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5 Tips for Pushing Data From Your Warehouse to Zendesk

For decades, ETL (extract, transform, load) has been a mainstay of organizations’ data integration workflows, moving information from various sources to a centralized data warehouse. More recently, however, businesses have been shaking things up with reverse ETL, which flips the sources and targets by sending data from your warehouse to third-party systems like Zendesk.

Pushing Data to Zendesk From Your Warehouse

Data warehouses have made it easier for customers to store massive amounts of data. That information is useless, however, unless it is actionable. Making data actionable means employees can use the data for decision-making and improving the user experience. In this article, we’ll discuss reverse ETL, pushing data to Zendesk from your warehouse, and the value of this process.

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