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MailChimp

MailChimp enables tens of thousands of small businesses to communicate effectively with their customers via email. MailChimp users can gain even greater efficiency by integrating MailChimp with their CRM and eCommerce systems, freeing time to work on other things. You can use the MailChimp connector to integrate MailChimp with CRM systems like Salesforce, SugarCRM and Microsoft Dynamics 365 as well as eCommerce systems like Magento and Shopify. The MailChimp connector, which is based on the CData driver for MailChimp, gives you access to MailChimp objects including Lists, ListMembers and Campaigns.

Use the MailChimp connector to:

  • Add CRM leads and contacts and eCommerce customers to MailChimp lists and campaigns
  • Attach activities to CRM leads and contacts from MailChimp behavior such as email opens
  • Schedule and send campaigns

Technical Benefits:

  • Create, read, update and delete operations
  • Supports Lists, ListMembers, Campaigns and many other objects in MailChimp
  • Support for custom fields
  • Native query for complex joins and filtering
  • Works with on-premise and cloud agents

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SendGrid

Tens of thousands of companies use SendGrid for email marketing, including newsletters, promotions, customer acquisition and retention. Integrating SendGrid with CRM systems like Dynamics 365 and Salesforce can make your email marketing efforts more efficient and easier to manage by automating manual steps in your business process. You can also integrate SendGrid with eCommerce platforms like Shopify and Magento.

Based on the CData driver for SendGrid, the SendGrid connector provides read and write access to SendGrid objects like Recipients, Lists and MarketingCampaigns.

Use the SendGrid connector to:

  • Create SendGrid recipients from new CRM leads and new ecommerce customers
  • Add and remove recipients to SendGrid lists and campaigns
  • Create lead and contact activities in CRM from SendGrid recipient behavior such as email opens

Technical benefits:

  • Create, read, update and delete operations
  • Supports Lists, MarketingCampaigns, Recipients, Schedules, Segments and UnsubscribeGroups in SendGrid
  • Support for custom fields
  • Works with on-premise and cloud agents

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WordPress

The WordPress Connector allows you to easily integrate your WordPress Users with any other systems within your organization, such as CRM, ERP, database, or text files. The connector includes these capabilities:

  • Expose WordPress users to create, read, update, and upsert
  • Expose custom user meta fields in WordPress making them accessible to the integration
  • Register new users in WordPress and set their password from an external system

Business Benefits:

With Scribe’s WordPress connector, build integrations with your WordPress Users to automate sales, marketing, and community engagement.

  • Automatically create new WordPress users from other business systems and processes, such as creating a new contact in CRM or submitting a form on HubSpot.
  • Synchronize customer, prospect, and user data between WordPress and your CRM, including Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Salesforce, NetSuite, and SugarCRM.
  • Engage with your WordPress User community by syncing users with your marketing automation system, including HubSpot, Marketo, Silverpop, and Pardot.

Technical Benefits:

  • Exposes the WordPress user entity including custom meta fields for create, read, update, and upsert.
  • Set or reset WordPress user passwords.
  • Support one-way and two-way integrations from WordPress Users to other business applications and data sources on the Scribe platform.

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Microsoft Active Directory

Companies of all sizes use Microsoft Active Directory to manage access to their computers and other network resources. Active Directory stores information about who has access to which resources.

Scribe has partnered with CData, which offers drivers with connectivity to many different applications. Based on the CData driver for Microsoft Active Directory, this connector provides read and write access to Active Directory. The connector supports dozens of Active Directory objects including Group, Organization, Person, Server and User as well as special operations like Change Password and Reset Password.

You can use the Scribe Connector for Microsoft Active Directory to:

  • Integrate Microsoft Active Directory with CRM
  • Update users and permissions in another system, including Scribe Online
  • Change or reset a user’s password on a Microsoft Windows network

Technical Benefits:

  • Authenticate via username and password
  • Perform special operations such as Change Password and Reset Password
  • Works with cloud and on-premise agents
  • Supports secure connections

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LDAP

The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) provides access to directories about people within corporations and other organizations. It allows enterprise IT departments to centralize information about people and permissions that many applications can use to determine who has access to what.

