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ClientFlow

Better client communication and approvals for agencies

ClientFlow

Better client communication and approvals for agencies

ClientFlow is a conversation and approvals platform for agencies to have more organized and transparent conversations with clients. Most client conversations are stuck in email between a PM and client, with no transparency across the internal team. ClientFlow keeps clients in email (without creating an account), and gives the power of shared conversations, on-the-record approval requests, email analytics, templated responses and more, to your team. If you want to stop losing conversations in email and start providing an excellent experience for your clients, checkout ClientFlow.

@gvinter gonna use third party API Integration?
We will, absolutely. Which ones would you be interested in?
@gvinter I am just curious about very basic tools for communication so far - skype, facebook chat or upwork, and others are being used for communications with prospectives. Or am I not just getting your idea how the service is operating?
@o_goncharenko Good question. ClientFlow is a communication tool primarily to be used during and between projects. It's async - so not a type of chat. It's a way of communicating with clients where your team has access to all the conversations, but your clients don't need to leave their email. Clients don't make users or passwords, so their participation in projects remains steady.

In terms of integrations, we're working on integrations with Slack, Asana, Trello, Harvest, Freshbooks, Hubstaff, Gmail etc.. to handle notifications, importing project tasks, invoices, projects, clients, and client contacts.
@gvinter how could I see its working demo?
@o_goncharenko I'd be happy to jump on Skype for a quick demo - https://calendly.com/clientflow/demo/
@gvinter couldn't find the time slot would suit me, because of different time zones I am looking to get opportunity to meet you before 11 a.m. EST. Would it be possible to sort it out somehow?
@o_goncharenko Totally! Email me - galen@clientflow.io

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