About Stitch

Stitch is an extract, transform, and load (ETL) solution that can rapidly move data from various sources into a data warehouse. This solution is suitable for data analytics teams in sales, marketing, and product intelligence. It is designed to simplify complex data migrations and does not require coding skills. With Stitch, organizations can spend list time managing data pipelines and gain quicker access to analysis-ready data.

Stitch provides enterprise-grade security that allows organizations to remain compliant while securing, analyzing, and governing data. Its extensibility and Stitch Import API enables teams to integrate with thousands of SaaS tools and sources on the market. Additionally, Stitch offers orchestration features for full data control and vis...

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November 2020


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Company Size: 51-200 employees

Time Used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra



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November 2020

Perfect tool to integrate with your data sources!

So far so good! Not everything is perfect but it's pretty close. It needs very little attention once it's running.


Extremely simple to have it up and running! UI is simple and does the job. In just a few clicks you can have your integration(s) defined. They keep on adding new integrations (it would be nice to be a bit more aware of it though, I don't receive any emails about that).


Hard to find something to say so I'll have to be picky. When selecting the tables to add, usually not all fields for the table are selected (only the keys). It would be nice to be able to change this default behaviour to have all fields selected instead of only the key. Also, it would be nice to be able to select all the tables you want directly without having to drill down back and forth into the selection of fields for each table. Another thing I can think of is that the support seems to be located mostly (only?) in the west coast of US which could be annoying for customers located a few time zones away as the support window is not too big.

Reasons for Switching to Stitch

Simply a better product overall with not a huge price difference. Initial product was not