Keap has announced that it is introducing new and expanded e-commerce capabilities to the Pro and Max editions of its sales, CRM, and marketing automation software. These new features will help small companies scale their business and maximize revenue with customizable tools, easy-to-use checkout forms, and integrations with Shopify and other premium payment processors, including PayPal, WePay, Stripe, and more.
Keap is a provider of CRM and marketing automation solutions designed with small businesses in mind. The company’s sales and marketing automation solutions can help SMBs convert more leads with personalized and automated follow-up messages, capture lead behavior, and increase engagement. Keap’s marketing automation capabilities can also integrate with third-party apps to help companies trigger additional sales opportunities. Its three pricing models—Lite, Pro, and Max—can be configured based on how many users a company has in its system.
With the new e-commerce capabilities, Keap customers who use the Pro or Max versions of the platform can improve the way they scale their business. The new features include automatic payment timing, a collection of integrations with other e-commerce platforms, one-click upsell functionalities, sales reports, and automated follow-ups for customers who make a purchase or abandon their cart.
Rajesh Bhatia, the Chief Technology Officer at Keap, says, “Entrepreneurial, growth-minded small businesses need to create repeatable, predictable growth to reach their goals. By expanding the e-commerce features in our platform, Keap amplifies the power of our leading sales and marketing automation tools so entrepreneurs can maximize their profitability while saving time. By reducing the headaches associated with integrating multiple software, we help companies grow without the chaos.”
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