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The 50 Most Useful Salesforce Integrations

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Salesforce is the largest and most widely recognized CRM platform in the world. With more than 150,000 customers, it owns a whopping 20% share (or more) of the CRM market. And while users rave about its intuitive interface and processing power, one of the main reasons behind its success is its ability to integrate with other solutions. 

In fact, it’s more often integrated than not, with 58% of Salesforce customers having plans to integrate it with other tools. With that many customers doing that many Salesforce integrations, it can be tough to vett the best applications and add-ons. So don’t. Because we have done it for you.

Choose a few from this list of the most useful integrations to streamline your business and get even more out of Salesforce.

1. Zapier


Zapier is a connector tool. Put simply, it helps apps speak to each other, even if they don’t have a native connection. You can also use this integration to create trigger-based automations for your business.

Key features: 

  • Automated workflows
  • Multi-step “zaps” based on Salesforce events or objects
  • Integrate Salesforce with Toggl, PayPal, Infusionsoft, and more

Cost: $20/mo per company

2. Google Workspace


iEnterprises built this Google Workspace integration to make Salesforce work with Gmail and Google Calendar. This allows you to access everything you need without having to switch between your calendar, email, or CRM ever again.

Key features: 

  • 360-degree view of CRM data in Gmail
  • Attach emails or files to Salesforce leads within Gmail
  • Automatically sync your calendar to CRM contacts

Cost: Free

3. Slack


Salesforce liked Slack so much that they bought the company. This integration makes it possible for your team to receive updates via Slack any time there’s a new opportunity, lead, or update to records. 

Key features: 

  • Find all custom Salesforce objects within Slack
  • Notify your team about new leads or updated records
  • Link customer conversations in Slack to their record in Salesforce

Cost: Free

4. Appointiv


Appointiv makes it easy to book appointments through and in the cloud. With this integration, you can take all your Appointiv bookings and store them in Salesforce. This tool also lets you automate reminders and reduce no-shows.

Key features: 

  • Automatic reminders
  • Calendar sync
  • Customize with your logo and brand colors

Cost: $10/mo per user

5. Monday


As long as you have a paid Enterprise subscription with, you can use this Salesforce integration for free. Every time you create a new lead in Salesforce, this integration will add that lead as an item to your board.

Key features: 

  • Track leads
  • Manage sales processes in
  • Streamline customer relationship management

Cost: Free

6. LinkedIn


This integration from Ebsta is great if your sales team – like most – regularly sources leads from LinkedIn. With this integration, you can view Salesforce records as you browse LinkedIn, updating Salesforce data as you go. 

Key features: 

  • Receive an alert for existing records as you browse LinkedIn
  • Edit Salesforce records without leaving LinkedIn
  • Create Salesforce tasks and opportunities while you’re on LinkedIn

Cost: $30/mo per user

7. DocuSign


Don’t wait weeks for prospects to sign a contract. Speed up the entire contract experience with this simple Salesforce integration from DocuSign. It also includes a free 30-day trial.

Key features: 

  • Create and send signable contracts and  proposals to Salesforce leads
  • Automatically store agreements for each lead
  • Customize the signing process with automated triggers

Cost: $30/mo per user

8. HubSpot


Yes, HubSpot and Salesforce are technically competitors, but many businesses use both platforms. This integration saves time by removing the need to switch between the two CRMs, quickly syncing data across both platforms according to predetermined rules. 

Key features: 

  • Set up in minutes
  • Update and sync HubSpot and Salesforce at the same time
  • Segment both databases without exporting any data

Cost: Free

9. Microsoft 365

Although it isn’t an official integration from Microsoft, this integration from Q!365 (a German company) gives you all the powerful Salesforce integrations you could ever want. With just one click, you can share data between Salesforce and Teams, SharePoint, and Document Libraries. 

Key features: 

  • Search your entire Microsoft ecosystem quickly
  • Connect Salesforce with Teams
  • Use Salesforce Triggers and Flows within Microsoft

Cost: $3/mo per user (25 user minimum)



If you need to move, edit, or delete a lot of data in Salesforce on a regular basis, you know what a headache it can be. makes it possible to manage your Salesforce data 100% in the cloud in less time.

Key features: 

  • Secure import
  • Export and delete data quickly
  • Log in with Salesforce credentials

Cost: Free

11. Enabler4Excel Free


If you work in Excel all day, you know the challenges that come with switching between Excel and Salesforce. This integration from Xappex allows you to use your Salesforce data right within an Excel spreadsheet, with no exporting or formatting required. 

Key features: 

  • Refresh Salesforce data in Excel
  • Run Salesforce reports in Excel
  • Familiar Excel environment

Cost: Free

12. Mailchimp


Mailchimp allows you to get in touch with your customers, leads, employees, and more with powerful email tools. This Salesforce integration allows you to automate even more of your Mailchimp processes to save time and reduce repetitive data entry processes. 