Scribe has partnered with CData, which offers drivers with connectivity to more than a hundred applications. This connector uses the CData driver for LDAP for read and write access to directories that use LDAP.

You can use the Scribe Connector for LDAP to:

  • Integrate LDAP directories with CRM
  • Use LDAP as a source to update users and permissions in another system, including Scribe Online
  • Change or reset a user’s password in an LDAP directory

Technical Benefits:

  • Authenticate via username and password
  • Access LDAP objects like Group, Person and User
  • Perform special operations such as Change Password and Reset Password
  • Works with cloud and on-premise agents
  • Supports LDAP versions 2 and 3
  • Supports secure connections

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NetSuite (CData)

Scribe has partnered with CData, which offers drivers with connectivity to many business applications. This connector gives you full access to the capabilities of the CData driver for NetSuite, including more than one hundred NetSuite CRM and ERP entities. Integrate NetSuite with CRM systems like Salesforce, Dynamics 365 and SugarCRM; marketing automation systems such as Marketo, Oracle Eloqua, and Pardot; or eCommerce platforms like Magento and Shopify.

Marketing automation to NetSuite possibilities:

  • Creating leads in NetSuite when you convert visitors on your website
  • Tracking activities such as email click-through and webinar attendance

CRM to NetSuite ERP integrations:

  • Sync customer address, phone and email details
  • Automate sales order processing
  • Make invoice data available to salespeople in your CRM

eCommerce to NetSuite options:

  • Sync inventory and product details from NetSuite to your storefront
  • Automatically move orders from your eCommerce platform to NetSuite for processing
  • Make shipping information from NetSuite visible to your customers in your web store

Technical Benefits:

  • Create, read, update and delete more than 100 entities in NetSuite
  • Batch create, update and delete operations for better performance
  • Support for custom objects and fields
  • Native query for complex joins and filtering
  • Works with on-premise and cloud agents

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Apache HBase

Apache HBase and other big data platforms address shortcomings of relational databases and the data warehouses built on them, raising the performance/price ratio and adding flexibility by allowing you to change the schema on existing table while preserving existing data. Enterprises and SaaS providers are adopting HBase for analytics, IoT data storage and as an efficient back-end for their applications.

Based on the CData driver for Apache HBase, Scribe’s HBase connector allows you to integrate HBase with Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics 365, NetSuite, Marketo, HubSpot, Oracle Eloqua and many other applications. If you use HBase to store data for an application you’ve developed, you can integrate that application in Scribe Online without building a custom connector.

You can use the Scribe Connector for Apache HBase to:

  • Access data for an application that uses Apache HBase as a data store
  • Automatically copy data from one or more business applications to Apache HBase for reporting
  • Migrate data from a data warehouse to Apache HBase

Technical Benefits:

  • Authentication based on username and password
  • Automatically discover tables, fields and data types
  • Query, create, update and delete data

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REST

Representational State Transfer (REST) is an architectural style that has become the dominant approach for constructing web APIs. REST consists of a set of guidelines or constraints. It is not a standard, which makes it difficult to say for sure whether an API is RESTful or not. Until recently there was no standard way to describe a RESTful API and therefore no standard way to connect to one. Connecting meant coding, but that has changed.

The OpenAPI Specification (aka Swagger 2.0) provides a uniform description of RESTful APIs that machines can read and understand. Scribe’s REST Connector reads an API definition in an OpenAPI Specification document to understand how to interact with a RESTful API, including authentication and discovery of metadata and operations.

If you use a cloud application that offers an OpenAPI Specification for its API, the REST Connector can connect directly to it without coding a custom connector. Simply import the OpenAPI Specification into the connection definition, and Scribe does the rest. That isn’t the only scenario, however.

As part of their digital transformation initiatives, many enterprises are adding a REST API layer on top of legacy applications using API Management tools. Most of these tools provide OpenAPI Specifications for the new APIs. This allows the REST Connector to interact with legacy applications. With Scribe Online, you can integrate legacy ERP, HR or other applications with cloud applications like Salesforce, Dynamics 365 and Marketo.

Even if the application you want to connect has no OpenAPI Specification, you can write your own for use with the REST Connector.

