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New look, new integrations

January 16 · Issue #34 · View online
Have you visited the Stitch website recently? The familiar Stitch black and yellow look has evolved into a blue and green vibe that’s compatible with that of Talend, our parent company. The Stitch app got a similar facelift. We talk about the changes, and the reason behind them, in a recent blog post.

// Product updates
New integrations: Dark Sky, 3PL Central, Amazon DynamoDB
New Stitch integrations let you replicate data from Dark Sky, 3PL Central, and Amazon DynamoDB into your data warehouse.
New notification dismissal feature
Stitch users can now dismiss system error notifications. To do that, go to the Notifications tab on the app header and click Dismiss next to the notification you want to remove.
// Company update
Christal Bemont took over last week as Talend CEO, and we’re happy to welcome her to the company, along with new Chief Revenue Office Ann-Christel Graham and Chief Customer Officer Jamie Kiser. Outgoing CEO Mike Tuchen, who will remain on the company’s board of directors, introduces his successor and explains what the changes mean for customers in this blog post.
// From our blog
How good is Stitch support? Very, very good
The data tells a compelling story: In 2019, Stitch support handled 15,917 new inbound conversations, and we maintained a median first response time of 7 minutes and 10 seconds. 94% of customers who rated conversations graded our performance as good or great.
App-ocalypse now: How to master data integration in today's application ecosystem
If you’re pulling data from three or more business-critical applications, the economics of building your own ETL data pipeline don’t stack up. Using Stitch is a better approach.
Browse the Stitch blog, or subscribe to our blog RSS feed to see all of our posts.
// Customer story
Stitch customer LeagueSide is on a mission to make youth sports sponsorships easy and scalable, giving every kid the opportunity to play organized sports. They use Stitch to pull together data from Close, HubSpot, and a production system running on Heroku, and report on it using Metabase. “The Stitch ingestion solution has saved us a ton in terms of opportunity cost for the dev team,” LeagueSide says.
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