About the Services
Stitch is a cloud-based ETL service that provides data integration software. It was founded in 2016 and offers more than 130 connectors for 1000+ of its customers. Companies use Stitch to automate the movement of data from SaaS applications and databases into data warehouses and data lakes so that they can be analyzed with BI tools. Stitchdata charges based on how much data customers are actually ingesting, providing volume-based pricing plans.
Jitterbit is an iPaas platform that offers automated pre-built data workflow templates between various data systems as well as a possibility to create new applications to streamline business processes. It was founded in 2003 and offers its customers 120+ integration templates with pre-built data flows.
Jitterbit provides services for more than 3,000 companies with its low-code integration solution. The platform suits for businesses of all sizes and charges its customers according to the number of connections.
Skyvia is a no-code cloud data integration platform which supports a big variety of data integration scenarios including ETL, ELT, Reverse ETL, bidirectional data sync, workflows automation, etc. It was created by Devart in 1997 to boost data-related performance: cloud data integration, backup and management.
Skyvia offers more than 140 ready-made data connectors for dozens of thousands of free users, including 1800+ paid customers. It's easy to use, offers drag-and-drop interface and suits business users and IT professionals as well. Skyvia has flexible pricing plans for each product, making it suitable for businesses of all sizes, from a small startup to an enterprise company. Also, Skyvia's freemium model allows users to try app features before deciding to complete purchase.
|Focus||Data ingestion, ELT.||Application integration.||Data ingestion, ELT, ETL, reverse ETL.|
|Skill level||No coding required.||Low-code solution.||No code wizard.|
|Sources||More than 130.||120+||140+|
|Destinations||All major data warehouses, lakes and databases.||All major enterprise applications, relational databases, flat files, XML, and SaaS/Cloud data.||Any supported data sources, including databases, data warehouses, cloud apps and flat files.|
|Database replication||Full table and incremental via change data capture.||Full table replication||Full table and incremental via change data capture.|
|Ability for customers to add new data sources||Yes, by request.||Yes, by using the Connector SDK.||Yes, by request.|
|G2 customer satisfaction||4.5 out of 5|
|4.6 out of 5|
|4.8 out of 5 |
|Peer Insights satisfaction||4.7|
|Developer tools||Stitch Connect API for integrating Stitch with other platforms.||Jitterbit's Harmony API is designed for building integrations with data, apps, or devices|
The Connector SDK is a Java library for developers to create custom connectors. The Connector SDK offers the most control over creating connectors, but requires a developer familiar with standard Java development practices and tools, such as Maven, Docker, Postman, and Git.
|REST connector for data sources that have REST API.|
|Advanced ETL capabilities||No||The Jitterbit Harmony Connector Builder provides a no-code interface to create standards-based HTTP/REST connectors.||Visual ETL data pipeline designer with data orchestration capabilities|
|Compliance and security certifications||HIPAA, GDPR||SOC1, SOC 2, ISO 27001, HIPAA, GDPR||HIPAA, GDPR, PCI DSS.|
|Purchase process||Self-service or sales. Also available from the AWS store.||Requires a conversation with sales.||Self-service or sales.|
|Vendor lock-in||Month to month or annual contracts.||All products require an annual contract.||Monthly or annual contracts.|
|Pricing||Volume-based pricing with new added or edited rows.||Subscription plan depends on the number of connectors.||Volume-based and feature-based pricing. Freemium model allows to start with a free plan.|
Stitchdata connects to more than 130 connectors, including most popular data warehouses and databases as destinations. Customers can contract with Stitch to have them build new sources for them, and anyone can add a new source to Stitch using Singer, their open-source toolkit for writing scripts that move data.
Jitterbit offers more than 120 pre-built data integration flows between various cloud and on-premise applications. They can be found within the marketplace with a catalog of Integration Recipes for one direction data integration and Process Templates, pre-built integration use cases that execute a specific business process using objects across multiple applications or systems. The platform offers a Connector Builder with no-code interface to create standards-based HTTP/REST connectors.
There's also a Connector SDK, Java library for developers to create custom connectors. The Connector SDK offers the most control over creating connectors, but requires a developer familiar with standard Java development practices and tools, such as Maven, Docker, Postman, and Git. However, Jitterbit allows HTTP for REST connectors created only with anonymous or basic authentication, as OAuth 2.0 isn't supported.
Skyvia offers more than 140 connectors and the number is rapidly growing. Among these connectors there are CRM, accounting, email marketing, e-commerce, human resources, marketing automation, payment processing, product management, all major databases and DWH, flat files, etc. Customers can also leave request for creating a new data connector and Skyvia will consider building it without additional payment.
Stitchdata only provides the transformations required for compatibility with the destination, such as translating data types or denesting data when relevant. Aside from this, no extra transformation feature is offered.
Stitchdata doesn't perform arbitrary transformations, it performs only the transformations required to ensure the loaded data is useful and compatible with your destination. The transformations Stitch performs are dependent on the destination you choose. These can include: data typing, JSON structures, object names, and timezones.
Jitterbit offers transformation as a project component that is used like a step in an operation to map or transform inputs to a resulting output by moving data, cleaning data, or applying business logic. Customers can also leave the data unchanged in case there's no need for transformation.
There are three display modes for accessing a transformation: mapping, script, and preview mode. Mapping and script modes provide tools for configuring the transformation, while preview mode provides tools for testing the transformation with sample data.
Skyvia is a full-featured ETL service that allows building data integrations with powerful transformations between multiple data sources. It is a no code solution with support for data splitting, complex expressions and formulas, lookups, and more.
Skyvia's Data Flow and Control Flow components can be used for building more advanced ETL data pipelines with support for multiple connectors and additional features like modifying the data, flowing through them, splitting flows of records into multiple outputs, or modifying data flow variables.
Stitchdata provides in-app and email chat support to all its customers (during its regional business hours), whereas the phone support is available only for Enterprise customers. Its documentation is comprehensive and is open source — anyone can contribute to it, however, Stitchdata doesn't provide any training services.
Jitterbit offers support depending on the client's subscription plan. It can be reached via the Jitterbit support portal or email. Support response depends on the subscription plan and can take up to 48 hours to get the answer. There's also a possibility to ask questions within Jitterbit community.
The platform also provides a library of assets and trainings within the Jitterbit University.
Skyvia offers free email, chat (on website or in app), and forum support for all customers. For paid customers there's also a phone support option. It also provides extensive documentation with lots of tutorials and user guides.
Stitchdata offers 14-day free trial. Pricing is based on the volume of rows and events replicated per month. Each Stitch plan is allotted a certain number of replicated rows per month. As a replicated row, the service counts a new row, an updated row, a sub-row or a copy of an existing row. In addition, access to some integrations depends on the type of plan you select, for example, Advanced and Premium plans come with row and destination add-ons. More details can be found here.
Jitterbit offers a free trial by request. Pricing depends on the number of connections, additional features, support and training levels. For example, the most popular version allows data integrations for no more than three applications.
Overall, Jitterbit provides its customers with three pricing plans: Standard, Professional, and Enterprise. It also offers discounts for nonprofit organizations and educational institutions.
Skyvia Data Integration is a freemium tool with an option to request a 14-day trial. Paid plans start from $19 per month. Pricing tiers (from Basic to Enterprise) vary by the number of successfully loaded records, frequency of scheduling and the inclusion of the advanced ETL features. There are no purchase commitments and customers are able to upgrade or downgrade at any time depending on their needs. A detailed comparison can be found here.