Capturing Annual Renewal Contracts in Pipedrive

David Spear
David Spear Posts: 27
edited July 28 in Sales CRM #1

Has anyone figured out a clean way to capture annual renewal contract activity in pipedrive in a simple way, so the renewals that are won are added to the current year deals that are also won?  Once a deal or renewal deal is won, it triggers a new renewal deal to start being tracked for the coming year.

Thanks, Dave

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  • Inês Batata
    Inês Batata Admin Posts: 3,155 COMMUNITY MANAGER
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    edited June 13 #2

    Hi @David Spear !

    Have you tried out our new Recurring Revenue feature? You could then create an automation that duplicates the deal once the original one has been closed.

    Hope that helps, have a great week!

  • Julian Brewer
    Julian Brewer Posts: 1
    edited November 2020 #3

    Hi @David Spear !

    Have you tried out our new Recurring Revenue feature? You could then create an automation that duplicates the deal once the original one has been closed.

    Hope that helps, have a great week!

    Hi Ines, this sounds a good idea although i'm struggling to get this to work. Which type of automation do you use to duplicate the deal ...  'deal updated' or 'deal created'? And then 'duplicate existing deal'? 

  • Victor Vuillier
    Victor Vuillier Posts: 47
    edited March 2021 #4

    Interested to know more about this as I'm trying to automate to process of renewals.

  • Inês Batata
    Inês Batata Admin Posts: 3,155 COMMUNITY MANAGER
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    edited November 2020 #5

    Hi @David Spear !

    Have you tried out our new Recurring Revenue feature? You could then create an automation that duplicates the deal once the original one has been closed.

    Hope that helps, have a great week!

    Hi @Julian Brewer !  

    In this case it would be Deal Updated, as it's triggered by the deal being closed. 

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  • Weston Lemoine
    Weston Lemoine Posts: 1
    edited February 25 #6

    It appears this feature has been removed.

  • Inês Batata
    Inês Batata Admin Posts: 3,155 COMMUNITY MANAGER
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    edited February 2021 #7

    It appears this feature has been removed.

    Hi @Weston Lemoine !

    If you used to have the Recurring Revenue feature and can't access it now, please reach out to our Support team and they will help you. For urgent or technical issues Support is always the most adequate and quickest channel of communication. Thank you!

  • Paul Armstrong
    Paul Armstrong Posts: 4
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    edited June 13 #8

    Hi @David Spear !

    Have you tried out our new Recurring Revenue feature? You could then create an automation that duplicates the deal once the original one has been closed.

    Hope that helps, have a great week!

    Hi

    The subscription features certainly look relevant to what I am doing—yearly renewals. But before I go down the path of learning how to create workflows. Can you advise....

    If you have a Deal with a subscription - do you ever mark it as Won? I note that when I do (marke it as Won) the deal is closed, regardless of the future subscription dates. Do I need to create a workflow to create a subsequent deal for the remaining subscriptions? 

     

    Thank you!