Integrate Zuora with Microsoft Azure SQL Database
Zuora is a subscription management tool that allows companies to manage every aspect of their subscription business and automate their customer lifecycles - all from a single platform. This allows businesses to keep up with fast-changing market strategies and maintain their ongoing subscriber relationships.
About Microsoft Azure SQL Database
Microsoft Azure is a public cloud computing service designed for building, testing, launching, and managing applications and services via Microsoft-managed data centers. Through its platform-as-a-service (PaaS), software-as-a-service (SaaS), and infrastructure-as-a-service (Iaas) offerings, Microsoft Azure integrates with a wide range of programming languages and tools. In addition to working with Microsoft’s proprietary software and systems, Azure is compatible with third-party solutions, including Linux. As an extremely popular cloud services platform, many businesses and enterprises have used Microsoft Azure to migrate their computer systems to the cloud and eliminate the costs and staff requirements needed to maintain physical onsite servers.
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Zuora's End Points
Zuora Payment Methods
Get details about any payments that were sent to Zuora accounting, including the payment date, amount, and any unique identifiers that are associated with it. This will help you create more detailed and accurate sales analytics.
Retrieve data about any accounts that you have in Zuora - bank accounts, CRM, ERP - including the account’s name, ID, type, and description. Then, integrate this data with other endpoints to track income and expense details for each account. This will provide you with a more comprehensive understanding of your company’s overall performance.
Automate even the most complex revenue processes and accurately account for all of your business costs in order to have comprehensive accounting and more accurate reporting, forecasting, and projections.
Track which clients are subscribed to which plans, as well as when they subscribed, when they canceled, and how many users they are subscribed with. This field also allows you to track charges associated with those subscriptions so that you can monitor the revenue that they generate.
Track all bank transactions that are captured by Zuora, including both payments that you have received and business expenses that you have paid. Then, use that data to gain a better understanding of your finances. Specifically, look at details gathered from those transactions - such as the bank account IDs, transaction dates, amounts paid, and type of transaction - to better understand your finances and see if any changes need to be made.
Microsoft Azure SQL Database's End Points
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