About Dataddo
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About Dataddo

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About Dataddo

Dataddo is a cloud-based, no-code data integration and management platform that works with almost any online data service. The Dataddo app can transform and transfer data to a wide range of databases, DWH solutions, cloud storages and dashboards.

What Does 'Dataddo' Mean?

Dataddo (pronunciation [dā'tədu]) is a portmanteau word that blends 'data' and 'Addo' (from Latin meaning add, insert, bring/attach to).

Key Features

  • Out-of-the-box no-code connectors to many different cloud-based services such as Salesforce, Hubspot, Google Analytics, Xero, Gusto, and others.
  • Automatic data synchronization between the data sources and a wide range of data storage.
  • Integrated persistence layer for lightweight cases without the need for the data warehouse.
  • Ability to quickly provision a custom connector.
  • Centralized pipeline management and proactive monitoring.
  • Data quality checks
    • Avoiding duplicities
    • Anomalies detection
    • Time series gap detection
  • No-code data blending and transformations
  • Direct connections with popular BI apps (e.g. PowerBI, Tableau, Google Data Studio) without the need of provisioning data warehouse.

Basic Components

Say goodbye to repetitive and time-consuming data handling routines.

Sources

Basics

When 3rd party services are connected to Dataddo and a dataset definition is set, it is referred to as a source. Most marketing data sources like Facebook Ads, Google Analytics, and others only require one source for each account or page. Depending on your data requirements, other services may require multiple connections in order to provide all of the desired data pertaining to a specific account.

Synchronization

Advanced operations for working with sources within Dataddo. Easily configure automatic data extraction from your Google Analytics, Facebook, or Instagram and operate all your sources from one place.

Third-Party Account Authorization

When you want to connect 3rd party account like Salesforce, Hubspot, Google BigQuery, or any other, it is necessary to authorize it before you connect within Dataddo. It takes just a few seconds and it is within a few clicks. On the left side control panel go to Settings and then click on the field Connected accounts. Here you can choose the service you need to authorize.

External Storages

Dataddo can deliver your data to any location and easily connect various data storage technologies such as Google Big Query, SQL-based databases, AWS Redshift, or even SFTP servers. You can manage all the connections with our easy-to-use interface.

Data Flow - Delivery to Data Storages

The Data Flow is a central part of the Dataddo system which orchestrates all the integrations. You can easily configure the Data flow to connect your data to your storage solution.

End-To-End Integration - Any Analytics Data to Klipfolio

It's easy to configure the integration between your various sources and your Klipfolio Dashboards using Dataddo. You can use the Google Analytics connector, Facebook, Instagram, or any connectors that you’d like. Need to orchestrate data from multiple data sources into a single report or prep your data for visualization? No problem with Dataddo.

End-To-End Integration - Any Analytics Data to Tableau

Connect any online or cloud data source you need and bring more data to Tableau. Our Tableau connector allows you to deliver data from many services like Google Analytics, Facebook, Instagram, or even your proprietary CRM. Need to orchestrate data from multiple data sources into a single report or prep your data for visualization? No problem with Dataddo.

End-to-end integration - Any analytics data to Zoho Analytics

Connect any online or cloud data source you need and bring more data to Zoho Analytics. Our Zoho Analytics connector allows you to deliver data from many services like Google Analytics, Facebook, Instagram, or your proprietary CRM. You can extract, prep, and send any data to Zoho Analytics automatically at set intervals without writing a single line of code.


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