Sleek and simple solution for mass Salesforce data imports/exports/updates
December 30, 2020

Sleek and simple solution for mass Salesforce data imports/exports/updates

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Dataloader.io

Dataloader.io is used by a handful of Salesforce admins in our company. It's not mandatory; more of a personal preference. I switch back and forth between that and the Data Loader application. It doesn't necessarily address any "problems," rather it makes us more productive in our day to day. Instead of manually inserting, updating, or deleting data, we turn to Dataloader.io to automate it.
  • Scheduled imports/exports
  • Updated user interface
  • Better/more intelligent field mapping
  • Offer more scheduled runs with free version
  • Increase number of records with free version
  • Free version gets the job done, but the next tier is rather expensive
  • Only using free version so 100% ROI
  • No negative impacts whatsoever since we use the free version
  • Improves productivity and efficiency since it cuts out manual work
I use Dataloader.io and the Data Loader app interchangeably. They are virtually the same thing. I've used the app more over the years but have slowly started using Dataloader.io on a daily basis. The UI and UX are a welcome change, and if I want to schedule a data load, I will always turn to Dataloader.io.

Do you think Dataloader.io delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Dataloader.io's feature set?

Yes

Did Dataloader.io live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Dataloader.io go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Dataloader.io again?

Yes

Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), DemandTools, Microsoft Teams
Dataloader.io and the Data Loader application are virtually the same thing, so it boils down to a personal preference. I started my Salesforce career using the application, so I didn't use Dataloader.io very much until recently. Dataloader.io is nice to use if you'd like an updated user interface and experience, as well as schedulable runs. Unless you want to pay for more functionality, I would suggest sticking with the Data Loader app for massive amounts of data.