All our plans come with your own secure, managed database - hosted in SQL Azure. No need to bring in your network or admin team - just get straight into your reports.
Want to bring your own database? We support that too.
Access your data from your existing reporting tool, or use our Insights platform to build reports & dashboards from within SyncHub itself.
Read more about Insights on our blog.
Whether its data-separation, IP-whitelisting, encryption or multi-factor authentication - we consider security first & foremost in every decision we make.
Read our blog post to find out how.
Who are we to tell you the reports you need? Only you know your business, and only you can ask the questions of your data. SyncHub provides raw data from your cloud services, so you can build the reports you need.
Read our blog post to see why tools like SyncHub are not just a luxury, they are a necessity.
The SyncHub app gives you complete control over your data. Disable the endpoints you don't need, or modify the sync frequency for high-priority data points.
SyncHub doesn’t just keep your reports updated with your latest data, it goes back and collects all your historical data too. In fact, from your dashboard you can select exactly how far back SyncHub will go for each data table.
SyncHub offers you the ability to add multiple users to the same account. And with admin-only permissions settings, you choose who can do what – giving you complete control over how your data is accessed.
Whether you want your data refreshed once a month or once a minute, SyncHub gets it done. You can even specify different frequencies for different data tables, so your data is updated exactly when you need it to be.
We don’t like black boxes at SyncHub - they obfuscate the service that we are offering, and make it harder for people to understand exactly what is happening to their data. We figure most of our customers are like us, and like to know how things work - not just trust the black box and take the output for granted.
So, we built our API Explorer...
If something changes at the data source – such as your cloud service's API offering new data or its server going temporarily offline – you can easily resolve it using Segments. This allows you to select a precise time period to re-sync, while still ensuring your reports stay up to date with your latest data.