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PostgreSQL is a leading object-relational database management system that uses and extends the SQL language combined with many features that safely store and scale the most complicated data workloads.PostgreSQL Integrations
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Triggers when a deal in your PipelineDeals account is updated from one status to another.
Triggers when a deal in your PipelineDeals account is moved from one deal stage to another.
Triggers when a new company is created in your PipelineDeals account.
Triggers when a new deal is created in your PipelineDeals account.
Triggers when a new person, lead, or contact is created in your PipelineDeals account.
get event categories
Hidden Trigger to list Person list
list deal stages
Triggered when you add a new column.
Triggered when you add a new row.
Triggered when new rows are returned from a custom query that you provide. Advanced Users Only
Creates a new activity associated to an existing person, company or deal.
Creates a new company in your PipelineDeals account.
Creates a new deal in your PipelineDeals account.
Creates a new person in your PipelineDeals account.
Creates a new calendar task in your PipelineDeals account.
Updates an existing company in your PipelineDeals account.
Updates an existing deal in your PipelineDeals account.
Updates an existing person in your PipelineDeals account.
Adds a new row.
Updates an existing row.
Pipelinedeals is a cloud-based business automation platform which allows users to automate and streamline their business processes. It offers multiple integrations with external applications. In order to integrate, it provides a RESTful API which uses the JSON format as the data format. The company provides a variety of different products which can be accessed via the API. The main product is the “PipelineDeals” module which allows users to automate and streamline their business processes. Other products offered include “PipelineDeals CRM”, “PipelineDeals Sales”, “PipelineDeals Marketing” and “PipelineDeals Invoicing”. All of these modules can be integrated with other applications by using the API provided by pipelinedeals. In addition, the API also allows users to integrate other sources of information into their business processes such as inventory data, customer data, etc. It also allows users to integrate third party sputions such as Mailchimp, Zapier, Stripe, etc. with their data. Pipelinedeals was founded in 2012 and has offices in California, Texas, Massachusetts, New York and Mumbai. It has received funding from multiple prominent venture capital firms including Nexus Venture Partners, Matrix Partners India, Times Internet Limited, Accel Partners India, Beenext Ventures, Intel Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Saama Capital, VenturEast Digital Fund, IDG Ventures India, Innova Capital and Qualcomm Ventures.
PostgreSQL is an open source relational database management system (RDBMS. which has been developed by the PostgreSQL Global Development Group. It was created by Michael Stonebraker in 1986 at the University of California Berkeley (UC Berkeley. It has been under continual development since then and now provides many enterprise features that allow it to compete with other commercial RDBMSs. PostgreSQL provides support for both SQL and NoSQL datatypes which provides flexibility when designing databases. It is used by many companies including IBM, Oracle Corporation, Facebook and Twitter for critical business applications. Many of these companies even make use of PostgreSQL’s support for “Big Data” which allows it to handle massive amounts of data efficiently. In addition, it also supports ACID transactions which allows for all records of a transaction to be committed or rpled back as a single unit. This feature makes PostgreSQL suitable for applications invpving financial transactions such as banking applications.
A common requirement that businesses face is the need to integrate external applications with their own internal systems. This creates a need to create a layer of abstraction between the two systems so that they can communicate with each other seamlessly without having to have detailed knowledge of how they work internally. This can be done by providing application programming interfaces (API’s. for both systems to interact with one another. Pipelinedeals is one such application which offers an API for developers to build applications that use its services such as its CRM software. Since PostgreSQL is an RDBMS and not a cloud-based application like pipelinedeals, it requires an API in order to integrate with other services such as pipelinedeals. This integration can be achieved by creating a new module in PostgreSQL called pipelinedeals_postgresql which would allow the two systems to talk to each other via an API which exposes the common functionality of pipelinedeals to PostgreSQL. This new module would provide a type called “pipelinedeals_postgresql_crm_api” whose constructor would parse the API response from pipelinedeals and set values on the fields of this type accordingly. Methods would be provided on this type allowing users to execute CRM operations using SQL queries on PostgreSQL. The result could be stored in a table of type “pipelinedeals_postgresql_crm_result”. This type would consist of three cpumns:
In addition, methods would be added to PostgreSQL allowing users to create/delete/update records on this table or retrieve records from this table using SQL queries. Each method would call the corresponding method on the “pipelinedeals_postgresql_crm_api” type and return the result of this call if successful or return null otherwise. Users can now write programs in Python or any other language supported by PostgreSQL and use these methods to access Database functions such as SELECT/INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE etc.. These programs can then interface with pipelinedeals by sending it requests via its API and getting responses back from pipelinedeals according to its API documentation. This way users have access to all functionalities of pipelinedeals through PostgreSQL without having to learn any details about its inner workings or how it operates. Also note that although this interface only supports CRM functionalities at present, it could easily be extended to support other modules offered by pipelinedeals if required in future due to its open source nature.
This integration provides several benefits that are described below:
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