Autopilot is a leading marketing automation tool that allows you to track and automate your customers’ entire product journey. By removing manual and repetitive tasks, you can stay close to your customers and offer them a unique experience through personalized messaging and marketing.
Through Autopilot, you can track and capture new leads from your website, mobile apps, or blogs. Once you get these leads, you can use Autopilot’s personalized and interactive messaging features to engage with them and convert them to your customers. Autopilot also allows you to automate important marketing tasks such as creating and assigning new leads, appointment booking tasks, following up with the leads, and more.
If boosting your conversion rate and driving sales is your ultimate goal, then Autopilot is the perfect marketing tool for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
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?
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.
RudderStack Autopilot Documentation
Refer to our step-by-step guide and start using Autopilot today