Stitch is an ETL tool for small businesses and developers. It boasts many integrations and quick data syncs, but does not provide a SQL workbench or built-in features for creating reports and dashboards. Users must rely entirely on Stitch’s integrated platforms to work with their data, which adds setup time and the learning curve necessary to master additional platforms.
Panoply is the easiest way to sync, store, and access all your business data. The platform combines a powerful data warehouse with code-free ETL, which results in quick and easy setup and minimal upkeep. Users can query data directly in Panoply or connect their preferred analytical notebook or BI tool.
Cloud-based collection and retention of data.
Pipelines that sync data between a source and a destination.
Automated structuring, cleaning, and standardization of raw data.
A tool that enables you to create SQL queries to analyze data.
How complicated the tool is to use.
How much and what types of support are provided.
Features that ensure data control and consistency.
Protocols that ensure data safety and adherence to industry standards; includes SOC 2, HIPAA, and GDPR.
Built-in integrations with top business intelligence tools.
Built-in integrations with top ETL tools.
Built-in integrations with cloud-based platforms that connect applications, systems, and technologies.
Ability to try the product prior to purchasing.
Stitch integrates with over 90 platforms and can quickly extract data from multiple sources and send them to their final destination. Efficient integrations are an essential feature for Stitch as it does not provide built-in capabilities to work with data so users must rely on other platforms for reporting.
Panoply provides built-in ETL integrations with dozens of data sources, including popular cloud APIs, databases, CRMs, advertising platforms, and file storage systems. Users can also pipe data in through partners like Stitch or Fivetran or pull in data via an S3 bucket. Once data is synced, users can query it via Panoply’s workbench or connect their favorite BI tool.
Stitch’s Standard pricing plan offers monthly rates based on how many millions of rows of data the user expects they will utilize. Users that value data security will need to upgrade to an Enterprise plan as this is not included in the Standard plan.
Panoply offers both monthly and annual plans starting as low as $200 per month. Its pricing model is simple and transparent: users pay for the number of data sources they use and the amount of data they store. There are no extra fees for adding users or the number of queries run, so cost is more predictable than with pay-by-the-hour or pay-by-the-row models.