Zoho CRM Automated Deals to Track Subscription Revenue Implementation – 2020

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This week’s implementation is brought to you by the CRM Zen show featuring Brett Martin & Tyler Colt.  Tyler shares this week a Zenatta Internal implementation applied to our own CRM.  We needed a way to track revenue through a subscription service inside the deal module inside our CRM.

Here are some keynotes from the video as we try to completely automate a subscription workflow through Zoho CRM and Zoho Subscriptions:

  • Automated creation of child Deals to track subscription revenue along with traditional Deal revenue, by a pressing a button in the parent Deal.
  • A Parent Deal is then created to represent the subscription, and hours the customer is entitled to in this subscription.
  • No revenue attributed to this parent Deal.
  • The script automatically creates a child Deal underneath parent Deal each month to attribute revenue evenly over the course of a subscription.
  • A script also updates hours on file for subscription each month.
  • Next step: automatic trigger of this script via subscription renewal that will involve automation using.

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