration

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Zensah is based in South Florida and was founded in 2004. Based on the Italian word “senza,” meaning “to be without,” Zensah was created to help athletes at all levels improve their performance by utilizing unique, seamless sportswear designed to enhance performance and speed recovery. The company’s innovative seamless design consists of a breathable, moisture-wicking fabric that draws sweat away from the body, allowing the garment and athlete to stay cool, dry, and light.

Zensah’s mission is simple: create innovative products that wow and inspire all athletes to achieve their goals #WithoutLimitz.

Zensah Advanced Athletic Compression Sleeves and Apparel

Throughout the years, Zensah has grown into a robust eCommerce store and needed the help of eCommerce software to make business management much easier. NetSuite to organize their business-side and Constant Contact to organize their client-side. With a growing number of products and customers, Zensah needed a better way to manage business automation between their applications.

With this, Zensah sought out an integration platform that could automatically sync data between NetSuite and Constant Contact. Now, they’re using SyncApps to simplify their integration processes for their applications. Using SyncApps allowed having a seamless experience, that means less time tediously entering data and more time to focus on tasks that matter.

Highlights of Features in Constant Contact to NetSuite integration

Sync NetSuite company, contacts and leads to Constant Contact Master lists.
Filter and Sync only those records who meet specific criteria from CRM.
Opt-outs managed automatically in NetSuite from Constant Contact.
Custom field mapping between both systems.
NetSuite supported Saved Search record types: Contact, Customer, Partner, Transaction to Constant Contact lists.
Sync Constant Contact campaign responses to NetSuite custom records.

NetSuite Updates by SyncApps

Following the release of the newest NetSuite API, SyncApps will be releasing our new shopping cart integration for NetSuite this mid-summer! This eCommerce feature is for creating segmentation using purchasing data. You may head over to our extensive knowledge base for more information.

Aside from that, NetSuite also has a new Web Service, in which Application ID is required for authentication to NetSuite API. Our Knowledge Base article features setting up your Application ID in your Sync Profile.

We have many more updates in our roadmap for the upcoming months. Look out for more new and exciting feature rollouts to our NetSuite integrations soon.

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