“When I was willfully staying overtime to work on work-projects, I knew that I must truly love what I’m doing! To me, web-design and SEO was a fun hobby that I just happened to do for work, so I knew that I could be successful on my own.”
Quick to Impress founder Jeff Garibay had this realization after working as a corporate web-designer for several years. He was ready to leave his corporate job to start his own venture, and immediately knew he had a very important need to fulfill in order to make his entrepreneurial venture successful.
“I needed a tool that allows me to demonstrate for clients how to use their content management system. I wanted to dial-in remotely, see what they are seeing, and be able to walk through the whole process of any updates or support that they need.
I had experience using Five9 at my previous company, but that wasn’t really robust enough for my needs. When I looked at other options, they didn’t look too promising…until I found Zoho Assist.”
Customers can be . Their choices are heavily biased towards outward appearances. Why do subtle differences cause so much chaos in your sales? Are appearances so important? Should you treat your products like placebos, and invest heavily in pleasing your customers’ whimsical palate?
If you want to be the owner of a multi-user group, with the ability to manage permissions for users then, you will love the Enterprise plan. I give you further reason to love it – you, as an admin, need only purchase a single account with Zoho Survey, adding multiple users to your group as required. Read further for more details.
As the admin of a group, you become “all powerful” with permissions. You can add users to your portals from various departments of your organization. For instance, you can create separate portals for the sales team and the marketing team. Use multiple portals to organize your surveys, add users and assign the role of a member or vendor to each user. Read more
The internet is a promise for value. For both the surfer and the creator, the internet promises value. Website builders try to show the creators a way to create without issue. Despite the hundreds of options in the market there is, sadly, an absence of a complete builder that is accessible to the ones without a big paycheck. We are changing that. With Zoho Sites, you can now create, edit and host beautiful websites, for free!
Let’s think about why do website builders ask you to pay. Of the numerous website builders in the market, the most prominent distinction among the ‘best’ seems to be their marketing budget. Focusing primarily on visibility, these companies have been spending increasing amounts to catch eyeballs. One even spent millions for its 30 seconds of fame! Despite the excessive spending, these companies are barely reaching break-even. They are getting their visibility, but low-conversion rates were hurting their ability to generate revenue enough to justify expenses. The model had proven to be unsustainable and unstable. Read more
When you say cloud, the first thing that we want you to think of is anytime, anywhere access. But having said that, a product is never truly on the ‘Cloud’ until it is easily accessible anytime, anywhere, on any device.
In an effort to make Zoho Books a complete ‘Cloud’ accounting software app, we’re making a major announcement today. We’re pleased to announce the availability of our new Zoho Books iPad app.This native app is perfectly optimized for your iPad, iPad Air and iPad Mini.
If there’s one feature we had to pick in Zoho Creator that could help you achieve the most, with the least amount of effort, it’s Form Automation.
Form automation is a time-saving addition to Zoho Creator that can make your everyday work easier. It allows you to define your business rules and workflows. The best part is you can do this without any coding.
With this feature, your app can now show/hide fields or sub-forms or complete a set of tasks when a form rule is met while the user fills, submits or modifies a form. You can trigger actions such as displaying custom confirmation messages, redirecting users to different web pages, sending predefined email/SMS notifications based on different rules that are met.
API (Application Programming Interface) has always been the most preferred means of integration between two systems. For instance, an HR software and payroll. This is most convenient when data needs to be exchanged every time a requirement arises. However, what if instant notifications need to be sent and received the very second an event is triggered? That’s precisely what a webhook does.
A webhook is an http call back that sends data to the third party system whenever an event is triggered. For example, when a travel expense record is approved, a webhook instantly notifies the accounting system by invoking its API to process the reimbursement. Alternatively, if a webhook isn’t used, the API will only be called periodically (end of day, week, or month) to find out pending reimbursements and hence delay the payment process.
A Webhook is certainly a better way to integrate with third party systems and your own custom applications, ensuring data synchronization at all times. That’s why Zoho People has now adopted Webhooks!