Zoho Analytics offers an HTTP-based web API (REST API). This platform neutral API allows you to integrate real-time data changes from your applications or databases into Zoho Analytics. Zoho Analytics allows you to import data from local or hosted databases like MySQL, MS SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL etc. You can connect and import data from relational and NoSQL databases into Zoho Analytics.
You can load data from any of the following data sources. You can import multiple CSV files at a time, import a single CSV file to multiple related Zoho CRM objects, use powerful expressions for mapping, etc. zoho creator is highly flexible and helps you combine existing data from other external applications seamlessly. One of the unique features of Zoho Analytics is the ability to run SQL queries of ANY dialect on the data.
Zoho Analytics allows you to create multiple types of views - tabular view, chart view, dynamic view, summary view, etc. from the "New" button. So you can run SQL queries you are already familiar with on Zoho Analytics data to create custom tables or reports. Skyvia Connect allows you to share all or only a part of Zoho CRM tables and columns, provides data access control through your own user accounts and IP addresses, and performs detailed logging of all data access operations.
Zoho CRM is a cloud CRM developed by ZOHO Corporation, and it has features such as provisioning, inventory, etc. If you are on a paid plan for Zoho CRM, then it is advisable to use the new module entry trigger (snapshot). Loading data from relational databases You can extract data from a relational database and import the same into Zoho Analytics. Zoho Creator helps you gain greater control of your business processes, increase efficiency and save time with automated workflows.
Load data from NoSQL databases You can extract data from NoSQL databases and import the same into Zoho Analytics. Replicate data from Zoho CRM to a relational database with Skyvia and maintain this database in a real state.