Key features: 

  • Manage Mailchimp subscribers and Salesforce leads in one place
  • View Mailchimp data in Salesforce
  • Merge variables between Mailchimp and Salesforce

Cost: Free

13. Drive Connect


Appiphony created this clever Google Drive integration for Salesforce. If you frequently work in Google Docs, Google Sheets, or Google Slides, this integration is an affordable and simple way to access Drive files within Salesforce. 

Key features: 

  • Link Google Drive files in Salesforce
  • Generate Google Docs from Salesforce data
  • 14-day free trial

Cost: $16/mo per user

14. Tableau Online


Salesforce generates a dizzying amount of data for your organization. If you’re using Tableau to generate and manage your business analytics, this Salesforce integration allows you to connect the two platforms for easier use.

Key features: 

  • Log in to Tableau with Salesforce credentials
  • Single Sign-On
  • Centralized credential management

Cost: Free

15. eShopSync For Shopify


Webkul created this integration that connects Shopify to Salesforce, which is perfect for data-driven eCommerce brands. This extension makes inventory management a breeze – synchronizing opportunities, orders, and records between both Salesforce and Shopify.

Key features: 

  • Matching criteria
  • Multi-store functionality
  • Real-time sync

Cost: $15/mo per user

16. Celigo


Do you use a collection of apps to run your business? Use Celigo’s integration to connect Salesforce with ADP, Asana, Azure, and many other tools. This integration from Celigo also comes with a free 30-day trial.

Key features: 

  • Step-by-step wizard
  • Visual field mapping
  • Email alerts

Cost: Free

17. Troops


Troops tracks all of your fields in Salesforce, making note of any changes. From there, the software will notify your team via Slack or Microsoft Teams to take action. It’s an easy way to ensure your team quickly acts on new leads, opportunities, and more.

Key features: 

  • Real-time visibility
  • Custom fields, objects, roles, routing, and permissions
  • Codeless workflows

Cost: $19/mo per user

18. PunchOut2Go


This Salesforce integration makes it possible for your customers’ back-end ordering systems to work seamlessly with the Salesforce B2B Commerce Cloud. Sync authentication, orders, purchase orders, and other documents all within Salesforce. 

Key features: 

  • Receive purchase orders
  • Integrate cart data for ERP
  • Automatically create users

Cost: $10,000/year per company

19. Easy API

Easy API is a drag-and-drop builder that allows anyone to build custom workflows. With this integration, you can search, import, and visualize your Salesforce data without even leaving your account. 

Key features: 

  • Visualize data
  • No development skills required
  • Connect to hundreds of data sources

Cost: $500/mo per company

20. Procore


Databloom created this Salesforce integration to bring Procore and Salesforce into one dashboard. This allows you to cut down on the time required to enter data, removing the need for duplicate data entry with powerful data syncing. 

Key features: 

  • Configurable data mapping
  • Real-time integration
  • Create project data in Procore for Salesforce opportunities, accounts, contacts, and files

Cost: Free

21. Pardot


Pardot and Salesforce go together like peanut butter and jelly. With Pardot, you can create nurture programs with ease, automate most marketing tasks, and track every point of contact with every customer. 

Key features: 

  • CRM integration
  • Email marketing
  • Lead scoring

Cost: $1,250/mo per company

22. Dropbox


Are you sick of migrating between Dropbox and Salesforce to manage all your documents? This integration allows you to bring Dropbox content directly into Salesforce, saving time and hassle in the process. 

Key features: 

  • Edit docs in real-time
  • Manage document approvals in Salesforce
  • Internal and external collaboration

Cost: Free

23. Vidyard


Vidyard is a godsend in the age of digital selling. The tool allows your team to record their webcam, audio, and screen at the same time, which is perfect for recording demos, answering customer questions, and more.

Key features: 

  • Video analytics
  • Video selling
  • Pardot + Vidyard engagement data connection

Cost: $1,250/mo per company

24. Map Plotter


Where are your customers located? Map Plotter allows you to see your customers’ location within Salesforce, making it a breeze to map your sales reps’ routes for faster service. This free Salesforce integration makes it possible to quickly visualize where customers are in just a few clicks. 

Key features: 

  • Locate accounts, contacts, and leads on Google Maps
  • Create visual clusters
  • Map out travel routes

Cost: Free

25. SMS for SalesForce

89% of customers prefer texting over other channels when communicating with businesses. Give your customers what they want with this free SMS integration for Salesforce. With it, you can send either individual or bulk SMS messages through Salesforce, courtesy of UnionSoft. 

