Integrate Salesforce with cloud applications and relational databases via Skyvia. Load Salesforce leads, contacts, users, accounts, attachments, tasks, etc. directly between Salesforce and other data sources, and synchronize Salesforce with relational databases and cloud data sources.
Powerful mapping settings allow you to load and synchronize Salesforce data with sources having different data structure. You can schedule your integration operation to execute it automatically.
With Skyvia you can integrate Salesforce with:
Migrate Salesforce data to other cloud sources and vice versa in few clicks. With the predefined mapping templates you can configure the corresponding data import or synchronization operation in few seconds with no efforts! Absolutely no special knowledge needed for migration of Salesforce leads, contacts, users, accounts, attachments, tasks, etc. in Skyvia.
Use Skyvia to migrate between Salesforce and:
Import CSV files to Salesforce and export Salesforce data to CSV files to load them in Excel. Skyvia allows loading CSV files both from your computer and from various file storages. It can import several CSV files at once, import a single CSV file to several related Salesforce objects, use powerful expressions for mapping, etc. This makes Skyvia a perfect Salesforce data loader tool.
With our tool for import and export of CSV files from file storages, you can integrate your Salesforce data with any data source, not supported by our ETL solution directly.
Skyvia supports CSV file import and export from/to:
Azure File Storage
Replicate Salesforce data to a relational database with Skyvia and maintain this database in an actual state. Replication via our online service can be especially useful if you want to use data analysis and reporting tools for relational databases with your Salesforce data.
With Skyvia you can replicate your Salesforce data to:
Use power of SQL to manage Salesforce data via Skyvia Query tool. Skyvia provides Salesforce SQL editor that allows you to perform select, insert, update, and delete commands directly against Salesforce data. No need to study Salesforce API.