Two powerful tools, together

Integrate Segment and Tamr to turn your data into actionable insights.

About Segment

Segment is a customer data hub.

Stitch offers detailed documentation on how to sync all your Segment data today.

Stitch Segment Documentation

About Tamr

Tamr provides a data unification platform that uses machine learning supplemented by human expertise to unify and prepare data from different silos for data analytics.

Learn more about Tamr

Stitch makes it easy to get data into Tamr.

Follow these three steps:

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Connect Segment to Stitch

Quickly connect your Segment account to Stitch, choose your data, and replicate on a schedule you define.

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Send your data to the leading warehouses

Stitch delivers your data to the analytics warehouse of your choice. Don't have a warehouse yet? No problem. Stitch can provision one for you.

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Connect your warehouse to Tamr

In most cases, it's simply a matter of providing access credentials. Stitch helps you focus on analysis, not data consolidation.

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Expected Segment data

Here’s a sample of the raw Segment data that Stitch will replicate to your analytics warehouse:


This table records all user information.

Table name: identify


This table records all event information.

Table name: track


This table records page events, along with any information about page properties.

Table name: page


This table records screen events, along with any information about screen properties.

Table name: screen


This table records group information, including traits and all additional properties.

Table name: group

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Jumpstart your Segment analytics with reusable blocks

dbt packages can speed up your work

Once you replicate your Segment data with Stitch, you can use it in many ways. For example, you can use the data modeling and transformation tool dbt to prepare data for reporting, analytics, or machine learning applications.

Dbt has prebuilt packages for many Stitch data sources, including Segment. Here’s a look at code for modeling Segment data. This particular block of code quickly cleans your Segment data and categorizes your web page views.

View the source on GitHub →
                            {% macro segment_web_page_views() %}
    {{ adapter_macro('segment.segment_web_page_views') }}
{% endmacro %}
{% macro default__segment_web_page_views() %}
with source as (
    select * from {{var('segment_page_views_table')}}
renamed as (
        id as page_view_id,
        received_at as received_at_tstamp,
        sent_at as sent_at_tstamp,
        timestamp as tstamp,
        url as page_url,
        {{ dbt_utils.get_url_host('url') }} as page_url_host,
        path as page_url_path,
        title as page_title,
        search as page_url_query,
        {{ dbt_utils.get_url_host('referrer') }} as referrer_host,
        context_campaign_source as utm_source,
        context_campaign_medium as utm_medium,
        context_campaign_name as utm_campaign,
        context_campaign_term as utm_term,
        context_campaign_content as utm_content,
        {{ dbt_utils.get_url_parameter('url', 'gclid') }} as gclid,
        context_ip as ip,
        context_user_agent as user_agent,
            when lower(context_user_agent) like '%android%' then 'Android'
            else replace(
                {{ dbt_utils.split_part(dbt_utils.split_part('context_user_agent', "'('", 2), "' '", 1) }},
                ';', '')
        end as device
        {% if var('segment_pass_through_columns') != [] %}
        {{ var('segment_pass_through_columns') | join (", ")}}
        {% endif %}
    from source
final as (
            when device = 'iPhone' then 'iPhone'
            when device = 'Android' then 'Android'
            when device in ('iPad', 'iPod') then 'Tablet'
            when device in ('Windows', 'Macintosh', 'X11') then 'Desktop'
            else 'Uncategorized'
        end as device_category
    from renamed
select * from final
{% endmacro %}

Segment to your data warehouse in minutes

Stitch delivers all your data to the leading data lakes, warehouses, and storage platforms.

Stitch saves us a ton of time. Having a standard process to put the data in the warehouse and then feeding that data to a dashboard gives us more time to dig and uncover the story the data is telling us.

Kristen Allcorn

Data Analyst, NextAfter

Why our customers choose Stitch

Stitch is a simple, powerful ETL service built for developers. Stitch connects to your first-party data sources – from databases like MongoDB and MySQL, to SaaS tools like Salesforce and Zendesk – and replicates that data to your warehouse. With Stitch, developers can provision data for their internal users in minutes, not weeks.

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Stitch integrates with leading databases and SaaS products. No API maintenance, ever, while you maintain full control over replication behavior.