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Census + Zendesk for Better Customer Support

Jun 18, 2020
Boris is co-founder and CEO of Census, helping companies sync customer data across business systems. Previously, he founded Meldium, a YC-backed password manager for teams, which was acquired by LogMeIn. He enjoys speaking and writing about technology, helping other startup founders, and angel investing.
Census + Zendesk for Better Customer Support

Today, we’re happy to announce that we’ve launched our Zendesk integration. You can now sync all of your internal customer data into Zendesk in order to save time when responding to support requests or automatically prioritize messages when they come in.

Our goal with Census has always been to help you unify your disparate internal sources of data about users & organizations and put the information at your team’s fingertips. With this latest integration, support teams won't have to waste time pulling up info about a customer when they're in the midst of an urgent request. Getting this time back means each of your support agents can handle more tickets and thus scale your service to even more users.

Here’s how you can set this up for your team.

  • Add Zendesk as a new service connection (we connect via OAuth so you don't have to create a special user for Census).
  • Create a new sync and use our visual data mapping UI to pick what information you want to make available in Zendesk
  • Make your sync live!

Once you’ve activated Census in Zendesk, all your tickets will display up-to-date customer metrics.

More Product & Customer Data in Zendesk. Always up to date

As with all our sync connectors we take care to minimize API usage and respect your plan's API rate limits automatically.

If you are an existing customer, you can start using the Zendesk connector by going to your dashboard and if you are new around here, start you free 30-day trial today.

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