Key features: 

  • Map SMS messages to Salesforce records
  • Send SMS with workflow rules
  • Send texts to numbers stored in Salesforce

Cost: Free

26. Chili Piper


Chili Piper makes it easy to book meetings, distribute leads, and log that data in a CRM like Salesforce. Use this simple integration to update your Salesforce data in real-time with insights from Chili Piper.

Key features: 

  • Automatically create events in Salesforce 
  • Book meetings in one click within Salesforce
  • Record every interaction in Salesforce

Cost: Contact for a quote

27. Marketo


Adobe’s product, Marketo, gives you a lot of powerful automation tools for the buyer’s journey. This integration from HEVO allows you to sync Marketo’s behavior tracking, marketing campaigns, and data straight into Salesforce, automatically.

Key features: 

  • Daily syncing in 5-minute increments
  • Sales and marketing data in one place
  • Bidirectional syncs for leads, contacts, and campaigns

Cost: Contact for quote

28. LevelJump

Sales enablement is the key to boosting your revenue. With LevelJump, you can coach, train, and monitor your sales team’s progress. Use this integration to feed LevelJump data into Salesforce for a holistic sales enablement experience.

Key features: 

  • Milestone automation
  • Built with Salesforce
  • Revenue attribution

Cost: $45/mo per user

29. WordPress

If your website is hosted on WordPress, it’s a good idea to link your site to Salesforce. This free, native integration will seamlessly collect data from your WordPress website forms to create contacts, opportunities, and more—automatically.

Key features: 

  • Link your CMS and CRM
  • Display Salesforce data in WordPress
  • Collect website form data in Salesforce

Cost: Free

30. Zendesk


Customer support is one of the most effective ways to differentiate your business from competitors. But if Zendesk doesn’t talk to Salesforce, there’s a good chance your team could miss a customer ticket. Fortunately, this free integration makes it easy to see Zendesk tickets from within Salesforce. 

Key features: 

  • View Zendesk tickets in Salesforce
  • Create Zendesk tickets in Salesforce
  • Sync Salesforce accounts to Zendesk’s organizational data

Cost: Contact for quote

31. Outlook


This Salesforce integration from Revenue Grid is one of the most highly-rated Outlook integrations for Salesforce. Use it to customize your integrations with email capture, calendar event tracking, lead recording, and more. 

Key features: 

  • Allow prospects to choose times on your calendar
  • Data auto-capture
  • Calendar sync

Cost: $10/mo per user

32. SAP


Does your organization use SAP? Don’t keep the two systems separate: this Salesforce integration from GyanSys can replicate your SAP data within Salesforce to save your team valuable time. 

Key features: 

  • Customizable box mapping
  • Real-time SAP data replication in Salesforce
  • Built-in error logging

Cost: $4,000/mo per SAP instance

33. Airtable


As long as you have an Airtable Enterprise subscription, you can marry Airtable with Salesforce. Thanks to this integration from Airtable, you can sync Salesforce reports to Airtable so all of your data is in one place.

Key features: 

  • Bring information from Salesforce & other tools into one table
  • Set syncs to update manually or automatically
  • Uses the Salesforce Reports and Dashboards REST API

Cost: Free

34. Asana


Whether you’re a small business or enterprise, project management tools like Asana keep your teams on task and deliverables on time. This Salesforce integration from Asana allows Business or Enterprise subscribers to manage Asana tasks from within Salesforce. 

Key features: 

  • Auto-generate projects
  • Automate Asana task creation
  • Track Asana tasks in Salesforce opportunities

Cost: Free

35. Trello


Need help with project management? Trello’s Salesforce integration is another useful way to track your team’s to-dos without leaving Salesforce. You’ll need a subscription to Salesforce Performance, Enterprise, Unlimited, or Developer to use this integration. 

Key features: 

  • Add Salesforce data to your Trello cards
  • View your entire sales pipeline without leaving Trello
  • Real-time sync

Cost: Free

36. Pixlee


Around 79% of consumers say user-generated content has an impact on their purchasing decisions. With the Pixlee integration for Salesforce, you can convert customer images, videos, and reviews into marketing collateral.

Key features: 

  • Integrate social content with email templates
  • Turn customer photos into shoppable assets
  • Automate product display galleries

Cost: $600/mo per company

37. Typeform


Typeform’s forms are not only user-friendly, but they also help businesses collect more data from their customers, employees, and more. This Salesforce integration makes it quick and easy to sync Typeform data with Salesforce, too.

Key features: 

  • Send form responses to Salesforce
  • Segment your audience with Logic Jumps
  • Automatically route Typeform leads through Salesforce

Cost: $83/mo per user

38. MuleSoft


MuleSoft’s Salesforce integration allows you to connect multiple apps with one tool. There’s zero coding involved, allowing businesses of all sizes to enjoy the power of automation.

