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The integration center for the monday/Salesforce integration.

Salesforce and are each powerful work solutions in their own right. But when you integrate and Salesforce, the result is way more powerful than the sum of its parts.

Why Integrate and Salesforce?

Many organizations rely on multiple systems to optimally run their business. Software integrations up the ante of stand-alone systems, giving you more power using what you already have.

The Work OS is a powerful stand-alone project and work management system that helps move projects forward fast, allowing teams to visualize status and progress in real time.

Salesforce is a leading customer relationship management (CRM) application that helps businesses connect with their customers through a suite of products that can take client service to the next level.

If you seek the best of both worlds—powerful project and team management with insightful sales pipeline and customer management abilities—then this is the integration option for you. Integrating with Salesforce combines your project management and customer relationship management (CRM) systems to create a unified system allowing you to create projects and set up tasks on using data from Salesforce.

You can assign tasks to your project team as well as to your sales team, widening the reach of project management. This enables you to track progress on lead generation and nurturing and helps drive sales and conversion activities.

This easy-to-set-up integration will have you connecting and sending information back and forth between and Salesforce automatically and quickly without complicated coding and support staff.

Benefits of integration between systems

Combining crucial prospect and customer information with workflows, team collaboration, and productivity exponentially increases ROI on both systems. The integration between and Salesforce provides two-way benefits for project and sales teams by:

  • Seamlessly connecting service and sales, syncing information in real time.
  • Comprehensively enabling views of sales and team performance.
  • Providing visibility into the entire sales effort from prospecting through new customer activities.
  • Managing business leads, accounts, and contacts while keeping customer-facing teams aligned and accountable.
  • Automating all tasks from prospecting to final client work deliverables into one larger workflow and data set.
  • Streamlining processes across the entire spectrum of business for all involved.
  • Increasing productivity and collaboration across teams.
  • Creating more time for those tasked to work, so they can focus on the most important and high-priority items.

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Connecting and Salesforce

Salesforce provides a wide range of services spanning e-commerce, analytics, and customer service, while concentrates on work management and team collaboration. Connecting the two systems as one and sharing data across the channels increases the power you have over all aspects of your business.

What can you do by integrating and Salesforce?

The integration of these two platforms gives both sales and business managers more leverage and insight into everything related to the company. This simple connection between systems instantly optimizes sales processes, making it easier to improve and build upon an existing sales pipeline, better manage expenses, and turn leads into active customers. It also continues on from there into planning and managing work for every new client.

Connecting Salesforce to allows sales managers to:

  • Create dashboards on using the data captured from Salesforce CRM.
  • Gain real-time insight into what is driving business.
  • Visualize what needs to change to improve and continue successful sales cycles.
  • Automatically send information between the two systems for seamless work transition.
  • Update records in Salesforce to automatically reflect data in dashboards.
  • Create items in boards when new records are created in Salesforce.

Connecting to Salesforce allows project and business managers to:

  • Automatically convert data from Salesforce into actionable tasks inside
  • See and report on sales pipeline and customer data using dashboards.
  • Track the sales cycle and anticipate when to expect new work to plan for.
  • Assign tasks, set deadlines, track progress, and measure results of sales efforts.
  • Instantly convert a closed deal into a project, keeping all contact information intact.
  • Continuously sync information to improve workflows as new information surfaces.

Step By Step: How to connect and integrate and Salesforce

Salesforce and integration is available for enterprise plan users providing non-sales team access to information from Salesforce inside in real time. Sales professionals gain the ability to create new accounts, leads, and contacts and have them automatically available for reports and tasks in for everyone to see.

Streamline your processes with these quick steps.

  1. Things to know before the integration.

    Setting up this integration between systems requires you to have Enterprise plan access plus a Salesforce subscription of Enterprise or Unlimited plan. Confirm with your you have access to both and Salesforce at these plan levels before you get started.Confirm your access for the monday/Salesforce integration.

  2. Select the integration.

    Open the integration center in and select the Salesforce app icon. This is where you will find all of the available “recipes” needed to connect the systems.
    The integration center for the monday/Salesforce integration.

  3. Set up the integration.

    A recipe is a programmed statement consisting of a trigger and an action, resulting in change to the system when certain actions are taken. Information can be pushed from to Salesforce or from Salesforce to
    You can set up data flow in both directions for a full and automatic two-way sync.
    Set up the data flow in both directions for a full and automatic two-way sync.

  4. Connect to your Salesforce account.

    After picking a recipe, you need to connect to your account. Note that an integration package has to be installed on your Salesforce account. It can only be installed by a Salesforce team member with the “API Enabled” permission level, such as a System Administrator.Connecting to Salesforce.

    Install the integration package. Enter a subdomain from under the account tab in Salesforce, then connect to allow access. After the package has been installed and verified, the integration with a board can be created by any team member with this same permission level granted by a System Administrator.

  5. Choose an action and select data.

    You can configure the integration to fit your needs. Choose a dynamic action in one system and select the data you want to send from one app to the other. For example, you can set an action to send all converted sales leads to to track active accounts.Configure the integration to fit your needs.

  6. Click on “item” to map Salesforce fields to columns.

    Click on “item” to map Salesforce fields to columns.

  7. Set up two-way sync.

    Create a two-way sync, so that when data is being pulled from Salesforce into and pushed from into Salesforce, the data will match on both platforms. First choose an object to sync, such as a Lead, then map Salesforce fields to columns. When done, choose the Add to Board button to confirm the two-way sync set up.Add to Board button to confirm the two-way sync set up.

  8. Watch it in action!

    Here’s what happens when a new lead is created in Salesforce: A new corresponding and connected item will be created in your board.Creating a lead in Salesforce.

  9. Both platforms stay up to date with all changes.

    A new item is created in your board.

Ready to Integrate Salesforce With

Integrating Salesforce into creates limitless possibilities. From reducing communication difficulties across departments to providing insight into customer priorities and helping manage those relationships from first contact to repeat client, it’s a win-win for the business and the sales group that helps build the business.

Organizations armed with this dual approach can take a more customized approach to planning, goal-setting, and keeping on top of every aspect of running a successful and profitable business. Organizations look to include integrations when they need to enhance the quality and improve the productivity of operations.

Integrating with Salesforce can help organizations get the best out of both tools. They serve as the source of truth for their respective domains. This can be achieved in house or by hiring experts from to plan, execute, and train on the new dual functionality. There are a lot of third-party services that specialize in implementing and integrating applications and charge to use their templates to make this happen, but they are not needed.

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