LeadConduit simplifies the process of integrating your various sources of leads.
Advanced Posting Docs with Interactive Lead Posting Instructions
The LeadConduit posting docs provide everything your lead providers need, including an interactive interface modeled on the Flow, so your lead source can test ahead of time and be sure that their leads will post correctly.
LeadConduit makes it easy to set specific acceptance criteria for each of your lead providers. If a lead comes in that doesn’t match the rules you’ve laid out, it will be instantly rejected with a failure reason that informs the provider as to why the lead was not accepted. These criteria can be as simple or complex as you desire, providing full flexibility to match your business logic.
Standardized Data By Default
As soon as a lead enters LeadConduit, the platform standardizes the data, making it easy to act on that data and ensure consistency as it moves through the platform and ultimately to your systems.
LeadConduit’s reporting makes it easy to track detailed activity for every lead that enters the system. Whether you want to dig into an issue, reconcile with a partner at the end of the month or better understand the differences between your lead sources, LeadConduit has you covered. You can share reports directly with your partners so they can see real-time updates of the number of leads they have submitted and their status.
Inbound Field Mapping
Some lead sources don’t have the ability to post data exactly as you expect it. With inbound field mapping, you have the ability to map the fields they send to the ones you need within LeadConduit. For example, one vendor may send
fname and another
first-name – you can modify each lead source to ensure that those fields map to
first_name within the LeadConduit UI with a couple of clicks.
Real-time Server Response
Your partners receive a real-time server response for every lead submitted. This tells them whether the lead was a success or failure and gives them a unique ID for each lead. In the event of a failure, it provides the detailed reason. We have different format responses that the providers can choose from including JSON and XML