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Sync Stripe data to Sourcetable


Stripe is an online payment processing platform that businesses can use to accept payments, send payouts, and manage their businesses online via a suite of APIs (application programming interfaces).

Sync Stripe data to Sourcetable

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Find out how to make the most of your Stripe payment processing data with Sourcetable

Sourcetable Benefits

Data & analytics

Up-to-date, reliable metrics can make all the difference for business owners looking to gauge their performance over time, and make improvements to guarantee customer retention. Sourcetable is an ideal tool for assessing key data from Stripe and other platforms in one simple, accessible spreadsheet โ€“ allowing users to analyze Stripe payments history, build MRR and ARR reports and understand churn of paying users at a glance.


Syncing your Stripe data to Sourcetable keeps it centralized and accessible, with no code required. Everyone on your team will be able to track your websiteโ€™s performance quickly and easily, without having to learn SQL.

All your business data in one place

Sourcetable intuitively brings together key data from over 35 different platforms and databases, including Stripe. This allows product, marketing and finance teams to navigate their metrics and gauge their ongoing performance at a glance, informing next steps while saving time for what matters most โ€“ selling your products.


Sourcetable comes with a full suite of visualization tools for your reporting needs. Bar charts, line graphs, burn charts, mapping, scatter plots, and more. Create visually striking dashboards to share with your team and focus on the metrics that matter.

Find out how to make the most of your Stripe payment processing data with Sourcetable

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Smart Templates

Use out of the box tried and tested templates in order to merge database and payments data, and improve data collaboration across your entire organization.

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Quick Analysis

Have your Stripe payments data analysed alongside other payment sources to access cross channel reports in the blink of an eye

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Ease Of use

Compile all your Stripe data into one spreadsheet so you can query it and find the business intelligence behind the numbers.

Who uses Stripe data in Sourcetable

๐Ÿ’ธ CFOs & Accountants

๐Ÿ“ˆ Marketing and Advertising professionals

๐Ÿ‘ท๐Ÿฟ Sales and Sales Ops folk

๐Ÿง“๐Ÿผ Founders

๐Ÿข Ecommerce businesses

Sample of the Stripe data that will be available
in your Sourcetable spreadsheets

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Account is a part of a ledger which is used to record a total monetary amount allocated against a specific use. It can be one of five basic types: asset, liability, revenue (income), expenses, or equity.


Address represents the geographical location of a user and is used to store an address


A bill is a transaction representing a transaction which requests for payment from third party for the goods being purchased


A line item in a bill representing a specific product/service


An association table which contains bill id and bill payment id


A payment transaction that a business owner receives from a vendor for the goods he sold


A line item in the bill


Budget tells you the amount you should spent on a customer or an account in a given time period


Contains all the associations of entities related to budget like department, account, customer, class, amount and budget date


Contains fields like name, description, taxable, unit price, purchase cost


Contains associations of bundle and item


Classes help in break down of different segments of the business so that they are not linked to a particluar client


A financial transaction representing a refund or credit of a service or goods


A line item in the card memo having description


Contains the information of credit memo, estimate line, description, amount, unit price, item, class, tax code and account


The currency in which the transactions take place. It contains name and id


The consumer who purchased the product or consumed a service.


Contains department name, it's parent department id, sub department, fully qualified name


A deposit is a transaction that records deposits of 2 types either a customer payment or a new direct deposit


A line item in the deposit record


An employee is a person working for a company.


A proposal given by a business to a customer stating the time and proposed price of a service or goods to be offered


A line item in the estimate record


Contains estimate id, item id, class id, unit price, quantity, tax code, service date, discount rate and amount


An association table which contains estimate id and invoice id


Contains estimate information and tax information


Invoice is a sales form which is given to a customer when he purchases a product or uses a service


A line item in the invoice record


Contains invoice information, invoice line, line num, description, amount, item, class, account, tax code, and discount details


Contains invoice id, payment, estimate, time activity, reimburse charge id, charge credit id and statement charge id


Contains invoice as well as tax information


Contains asset account id, income account id, expense account id, purchase cost, description and tax, level, name, sub item, taxable and unit price


Contains currency, exchange date, adjustment, doc number, total amount, total tax, tax code id, private note and sync token


A line item in the journal


A payment can be done against invoices or credit memos for a particular customer


A line item in payment object


Mode of payment to be done


A purchase is an expense made on account of purchasing something


A line item in the purchase


A request to purchase some goods is called a purchase order


A line item in the purchase order


An association table between the bill and purchase order


Contains the purchase, tax rate, percent based, and tax applicable details


Contains the purchase details and tax applicable details


Represents a refund that is given to a customer based on product he purchased


A line item in the receipt


Contains refund receipt, refund receipt line, line num, description, amount, item, class, account, tax code, and discount rates


Contains the details of refund receipt and tax applicable details


Similar to an invoice but for sales receipt payment received based on the sale of goods


A line item in the sales receipt


Contains sales receipt, sales receipt line item, item, class, account, tax code, discount details and amount as well description


Contains sales receipt information along with tax details applicable on it


Associated with tax rate and an agency on which that tax rate is applicable. The tax agency is responsible to collect the tax.


Used for tracking purpose of products, services and customers whether they are in category of taxable status or not


The rate that is applied to calculate tax liability


Contains tax rate, tax code, type and tax oder details


Represents the term under which a sale is made and is expressed in the form of days due after the goods are received.


Keeps a record of time worked by a employee or vendor


Represents a transaction which occurs where the funds have been moved between two accounts


Vendor is a supplier that supplies product


Represents the credit or refund given to a vendor for it's services or goods provided


A line item in the vendor credit

Sample companies

Online businesses integrating Stripe with Sourcetable have access to all relevant data on orders, purchases, skus, refunds, support tickets, signups.

  • Retail online stores

  • Retail offline stores

  • B2B Platforms

  • Software as a Service

    (SaaS) companies
  • B2C Marketplaces

  • Subscription services

What makes Sourcetable special?

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Connect, sync and query your Stripe data with data from 30+ other data sources, without code.

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Create views and workflow templates to drive decisions based on your Stripe payments histor

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Automate your Stripe data so you can focus on running your business as successfully as possible

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sync Stripe data to Sourcetable?
Sourcetable is currently in Closed Beta. Sign up to the Beta here to tell us a little about yourself and request information on how to sync your Stripe data.
How easy is it to visualize my Stripe data using Sourcetable?
Sourcetable comes with a full Visualization suite including charts, graphs, conditional formatting, pivot tables and everything you might need to create shareable reports.
What common integrations do people combine with Stripe
Sourcetable spreadsheets are designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, so anyone can view key performance metrics from Stripe - and other payment processing platforms such as Braintree and Recharge - at a glance, without prior knowledge of SQL or other data languages.
Can I combine Stripe and Segment data using Sourcetable?
Both integrations can be combined in Sourcetable to build reporting funnels, such as leads-to-paying-customers. The Stripe data you need for analytics gets loaded right next to your web and mobile usage data in Segment, so you can start exploring what drives revenue up or down and the lifetime value of customers. Learn more about our pricing options.