Connect Thousands of Business Apps with DIDWW and Zapier Integration

By Greg Tavarez, TMCnet Editor  |  January 23, 2023

Enterprises can agree that it’s a priority to help their employees do their best work at all costs. This is done by giving them tools or having them attend meetings to succeed. And yet, enterprises forget that it takes time to use those tools to their fullest potential, which ends up lowering productivity instead.

Zapier, a web-based automation platform, acts as a translator between web APIs and provides easy access to thousands of apps like Salesforce CRM, Google (News - Alert) Sheets, Slack, Trello, WhatsApp, Telegram and Facebook Messenger. Zapier enables sophisticated and scalable interactions between tools and online services that would normally not communicate with one another.

With Zapier, customers automate recurring tasks and business processes, thereby saving time and increasing productivity.

Customers of DIDWW, a telecom operator that provides VoIP and SIP trunking services, now have access to Zapier. Zapier's integration with DIDWW's SMS and voice services offers customers new possibilities. This solution enables non-SMS apps to send and receive SMS text messages as well as automate workflows by allowing applications or CRMs to perform tasks based on inbound and outbound calls.

“The combination of DIDWW SMS and Voice services with Zapier's automation platform delivers a truly unique solution that adds unparalleled value to any company prioritizing its time and resources,” said Laura Pakamaniene, Business Development Manager at DIDWW.

DIDWW is a platform for telecommunication professionals with full self-service access and real-time provisioning and APIs that are necessary for achieving control over Voice and SMS services. DIDWW delivers services to thousands of operators worldwide through a private and geo-redundant network with reliability and guaranteed SLAs.

With Zapier, DIDWW customers can achieve sophisticated and multi-step automation with minimal resources.




Edited by Alex Passett