Exporting Project Leads from ConstructConnect

Mothernode CRM lets ConstructConnect customers conveniently receive or import information from their ConstructConnect Account into their leads and opportunities. You must be a ConstructConnect Insight Customer in order to use these features. For more information about ConstructConnect and their plans, contact a ConstructConnect representative.

This article addresses how to export project lead data from ConstructConnect.

To learn how to subsequently import ConstructConnect project leads into Mothernode CRM, please see the article ConstructConnect CRM Integration.

It’s possible to use a combination of both of the following options depending on your needs:

Option 1 – Using the ConstructConnect API

ConstructConnect Insight Customers whose subscription includes the API service will get the most benefit with their Mothernode Integration.

From ConstructConnect Insight:

  1. Create your desired search
  2. Upon saving the search, select the checkbox with the option CRM Export
  3. Any projects that have been updated in the last 24 hours AND any future projects that are added or updated will be automatically delivered to the FTP site and mapped into Mothernode

Option 2 – Manual Export

ConstructConnect Insight Customers can export their project data manually and subsequently import the XLS files into Mothernode, representing a more targeted approach.

After reviewing/pre-qualifying a project, mark the project for CRM Export, which can be done from one of two displays:

From the Project Leads list:

From the Project Record:

Please note that Option 1 above (Using the ConstructConnect API) includes projects on the list that have been updated in the last 24 hours. If you have a need for any historical data to be imported to Mothernode, please contact your ConstructConnect Rep to request an ad-hock report for a specified timed period.

Please see the article ConstructConnect CRM Integration for instructions on how to import the ConstructConnect leads into Mothernode CRM.

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