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Common Integrations with Eventbrite:
ERP Finance Create invoices and payments based on Eventbrite orders (e.g., FreshBooks, NetSuite, QuickBooks)
CRM Sync customers, contacts, purchases, and other key Eventbrite data (e.g., Accelo, Salesforce, Zoho)
Marketing Automate marketing campaigns for events (e.g., Act-On, HubSpot, MailChimp)
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