Sync Twilio data to Sourcetable

Twilio

Twilio is an easy-to-use tool for developers to send and receive SMS, voice calls, verification codes and other communications, set up automated mailing lists and organize chatbots. The platform can be used to track key development metrics including Average Abandon Time, Average Handling Time and Maximum Queue Time.

Sync Twilio data to Sourcetable

Find out how to make the most of your Twilio data with Sourcetable

Sourcetable Benefits

Sync and cross-reference communications

Keeping communications organized can be challenging if your users and developers are spread across different time zones and dialling codes. Connecting Twilio with email lets you send and receive SMS messages directly from your inbox. Meanwhile, syncing Twilio to Sourcetable allows business owners to automatically send notifications for sales leads, form entries, and calendar events, giving your marketing and support teams the tools they need to create the best developer experience possible.

Accessibility

Syncing Twilio data and communications to Sourcetable allows users to compare developer engagement metrics with other key performance indicators quickly and easily, without having to learn SQL or other database languages, making key data available to all members of your team.

Auto-update your data

Sourcetable brings together key data from Twilio and other platforms quickly and intuitively, allowing users to automate processes and communications, and freeing up time to focus on other important aspects of their business.

Visualizations

Sourcetable’s full suite of visualization tools meets all your reporting needs and lets users create bar charts, line graphs, burn charts, mapping, scatter plots, and more, to share with their team and focus on the metrics that matter.

How to get the most of Twilio with Sourcetable

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Smart Templates

Use out-of-the-box, tried and tested templates in order to compile key metrics and enable flexible communications and development collaboration across your entire organisation

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Quick Analysis

Analyse your Twilio data and communications instantly in cross-channel reports that pull data from other platforms and services.

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Ease Of use

Compile all your developer engagement data into a spreadsheet so you can query it and find the key insights behind the numbers.

Who uses Twilio data in Sourcetable

📈 Marketing and Advertising professionals

👷🏿 Sales and Sales Ops folk

👨‍💻 Developers

🙋 Customer Support Professionals

🏢 Ecommerce businesses

Sample companies

Online businesses integrating Twilio with Sourcetable can quickly access all relevant data on developer engagement, feedback, chats and automatic communications sequences.

  • Software as a Service

    (SaaS) companies
  • Small to Medium

    sized businesses
  • B2B Platforms

  • B2C Marketplaces

What makes Sourcetable special?

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Interconnectivity

Connect, sync and query your Twilio communications with data from 30+ other sources, to inform decisions and improve business performance.

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Collaboration

Create workflow templates based on data from Twilio and other platforms, and share among colleagues, no coding knowledge required

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Automation

Automate your Twilio data and processes so you can focus on running your business as successfully as possible

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sync my Twilio 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 Twilio data.
How easy is it to visualize my Twilio data using Sourcetable?
Sourcetable spreadsheets are designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, so anyone can view key data from Twilio - and other customer support platforms such as Zendesk and Intercom - at a glance without SQL.
Can I use Sourcetable to query data from multiple project management platforms?
Yes. Sourcetable enables users to combine collaborative data from multiple platforms, so developers can better understand the relationships among available data, gaining new insights and identifying new opportunities.