Zuora to Amazon S3 in minutes
Zuora is a subscription billing and finance solution. The Stitch Zuora integration will ETL your Zuora data to Amazon S3 in minutes and keep it up to date without the headache of writing and maintaining ETL scripts.
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Here’s a sample of the raw Zuora data that Stitch will replicate to your analytics warehouse:
This table includes customer account information, including the account ID, customer's address, payment methods, terms, balance, and so on.
The Contact table contains information about an account's point of contact, including the account ID, address, name, phone number, and email.
The Invoice table includes the invoice ID, customer's account ID, adjustment amounts, invoice amount, pre-tax amount, balance, bill run ID, due date, one-time charge information, recurring charges, invoice date, payment amount, refund amount, posting information, source, status, and tax amount attributes.
The Payment table contains all the information related to customer payments, including the payment ID, account ID, accounting code, amount, application information, auth ID, effective date, gateway data, invoice data, payment method, settlement date, source, status, submission date, and type.
The Product table contains data about the products your company offers, including the product ID, category, description, effective start and end dates, SKU, and update information.
Refunds are transactions where money is returned to the customer. The Refund table records information about these transactions such as the refund ID, account ID, accounting code, amount, cancellation information, processing and settlement information, refund method, reason code, refund date, status, type, and update information.
Subscriptions are products or services with recurring charges - your Pipeline plan is a good example of this. The subscriptions table includes the subscription ID, account ID, renewal information, cancellation information, contract information, current term, term type, name, creation information, status, and version information.
Detailed documentation on how to start syncing Zuora data.
When it comes to replicating your data to Amazon S3, conventional ETL is no longer the only game in town.
Writing ETL code requires big investments of time, money, and expertise that might otherwise be used for innovation. Most importantly, newer approaches to data ingestion deliver faster implementation than traditional ETL, so you can produce data analytics and business intelligence more quickly.
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Stitch allowed us to set up a data pipeline within a day. It helped us avoid the hassle of building a data infrastructure team. The quick turnaround time allowed us to gather insights almost near real time.
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