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New Responsys, Front, and Typeform integrations, Shopify and Stripe get updates

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January 22 · Issue #27 · View online
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//Product updates
Responsys enables marketing teams to manage and orchestrate all interactions with their customers across email, mobile, social, display, and the web. Stitch’s new Responsys integration extracts event data feeds, lists, audiences, and more.
Front lets you manage all of your communication channels – email, social media, chat, SMS – in one place, and helps your team collaborate around every message. Stitch’s new Front integration lets you extract team member statistics related to conversations, messages, reaction times, and more.
Typeform can help you build conversational forms, surveys, quizzes, and landing pages. Stitch’s new Typeform integration extracts questions, landings, and answers for the forms you care about the most. Choose the granularity you need by selecting an hourly or daily breakdown of your data.
We’ve released a new version of our Shopify integration, based on the Singer standard, that includes faster performance for large Shopify users. In addition, we’ve provided incremental replication for a couple of the tables and made some schema improvements
We also have a new version of our Stripe integration, also based on Singer. It makes three new tables available for replication, and, as with the Shopify integration, there are a few schema changes.
All of the new integrations feature extraction logs and table and field selection.

Visit the Stitch changelog for details on product changes and links to documentation to help you get started with new features. 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
Tutorial: Using Chartio with a data warehouse to deliver business analytics
A guide to the process of using Stitch to ETL data from multiple sources into a data warehouse, then reporting on it using Chartio.
The special challenges of data analytics with health care
Data analytics is a challenge for businesses in all industries, but the health care industry faces more challenges than most, in areas such as privacy and security, data retention, and data management.
An introduction to Talend's data integration tools
You’ve heard by now that Stitch became part of Talend late last year. That means we can now offer organizations a wide range of tools for virtually any data integration task.
Bytecode delivers custom integrations with Singer and Stitch
How Stitch implementation partner Bytecode IO built Singer taps to replicate data from SaaS platforms through Stitch to a data warehouse.

Browse the Stitch blog, or subscribe to our blog RSS feed to see all of our posts.
// Customer story
SaaS startup Crossbeam helps companies find overlapping customers and prospects so they can build partnerships. Building their platform required extracting data from third-party SaaS tools and databases, but writing that code wouldn’t contribute to the core value of the product. Instead, they turned to Stitch Connect, a toolkit that allows developers to incorporate data integration into their applications. Read more about how Stitch Connect helped Crossbeam accelerate its time to market.

You can learn more about how other companies use Stitch on our Customers page. We’re looking for more organizations to share their Stitch stories – tell us yours!
// From the community
A new thread in the Stitch community asks, “What conferences do you attend?” Have you participated in any professional events that helped you learn how to do your job better?
Join the community and be part of all the conversations about Stitch integrations and BI in general.
// We're hiring!
Stitch is looking to fill several open positions: software engineer, sales account executive, talent acquisition specialist, product manager, and technical support specialist. Come join us and enjoy coming to work every day.
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