Dataloader.io vs. Stitch from Talend

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Dataloader.io
Score 8.9 out of 10
N/A
Dataloader.io delivers a cloud based solution to import and export information from Salesforce.
$99
per month
Stitch from Talend
Score 7.9 out of 10
N/A
Stitch, or Stitch Data, now from Talend (acquired in late 2018) is an ETL tool for developers; the company was spun off from RJMetrics after that company's acquisition by Magento. Talend describes Stitch as a cloud-first, open source platform for rapidly moving data. It is available on a Free plan, and also a Standard and Enterprise plan which include more advanced features (e.g. an account manager, multiple data destinations, HIPAA compliance, advanced scheduling).N/A
Pricing
Dataloader.ioStitch from Talend
Editions & Modules
Professional
$99.00
per month
Enterprise
$299.00
per month
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Dataloader.ioStitch from Talend
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Community Pulse
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User Ratings
Dataloader.ioStitch from Talend
Likelihood to Recommend
7.2
(24 ratings)
6.0
(4 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
8.9
(5 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Usability
8.9
(8 ratings)
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(0 ratings)
Performance
8.0
(1 ratings)
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(0 ratings)
Support Rating
7.6
(8 ratings)
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(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
Dataloader.ioStitch from Talend
Likelihood to Recommend
Salesforce
Dataloader is an incredible asset for a large organization or an organization that has a robust Salesforce environment. Specifically, Dataloader has allowed our sales team to focus on driving sales while our operations team can load the data they need in a manner that allows for robust reporting and tracking on our sales process. Organizations with less robust Salesforce environments or Salesforce environments in which many people are expected to maintain their own information likely do not need Dataloader.
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Qlik
Stitch is very cheap and useful for small to medium size companies to ingest data from common apis/platforms in a quick and cheap way.
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Pros
Salesforce
  • Extracting Salesforce attachments in original file format! I do not know of a tool that can do this better, or more efficiently! This is a huge benefit to companies that would like to extract attachments from Salesforce for tasks like data migrations.
  • Cross-object data extract within one file. You can pull data from related objects as long as there is a populated lookup from the object you are extracting, to another object (Child or Parent).
  • UI is simple and requires very little to no training. Given the acquisition of Mulesoft by Salesforce, I would not be surprised if DataLoader.IO is rolled out as the new global data loading tool for Salesforce.
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Qlik
  • Easy integration with many sources
  • Extensible
  • Not as expensive as fivetran
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Cons
Salesforce
  • At the moment, I can't find a way to rename jobs. This would be useful to organize what was previously created hastily by techs in a rush.
  • A preview of the job, especially upserts, would take a great deal of stress away from some of us (especially those who are not so confident in their ETL practice).
  • A native vlookup equivalent may be a welcome addition.
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Qlik
  • Stitch is not good at replicating document stores like MongoDB to relational databases. To be fair, this is a difficult task. Stitch flattens the objects, but the result is unwieldy.
  • Stitch cannot replicate the same source to multiple sinks, which is inconvenient if you want to replicate some of a datastore's tables to Redshift and others to Redshift Spectrum, for instance.
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Likelihood to Renew
Salesforce
It is easy to use and doesn't require a security token, so I enjoy using it. It also doesn't require any download or installation, which is sometimes a blocker to gettingthings done if the company has limits. also, the dataloader.io is easy for other people to pick up, so others can have visibility into the data jobs that have occurred
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Qlik
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Usability
Salesforce
It is an intuitive application to use. Within a few clicks, you can be signed in to your org and ready to perform tasks. Data imports/exports/updates are streamlined so you can quickly start and configure your jobs. These can run in the background while you set up new tasks. Job history and tasks currently running on are on your home screen.
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Qlik
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Performance
Salesforce
Dataloader is made for updating, inserting, and deleting of contacts. For these operations this tool is excellent.
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Qlik
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Support Rating
Salesforce
Customer support might be where Dataloader.io saves money. Most of the competitors offer 24/7 live support but Dataloader.io only offers support via email and the community. Those types of support work fine until you need an answer right away. Some questions can't wait until the next business day or business hours for a reply.
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Qlik
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Alternatives Considered
Salesforce
I have used salesforce inspector also for operations like import and export of data from custom objects but it doesn't work well when you have data in huge numbers. Instead of using Salesforce Inspector, one should go for Dataloader.io if the number of records is huge to be dealt with.
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Qlik
Stitch from Talend is way more cost effective and has a business model that better aligns with our company. From what I can tell Stitch from Talend has a better customer support platform as well and has been very easy to work with when issues have come up. They also seem less pushy when it comes to sales.
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Return on Investment
Salesforce
  • HUGE time saving. When we need to clean or review data, we used to have to do it line by line. This can do the work within excel and make cleanup/management an afternoons work as opposed to a week.
  • Rollback what you did/change/deleted is relatively simple if you remember to back up the data you are manipulating.
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Qlik
  • Good ROI in terms of being able to monitor cost performance from Google, Facebook, etc.
  • Easy to have Salesforce data and Intercom data for dashboards.
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