Connecting Your ACT! & XML Data
Whether you’re integrating ACT! with XML or moving data from one of these solutions to the other, getting your information where it needs to be is crucial. Use StarfishETL’s robust iPaaS to connect your data with speed and flexibility.
Secure Connections Between ACT! to XML
The iPaaS powering your ACT! and XML connection not only provides unrivaled scalability, but also offers strict security protocols to keep data safe as it moves across applications. StarfishETL applies two-fold data security between Amazon Web and our internal servers to maintain the highest levels of protected infrastructure. Strict data encryption practices and progressive security principles keep sensitive information secure at all times as it passes between ACT! and XML.
ACT! and XML Integration
Integrate ACT! and XML to boost your analytical power, align your teams, and create more omnichannel experiences across your business. StarfishETL makes the process seamless with a library of pre-configured maps at your fingertips and easy ways to customize your project. Check out the visual below to learn how a typical integration flows. Then, contact our team to request a quote on your ACT! and XML project.
Set up access to each system
Define processes & stages
Modify integration & add custom fields
Run initial data migration load
Ensure keys are matching between systems
About These Solutions
Act! is a CRM solution originally designed for manufacturers that prizes its integration of marketing automation technologies with sales management on a centralized, singular platform. Within the CRM itself, Act! enables automated emailing with tracking, sales pipeline management, and customer support data sync to improve customer experience and retention for growing your business.
An XML database specifies and stores data in an XML format so businesses using that format can archive data, metadata, and other digital resources. The acronym stands for eXtensible Markup Language. It is connected to other resources and used for retrieving data in XML format so it can be used elsewhere in an enterprise network. This document-oriented software falls into the category of NoSQL databases and can query, transform, export, and return data to a calling system.