Key features: 

  • Connect with MuleSoft and Slack
  • Jump start Salesforce integration threefold
  • Integrate back-office applications like your ERP or POS with Salesforce

Cost: Contact for quote

39. GetFeedback


SurveyMonkey created this Salesforce integration to speed up the exchange of data between your GetFeedback forms and Salesforce. It’s designed specifically for increasing response rates, so if you need to ask your customers what they really think, this GetFeedback integration will give you crucial insights.  

Key features: 

  • Send automated surveys
  • Sync real-time data into Salesforce
  • Flexible data mapping

Cost: $799/mo per company

40. Valence Native Data Integration

As a data integration company, Valence allows developers to bring all their data into one place. Since it’s built within Salesforce, Valence Native Data integration is very easy to use. 

Key features: 

  • Powerful data integration for developers
  • No middleware 
  • Data configuration available within Salesforce

Cost: $15,000/year per company

41. Magento


PowerSync created this Salesforce integration, which allows Salesforce and Magento to talk to each other. This eliminates the need for manual entry, making it much easier to manage your Magento eCommerce data within Salesforce.

Key features: 

  • Automatic Magento and Salesforce real-time sync
  • Track lead conversion data
  • Merge duplicate records

Cost: $3,435/year per installation

42. Replication, Backup & Archiving for Salesforce


This integration from Avankia brings Salesforce data to Oracle, SQLServer, MySQL, Cassandra, Redshift, and more. This keeps your backups safe and secure within DBSync.

Key features: 

  • Replicate, archive, or backup data
  • Backup on cloud or on-premise
  • Data migration and data mining

Cost: Free

43. NetSuite


Use this two-way Salesforce integration from Breadwinner to get more visibility into your NetSuite and Salesforce data. View your business data in NetSuite and customer data in Salesforce with less confusion, enjoying a deeper configuration that saves time.

Key features: 

  • Create sales orders, invoices, and estimates in Salesforce
  • Pre-populate line items
  • Track invoice status within Salesforce

Cost: $12,000/year per company

44. Record-To-Web

Record-to-Web, an integration offered by Pursuitpower, allows your business to automatically share approved Salesforce data on your website. Best of all, this Salesforce integration works with a single click, allowing you to post job listings, new products, events, and more. 

Key features: 

  • Instantly publish Salesforce data on your website
  • No coding required
  • One click to publish

Cost: $995/year per company

45. Act-On


Act-On is a smart solution for automating your company’s marketing. With this Salesforce integration, you can seamlessly send interested leads from marketing to sales, breaking down silos as you go.

Key features: 

  • View all lead information without leaving Salesforce
  • Push marketing-qualified leads to sales automatically
  • Create tasks, assign owners, and convert leads in Salesforce

Cost: Contact for quote

46. ClearSlide


ClearSlide is a sales engagement platform that connects marketing and sales teams. But if you want to document or use this data in Salesforce, you’ll need to use this paid integration from ClearSlide. Use it to communicate across channels and get deeper, more contextual customer engagement data. 

Key features: 

  • Push all Salesforce data to ClearSlide
  • Log all ClearSlide activity in Salesforce
  • Map content to every step of the sales process

Cost: $35/mo per user

47. Zoho Forms


If your company uses Zoho to manage customer data or automate sales, you’ll likely need this Salesforce integration to keep all your data in the same place. Use Zoho Flow to integrate Salesforce with Zoho CRM—zero coding required.

Key features: 

  • Receive data in multiple formats
  • Execute based on an automated schedule
  • Set time delays

Cost: Contact for quote

48. Gong


Gong is a revenue intelligence platform that captures customer interactions. With this Salesforce integration, you can pair Gong’s phone, web conferencing, and email data to records in Salesforce for a more complete picture of your customers. 

Key features: 

  • Transcribe and index sales conversations
  • Automated workflows
  • Actionable alerts 

Cost: $1/mo per company

49. Talkdesk


Do you use a contact center to stay in touch with your customers? Don’t store your phone data separately from your CRM. Instead, use this Salesforce integration from Talkdesk to view all of your customer information within Salesforce. 

Key features: 

  • Pre-built and custom automation
  • Phone and SMS support within Salesforce
  • Real-time and historical reporting

Cost: $10/mo per user

50. QuickBooks


This Salesforce integration from Avankia marries QuickBooks Desktop with Salesforce. Sync all of your accounts, products, closed opportunities, invoices, estimates, and more between the two platforms. 

Key features: 

  • Pre-built field mapping
  • Automatic online updates
  • Run analytics on QuickBooks data from within Salesforce

Cost: Free

With more than 2,500 Salesforce integrations and apps to expand the platform’s capabilities, these 50 useful integrations just scratch the surface of the possibilities.  

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