Technical Benefits:

  • Connect to RESTful APIs using an OpenAPI Specification
  • Authentication methods: none, basic, API key or OAuth 2.0 Client Credentials Grant
  • Supports standard REST operations: GET, POST, PUT and DELETE
  • Works with on-premise and cloud agents

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Google Analytics

Companies around the world use Google Analytics to understand their web traffic, from the number of visitors to how long people spend on the site and where they exit. Google provides a reporting environment in which to analyze the data, but in some cases, you want to copy your data out of Google Analytics to somewhere else. This connector allows you to do just that.

Scribe has partnered with CData, which offers drivers with connectivity to more than a hundred applications. This connector uses the CData driver for Google Analytics to get data about your websites and send it to a database or business application.

You can use the Scribe Connector for Google Analytics to:

  • Copy Google Analytics data to a Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle or PostgreSQL database and analyze it with tools like Microsoft Power BI or Tableau
  • Record goal completions from Google Analytics in a CRM system like Salesforce or Dynamics 365
  • Backup Google Analytics data to a database or text files

Technical Benefits:

  • Authenticate via OAuth
  • Query objects including AdWords, ecommerce, events, goal completions, traffic and more
  • Supports native query for joining tables and filtering query results

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Oracle Database

The Oracle Database connector enables you to integrate Oracle with your business applications. Connect Oracle to CRM systems like Dynamics 365, Salesforce and SugarCRM. Integrate with ERP systems like Dynamics, NetSuite and SAP. Sync with marketing automation systems like Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Oracle Eloqua and Marketo.

You can use the Oracle Database connector to:

  • Integrate applications that use an Oracle Database back end with CRM, ERP, or marketing automation apps
  • Replicate data from your Salesforce or Dynamics 365 CRM system to an Oracle Database for backup or analytics
  • Migrate data from an on-premise Oracle Database to the cloud

Technical Benefits:

  • Authentication based on username and password
  • Filter the list of tables when creating a connection
  • Automatically discover tables, fields and data types
  • Query, create, update and delete data
  • Native query allows you to write your own free-form query to join tables, restrict source field lists, or customize the WHERE clause
  • Process records in batches for higher performance
  • Scalar functions and nonquery

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PostgreSQL

Scribe has partnered with CData, which offers drivers with connectivity to more than a hundred applications. This connector uses the CData driver for PostgreSQL to integrate data stored in a PostgreSQL database with any of your business applications, including Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Pardot, HubSpot, Marketo, Oracle Eloqua and more.

You can use the Scribe Connector for PostgreSQL to:

  • Access data for an application that uses PostgreSQL as a data store
  • Automatically copy data from one or more business applications to PostgreSQL for reporting
  • Migrate data from an on-premise PostgreSQL database to the cloud

Technical Benefits:

  • Authentication based on username and password
  • Automatically discover tables, fields and data types
  • Query, create, update and delete data in a PostgreSQL database
  • Supports native SQL queries for flexibility in joining tables, filtering and many other capabilities

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ServiceNow

The ServiceNow connector allows you to connect your IT service management application to other business systems like Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics 365 to automate the flow of data.

Business Benefits:

  • Maintain a single incident database by integrating your front office systems with ServiceNow.
  • Easily track service requests and resolutions via automated data syncing between ServiceNow and your other systems.
  • Create work orders and tasks after winning an opportunity in CRM.

Technical Benefits:

  • Create, read, update and delete data in ServiceNow
  • Table Filter improves performance by including only objects you want to access
  • Support for custom objects
  • Works with on-premise and cloud agents

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XML

Many legacy systems lack an API and do not allow direct access to their databases. In most cases, integrating these systems with your other business systems involves working with Extensible Markup Language (XML). The Scribe Connector for XML enables you to read and write XML files in Scribe’s easy-to-use mapping environment.

Use Scribe XML connector to…

  • Integrate data from a legacy system that produces and/or consumes XML files
  • Migrate data from a legacy system into another database or application
  • Read XML documents from an outside source and send them into a target application such as Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics 365 or NetSuite
  • Get data from a source application like HubSpot or Marketo and translate it into XML documents that a legacy system can read

XML connections do not count toward the maximum number of connections allowed in your Integration Service tier.

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