Pipedrive and Uteach



Please be aware that  Uteach support is not responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting issues within third-party tools. 

What is Pipedrive for? 

Pipedrive is a CRM tool created to help you manage your sales pipeline and track customer interactions, leads, and sale processes. 

By connecting Pipedrive with Uteach, you can automate student management and marketing processes and gain valuable insights into your sales activities. 

The main features of Pipedrive include the following:

  • Track the journey of your leads from initial contact to enrollment.
  • Visualize your sales pipeline.
  • Set up automated tasks and follow-ups to ensure timely communication with your students.
  • Get sales CRM reports and insights.

Uteach offers a built-in CRM system where you can collect and track your student data, progress, and much more. Check how you can create and manage CRM fields on Uteach. 

What do you need for Pipedrive integration? 

If you need more advanced features for your CRM and sales processes, you can easily connect Pipedrive and Uteach. To achieve this, you will need an API token and the pipeline

You can access the API token once you navigate to the Personal Preferences > API section from your Pipedrive account. If you do not have an account, you can sign up here.

After getting this information, copy it and head to your Uteach account. 

  • Head to your Uteach account.
  • Move to the Settings and Integrations section.
  • Choose Pipedrive from the list and click on it. 
  • Access the API key and Pipeline fields and fill them out. 

If you need help connecting Uteach and Pipedrive, you can reach out to our support team at [email protected].  

How to build a pipelines

First of all, let’s see what a pipeline is and how it works. 

A sales pipeline is a visual way to track potential customers as they move through the sales process. It shows the different stages a lead goes through, from first contact to closing the sale. Each stage represents a step in building a relationship with the customer. For example, stages can include initial contact, meeting, proposal, and closing. 

By using a pipeline, you can easily see where each lead is and identify potential issues. 

When you start managing potential students, you begin with a list of people interested in your course or product. As this list grows, tracking all these contacts and interactions can become challenging.

For example, if you're dealing with fewer than 10 deals, tools like Google Sheets or Excel work fine for organizing sales opportunities. However, as your business expands or you have a team, a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system becomes more efficient. CRM helps you manage deals collaboratively, move them through stages, and monitor progress toward sales goals.

To set up a sales pipeline, you will need to break down each deal into specific steps needed to close a sale. You can customize these stages based on what activities drive the most success for you. Also, these stages can be the recurring interactions you have with your leads. 

For your pipeline to be efficient, you need to have clear rules on when to move a student to the next stage. 

If you need detailed instructions on how to build a pipeline with Pipedrive, you can check their knowledge base article


Why is Pipedrive so good? 

Pipedrive creates personalized insights and reports tailored to the specific needs and activities of each business. It automates customer service by sending automated responses via email and chatbot, and it can also schedule follow-up appointments easily.

Is Pipedrive safe?

Pipedrive maintains high security by adhering to industry-grade security protocols and providing advanced security features. Regarding GDPR compliance, yes, Pipedrive meets GDPR standards.

Pipedrive resources 

To learn more about how you can use Pipedrive and automate your sales and marketing processes, you can check out Pipedrive resources.