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Autopilot integration with RudderStack

Use RudderStack to Send Event Data to Autopilot

Once you add Autopilot as a destination on the RudderStack CDP dashboard, RudderStack automatically collects your event data across various sources and routes them reliably to Autopilot in a format that it expects. With RudderStack, you can also track the status of the live events that are being sent to Autopilot through the Live Events tab on the dashboard.

By Adding Autopilot Support for RudderStack, you can:

  • Track, collect, and route data across various sources reliably to Autopilot
  • Ensure that the format of the event data is as per Autopilot’s requirements
  • Capture all the user actions along with their associated properties seamlessly
  • Skip all the custom coding to connect to various data sources, and avoid multiple configurations
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What you can do with Autopilot

Configuring Autopilot for your website manually can take some time and effort. As Autopilot is powered mostly by its JavaScript library, you need to install the snippet throughout your website for it to work. You will also need to write custom code for each data source from which you want to send data to the Autopilot API directly.

You can easily overcome these challenges by integrating RudderStack with Autopilot.

Track your customers’ overall product journey

Capture new leads from your website or app, and nurture them through personalized messaging

Design effective marketing campaigns to boost your conversion rate and drive sales

Build a solid brand and reduce the churn rate by building a solid customer base

Automate important but repetitive tasks and integrate Autopilot with dozens of third-party marketing tools

How to set up Autopilot Integration

It’s very easy! Use our step-by-step guide to set up Autopilot as a destination in RudderStack, and get started in no time at all.

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FAQ

How can we help you?

What is Autopilot used for?

Autopilot is a ecommerce automation tool that enables marketing and customer-focused teams to build better customer experiences.

Is it hard to set up Autopilot?

Difficulty can vary based on your existing technology and the complexity of your processes. Many users choose to simplify implementation by sending data through secure ecommerce automation integration tools like RudderStack.

How much does it cost to integrate Autopilot with RudderStack?

Pricing for Autopilot can vary depending on your use case and data volume. RudderStack offers transparent, volume-based event pricing. See RudderStack's pricing.

What’s the difference between CRM and Marketing Automation Platform like Autopilot?

The key difference between CRM platforms and marketing automation platforms is the domain they target. A CRM platform is mainly focused on boosting sales, and managing all the interactions and prospective leads as well as customers of your company. On the other hand, a marketing automation platform such as Autopilot is focused on optimizing the marketing tasks of a business, mainly streamlining, automating, and measuring marketing tasks and workflows.

Does Autopilot integrate with Zapier?

Yes, you can integrate Zapier with Autopilot, and instantly connect Autopilot with over 2000 apps to automate your marketing workflow and boost your overall productivity. Some of these apps include Mailchimp, Shopify, Google Sheets, Pipedrive, and more.

Who uses Autopilot?

Over 3500 companies use Autopilot currently. Some of the popular ones include Microsoft, Atlassian, Patreon, as well as many eCommerce and SaaS platforms.

What are Autopilot Journeys?

In Autopilot, journeys refer to the path or the workflow that your contact or lead flows through. These journeys consist of triggers, actions, and conditions. Triggers depict the start of a customer or a lead’s product journey. Actions correspond to the actions of the customer, such as page viewed or email sent. Conditions check whether the contact meets specific criteria.

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