DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - Sep 9, 2015) - Cloud Elements, a cloud API management and integration service, today announced the first bulk loading APIs to migrate data to multiple endpoints. Element Loader allows the import, export and synchronization of unlimited amounts of data through RESTful APIs for CRM and marketing automation applications.
Element Loader has a drag and drop user interface making it easier to map resources, upload data and synchronize on an on-going basis between cloud services. With the simple UI, developers can embed Element Loader within an app, enabling smooth authentication of end users, and providing direct access to Element Loader features.
Cloud Elements customer HubSpot was an early adopter of Element Loader. With a thriving user base and continually expanding product functionality, HubSpot was seeing massive amounts of customer data being loaded into its application on a daily basis. Recognizing the need for an easier and more elegant way for customers to upload data, HubSpot partnered with Cloud Elements to ensure that customers could freely move and synchronize data from existing cloud systems to HubSpot CRM.
"Migrating data has traditionally been a huge headache for anyone trying to complete the task," said Matt Schnitt, product manager, HubSpot. "By partnering with Cloud Elements, we're giving our customers the freedom to seamlessly move enormous amounts of data without having to pay a third party and configure it themselves."
"Data migration and on-going synchronization between SaaS applications and cloud services should not be a massive undertaking," said Mark Geene, CEO and co-founder, Cloud Elements. "By combining our multi-endpoint bulk loading APIs with our API Hubs, developers can simplify data migration and integration processes. One set of APIs enables the import, export and synchronization across broad categories of SaaS services of popular cloud services."
About Cloud Elements
Cloud Elements is a cloud API management and integration service that enables developers to publish, integrate, aggregate and manage all of their APIs through a unified platform. Using Cloud Elements, developers can quickly connect entire categories of cloud services (e.g., CRM, Documents, Finance) using uniform APIs or simply synchronize data between multiple cloud services (e.g. Salesforce, Zendesk and Quickbooks) using its innovative integration toolkit. Cloud Elements is headquartered in Denver, CO, but serves customers worldwide. More information about Cloud Elements can be found at www.cloud-elements.com.