The big data revolution has passed. The challenge is no longer accumulating data, it’s making it accurate, available, and useful for marketing. Syncari frees you from the mess of variable APIs so your most important systems talk.Get a Demo
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Syncari users can select from a list of pre-built, best-in-class “synapse” connections. When plugged together, they just work. This includes apps for marketing, sales, support, payment processing, finance, and anything that involves an API.
Drive more leads, improve conversions, and increase deal velocity with a drag and drop builder for where data should go, what should happen, and which system should be the primary source of truth.
Well, maybe not completely. But you can say goodbye to the mind-numbing act of exporting CSV files to upload somewhere else. Syncari keeps your data clean and available in your most important systems.
Draw up personalized campaigns against hyper-specific segments in hours, not weeks. Rapidly deploy new data, test, and launch automations from almost any application, event, trigger, form, webhook, or API call. And roll it back quickly if it didn’t work.
Build your stack in real-time with sales, IT, product, success, finance, and more. Track version changes and unify your data schema once and for all.
Many organizations grapple with poor data quality, which has a profound impact on their ability to make accurate projections and meet customer needs. Until now, implementing a sustainable solution to the bad data problem has been elusive.
We had been working to normalize data between our NetSuite and HubSpot instances for about a year. Syncari was able to 1-click integrate with both systems and give me an end-to-end picture of my customer data without writing a single line of code.
We looked at other integration platforms but those tools wouldn’t do anything to help us with our real issues: schema management, data quality, and governance. This is awesome.