Google Drive helps millions of users to keep files up-to-date and share them among work teams. Syncing Google Drive to Sourcetable allows users to combine the solution with inputs from other platforms and databases, making it even more powerful by automatically managing files so they’re right where you need them, whenever you need them.
Syncing Google Drive to Sourcetable allows users to send notifications, create and update documents, and share files without even opening Google Drive – making key data readily available to all members of your team, no matter their level of tech skills.
Share Google Drive files and notifications quickly and intuitively together with data from other platforms, freeing up time to focus on other important aspects of your business.
Sourcetable’s visualization tools cater to all your reporting needs. Create visually striking bar charts, line graphs, burn charts, mapping, scatter plots and more for sharing with your team, and highlighting the metrics that matter most.
Use out of the box tried and tested templates in order to cross-reference Google Drive files with other platforms, and increase collaboration across your entire organisation
Query, share and cross-reference your Google Drive files quickly and easily in intuitive cross-channel reports
Compile all your Google Drive data into a single spreadsheet, to identify key business insights and improve collaboration.
Online businesses integrating Google Drive with Sourcetable have access to all relevant data on collaborations, comments, files and ongoing projects.
Software as a Service(SaaS) companies
Retail online stores(eCommerce)
Google Drive + Facebook Ads
Google Drive + Sourcetable
Google Drive + Salesforce
Google Drive + Marketo + Segment
Use Sourcetable to sync and share your Google Drive files with 30+ other sources and platforms
Share files from Google Drive and other platforms among team members quickly and easily, no knowledge of SQL required
Automate your Google Drive files and notifications and free up time to focus on what matters most: selling your product