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October 16 · Issue #25 · View online
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//Product Updates
Become a beta tester for a new Stitch destination
We’re looking for beta testers for the Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse destination we’re building. Sign up here.
Upgraded Harvest integration and new Harvest Forecast integration
We’ve upgraded our Harvest integration to Harvest API V2 and added several new tables for replication.
We’ve also added a new integration for Harvest Forecast. While Harvest is about time tracking, the company’s Harvest Forecast product is designed for team time planning – scheduling teams across projects. Stitch’s new integration lets you replicate assignments, clients, milestones, projects, and people to your Stitch destination.
New integrations: Close.io and Campaign Monitor
Stitch’s new Close.io integration replicates activities, leads, tasks, users, and the raw event log from your Close.io account, while our new Campaign Monitor integration extracts lists, campaigns, and campaign activity for email marketing analyses.
Updated Bing Ads integration
Version 2.0 of our Bing Ads integration takes advantage of the latest Bing Ads API (v12) and includes several formatting and functional changes.

Visit the Stitch changelog for more details and links to documentation to help you get started with all of these data sources. And remember, you get seven days of free, unlimited replication from every new data source you add, so you can load historical data for a new integration without affecting your monthly quota.
// From our blog
What does a data scientist REALLY look like?
In this guest blog post, data scientist Genevieve Hayes gives us a portrait of data scientists today.
Tutorial: Using Google Data Studio with BigQuery and Stitch
How to use Stitch, Google BigQuery, and Google Data Studio to combine data from cloud applications with your internal databases for business intelligence.
How to replicate Google Sheets to your data warehouse
Got data in Google Sheets that you want to bring into your data warehouse? Here’s how to move it.
Meet the team: Account Executive Travis McKinney
Get to know savvy Stitch sales exec Travis McKinney.

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// From the community
Community member akmohr is looking for suggestions on how to build “'data products’ that live on their own and that other business users can interact with easily.“ What advice would you give him?

Join the community and be part of the conversation on questions like ”What data warehouse are you using?“
// Customer story
With growing data volumes and ever-increasing demands on their time, Spotluck wasn’t interested in spending days creating custom ETL scripts and spending more time maintaining them. Read about how Stitch helped the company replicate MongoDB data to a data warehouse quickly and without custom development work.

You can find more Stitch user stories on our Customers page. Want your company to be profiled in a future customer story? Tell us about how you use Stitch.
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