Salesforce Source integration with RudderStack
Send Customer Event Data from Salesforce to RudderStack Securely
You can set up Salesforce as a source on the RudderStack dashboard in no time. Once successfully configured, RudderStack automatically ingests your specified events data from Salesforce. You can then send the data to your data warehouse or other preferred third-party destinations supported by RudderStack.
By adding Salesforce as a source in the RudderStack dashboard, you can:
- Easily import all your historical data to your Salesforce data source.
- Synchronize with your Salesforce data source based on the schedule and run frequency.
- Securely ingest your customer event data and route it to your preferred destination platforms in the desired format.
- Replicate new and updated rows to your destination incrementally.
What you can do with Salesforce Source
Get a full view of your customers, including activity history, key contacts, customer communications, and internal account discussions
Obtain insights within Salesforce from different social media platforms, including Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter
Quickly find any required information, share it securely, and get notified if anything changes
Track your leads from the first click to close while optimizing your campaigns across different channels
Quickly design and automate business workflows using simple drag-and-drop features
Plan campaigns and territories to increase sales and marketing productivity with the latest, most accurate data
How to set up Salesforce Source Integration
It's simple to set up! Use our step-by-step guide for setting up Salesforce as a source in RudderStack.
How can we help you?
Is Salesforce CRM open source?
The Salesforce platform uses a bunch of open source tools. It is primarily written in Java and runs on Sun's JDK (which is open source). It also uses Java open source libraries (Guava, Gin, and Guice) during development. Salesforce also uses many Apache tools such as Apache Commons, Apache Lucene, Apache Solr, and more.
Why is Salesforce so popular?
There are many reasons for Salesforce's popularity that make it a preferable option among CRM platforms. Salesforce offers unique features such as contact management, workflow creation, opportunity tracking, various collaboration tools, customer engagement tools, and much more. It also provides businesses the ability to scale from the ground up using its powerful implementations. Also, its performance does not vary for large or small businesses.
Where is Salesforce data stored?
Salesforce customer data is stored on a primary database server with multiple active clusters for higher availability. It is also stored in highly redundant carrier-class disk storage and multiple data paths that ensure reliability, high availability, and performance.