Integrating Web Services with Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets
The "Aha" Moment: How to Onboard an API Service and Get Active Users
Introducing Serverless Data Feeds
Share Data Without Sharing Credentials: Introducing Pipe-level Permissions
Just Binge-Listened to 95 SaaStr Podcasts, Here's What I Learned
Lessons from the Data Ecosystem: Part 2
What We've Learned from Exploring the Data Ecosystem: Part 1
We're Reinventing the Query Builder (Well, Kinda)
Talking With Data Journalists: 5 Takeaways from Our Summer Research Project
Data Journalism Survey Results: Crunching the Numbers
Thoughts on the Data Ecosystem
The Flex.io Blog
If you could have any data in your spreadsheet with a single click of the mouse, what would it be?
Data from your CRM system? Data enrichment capabilities from an API? A research list from Twitter? An on-demand, refreshable view of a corporate database? That master item file that your colleague keeps locked up in his own Excel spreadsheet?Read more
Since the recent launch of our Flex.io data feed API, onboarding has been top of mind. There have been gallons of ink spilled over the importance of SaaS onboarding, UserOnboard’s teardowns being one of the best.Read more
It’s been a busy season of coding for our team. But with frigid temperatures and snow falling, what better time to hunker down and work on a major product update?
After many long winter nights, we have a new version of Flex.io in the wild that’s loaded with goodies.Read more
Throughout the Flex.io journey, we’ve often used the phrase: “Data is a Team Sport.”
More often than not data processing requires some type of hand off between an ‘owner’ and a ‘user’. For instance, a business user might need an extract from an IT-supported system. Or a consultant may need a file that is owned by her customer.Read more
Who needs a #drinkwithharry?
Over the past few weeks, I tasked myself with listening to all ~32 hours of the SaaStr podcast, in preparation for the SaaStr Annual conference. Each show is an incredibly dense, 20-minute nugget on the business of SaaS. IMHO, it is totally and completely worthwhile to meander through twice-weekly.Read more