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Syncing vs. Integrating: Unlock the Full Potential of Your Revenue Tech Stack

In today’s digital landscape, businesses rely heavily on a diverse range of tools and systems to drive revenue and streamline operations. Native integration tools have become commonplace, allowing data to be synced between different systems. However, it’s important to understand that syncing alone falls short of providing the comprehensive solution that a true integration and automation tool can offer. 

We have conversations every day with partners, prospects, and customers, and this topic continues to surface – for good reason. So, why should businesses consider leveraging multi-point and multi-system integration tools to maximize the potential of their revenue tech stack instead of being limited by a syncing tool alone?

The Limitations of Syncing

Syncing, as the name suggests, primarily involves copying data from one system (Salesforce, Dynamics, NetSuite, etc.) to another (Marketo, HubSpot, Pardot, etc.). While syncing can be useful in certain scenarios, it often lacks the sophistication required for a seamless data flow. Here are two key limitations of relying solely on syncing:

  1. Insufficient Data Transformation and Orchestration: Syncing tools typically focus on data replication without actively transforming or orchestrating the data. This can lead to data inconsistencies, duplication, and outdated information across systems.

  2. Incomplete Ecosystem Integration: Syncing data between two systems is a one-to-one relationship, leaving out the rest of the applications within your revenue tech stack ecosystem. Modern businesses rely on a multitude of tools, such as sales enablement platforms, ERPs, data warehouses, and more. Neglecting these critical components prevents you from seeing a holistic view of your customer data and limits the potential for meaningful insights and informed decision-making.

The Power of Multi-Directional Integration

To overcome the limitations of syncing, businesses need to embrace multi-platform integration as a core component of their revenue tech stack strategy. Here are a few reasons why integration tools are essential for unlocking the full potential of your systems:

  1. Data Transformation and Orchestration: Multi-direction integration tools empower businesses to not only sync data but also transform, cleanse, and orchestrate it in real-time. This ensures that the right data is available to the right system at the right time. By leveraging these integration tools, you can maintain data integrity, enhance operational efficiency, and enable accurate reporting and analytics.

  2. Comprehensive Ecosystem Integration: Instead of limiting data flow between just two systems, multi-direction integration tools offer the ability to connect and synchronize data across your entire revenue tech stack ecosystem. This means seamless integration with sales enablement tools, ERPs, marketing automation platforms, data warehouses, and other applications critical to your business processes. The comprehensive view of customer data you get with multi-platform integration enables a more holistic approach to customer engagement and empowers teams to make data-driven decisions.

  3. Increased Efficiency and Productivity: Native sync tools often require manual intervention and are prone to errors. Multi-system integration tools have automatic, event-driven retries baked in, which reduces manual efforts and minimizes the risk of human error. This automation leads to increased efficiency, streamlined workflows, and improved overall productivity across departments.

Strategic Integrations for Data-Driven Success

While syncing plays a role in data management, it’s important to recognize that it falls short of what multi-point and multi-directional integration and automation tools can accomplish. To fully leverage the potential of your revenue tech stack and drive meaningful business outcomes, it is crucial to adopt an automation strategy that goes beyond simple data replication. 

Multi-system integration tools were built because a sync is simply not enough for mid-market and enterprise organizations. And, building integrations from scratch through your IT department is not scalable or cost effective. Multi-platform integration solutions enable data transformation, orchestration, cleansing, and comprehensive ecosystem integration, allowing businesses to extract valuable insights and achieve operational excellence.

By investing in full circle automation tools, you’ll be better equipped to create a seamless data flow, eliminate silos, maintain high data hygiene, and harness the power of your entire revenue tech stack ecosystem. Embrace multi-platform integration as the driving force behind your data strategy, and unlock new levels of efficiency, productivity, and success in today’s dynamic business landscape.

About Vertify

Vertify is a data integration and automation solution that connects all your platforms so everyone can access good data. It’s a savings center designed to maximize ROI and minimize waste. When you invest in solutions like Marketo, NetSuite, Dynamics, HubSpot, Salesforce, Zendesk, and Snowflake, you need to get the most out of those class-leading solutions. Vertify is built to help you get the most out of your investment. See how it works today by scheduling a demo with our team, and get ready to build a better revenue ecosystem.