Sharing your data between systems is as easy as one two three.
Based on your integration needs, we set up a new account and enable the integration connectors needed to build the integration,
, plus others if needed.
If you require endpoints that is currently not available in SyncCloud, or if you require a new connector, we will, build modify existing, or build the new custom connector for you and add it to your account.
Integration implementation and launch
Before we build the integration, we will do a quick health check in your
instance and suggest any changes needed to make the integration work seamlessly.
Based on your requirements, our Data Integration Services Team builds your integration and launches it in an efficient and quick turnaround time. We work with your internal teams to ensure correct field mapping, data synchronization logic, integration frequency, and any custom requirements are met.
Based on your integration complexity, custom logic and any other specific requirements, the time to setup your specific integration can vary. We recommend starting simple and then add on more connections.
Continuous support throughout the lifecycle.
After the launch we will monitor the integration closely for two weeks, and after that we’ll hand over to continuous support. If you need any tweaks or simple changes, just reach out and ask and we’ll set it up for you.
For major changes or updates to your integration, we’ll scope the work together to minimize impact on your production systems.
Update Membership By ID: Updates the details of a list membership, specified by List Membership ID.
Get Membership By ID: Retrieves a list membership, specified by List Membership ID.
Update Membership By Prospect: Updates the details of a list membership, specified by List ID and Prospect ID.
Get Membership By Prospect: Retrieves a list membership, specified by List ID and Prospect ID.
Create Membership: Creates a new list membership.
Retrieve Lists: Lists all lists.
Get List: Gets a list, specified by List ID.
Create List: Creates a new list.
Update List: Updates an existing list, specified by List ID.
Get Prospect By Email: Retrieves a prospect, specified by email address.
Create Prospect: Creates a new prospect.
Get Prospect By ID: Retrieves a prospect, specified by Prospect ID.
Retrieve Prospects: Lists all prospects.
Update Prospect: Updates an existing prospect, specified by Prospect ID.
List Authenticated User's Organizations: List all the organizations for the specified user. This only lists organizations that your authorization allows you to operate on in some way
List User's Organizations: List public organization memberships for the specified user. This method only lists public memberships, regardless of authentication. If you need to fetch all of the organization memberships (public and private) for the authenticated user, use the List Authenticated Organizations method.
List Organizations Repositories: List all the repositories of an organization.
List Organizations Members: List all the members of an organization.
Repository Push: This webhook is fired when one or more commits are pushed to a repository branch or tag.
Get User's Repository Permissions: Get all permissions of a user in a repository. This method contains a true/false exit, where the true route is taken if the user is a member of the repository, while the false exit is taken if they are not.
List Repository Collaborators: List all collaborators of a repository.
List Repository Branches: List all branches of a repository.
List Public Events for Authenticated User: Display the public events for authenticated user.
List Public Events for Network: Display the public events for a network of repositories
List Events for Authenticated User: Display the events for the authenticated user.
List Public Events: Display the public event
List Public Events for Organization: Display the public events for an organization
List Organization Events for Authenticated User: Display the user's organization dashboard.
List New Events for Repo: Display the events for a repository since the last successful cycle run.
List Events for Repo: Display the events for a repository
List Events Received by Authenticated User: Display the events that have been received for the authenticated user.
List Events Received by User: Display the events that have been received for a user.
Create Issue: Creates an issue in a specified repository.
List New Issues/Pull Requests: List new Issues and Pull Requests from a repository created since the last run time.
List Issues/Requests: List all Issues and Pull Requests against a repository.
Close Issue: Changes the state of an issue to 'closed'.
List New/Updated Issues/Pull Requests: List new and updated issues from a repository since the last run time.
Update Issue: Update a specified issue.
Get Issue: Gets the details of the specified Issue,
List Updated Issues/Pull Requests: Gets a list of updated issues from a repository made since the last run time.
List Files & Folders: List the files and folders of a repository branch or folder.
List Root Files & Folders: List files folders of a repository.
List File Commit Dates: List Commit dates for file
Get File: Get a file.
Add Issue Comment: Adds a comment to a specified issue.
Looking for additional or custom integration methods?
We can customize the integration to work with any additional or custom methods, get in touch with our team to discuss your particular integration needs.
Secure Data Movement From Point A to B, In Weeks Not Months
We take GDPR seriously and design everything with security first.
Exelement's SyncCloud sends and receives requests from static IP address which you could whitelist in your system's API.
We always use SSL when customer systems connect to Exelement SyncCloud or third party APIs such that data is encrypted on the way in to and out of the Exelement SyncCloud application. Whilst in the Exelement SyncCloud application environment all data is encrypted.
Untangle your IT team
By building and running your system integrations on Exelement SyncCloud, you get to free up your IT team from building, managing and hosting your marketing and sales integrations. We know how busy internal IT teams can be, sometimes small marketing and sales projects would take forever to be delivered and get tangled with internal resources and skillset planning, DevOps and security limitations. Why tangle your IT team while you can launch your integrations faster and in isolation from your internal IT systems?
Physical Access Controls
Exelement's SyncCloud application runs in secure data centres operated by Amazon Web Services. Amazon Web Services policy in regards to Physical Access is as follows: Physical data centre access is granted only to approved employees and third parties. Such individuals who need data centre access must first apply for access and provide a valid business justification. These requests are granted based on the principle of least privilege, where requests must specify to which layer of the data centre the individual needs access, and are time-bound. Requests are reviewed and approved by authorized personnel, and access is revoked after the requested time expires. Once granted admittance, individuals are restricted to areas specified in their permissions.