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Integrations

Why do we pull data from other software packages? Because entering statistics is universally the worst part of using statistics. Even we don’t like it!! So one of our ways of eliminating as much of the data entry as possible is to pull in your statistics automatically for you, saving you time and the potential mistakes involved in entering the numbers by hand. You don’t even have to remember. They system just handles it!

We have several integrations currently available to help you more fully utilize UseMyStats, as well as more in development all the time. If there’s an integration you would find helpful that you don’t see here, drop us a line and let us know what you’d like. If we’re not already working on it, we’ll add it to our list!

 

googleanalytics

Free

Google Analytics are used to track traffic on your website and can be integrated to help you track that information within your UseMyStats account.


qbdesktop

Basic

You can now integrate your QuickBooks with UseMyStats to better track statistics in one place.


qbonline

Basic

Even QuickBooks Online can be integrated with your UseMyStats account to simplify your stat keeping.


infusionsoft

Basic

This is a popular CRM (Client Relations Management) tool companies often use to track sales information and interactions with their clients.


dentrix

Premium

UseMyStats integrates with Dentrix, one of the most popular software packages for dentists. UseMyStats has a plugin that you can install to create and pull out your statistics without any more work on your end.  


sqlserver

Premium

If you have a custom database that uses Microsoft’s SqlServer, UseMyStats can pull your statistics directly out of the database on your schedule.


mysql

Premium

UseMyStats can also pull statistics directly from MySql databases, so you don’t have to do it by hand. Can be quite a time saver.


postgre

Premium

If you have a Postgre database, UseMyStats can be set up to regularly pull in your statistics automatically, eliminating the effort and potential mistakes involved in doing it manually.