Fountain saves dozens of hours a week across multiple engineers — time it now invests in data exploration and project development.
Before Fivetran, Fountain had no internal reporting system and no centralized location for data to live and teams relied on engineers to run ad hoc queries. Mark Schindler, Product Manager at Fountain, knew he didnt want to manage an ETL solution in-house.
Schindler set up a Fivetran account, connected a few sources, and had data syncing within minutes. With data centralized into its warehouse, Fountain employees have a single source of truth to go to for reporting needs. Schindler estimates that Fivetran saves Fountain dozens of hours a week across multiple engineers, giving the team peace of mind and the time to explore data and work on new, exciting projects.
Without Fivetran, Schindler believes Fountain would be limited to customer-success related analytics through particular apps, like Zendesk or Salesforce. But Fivetran has opened the door to new analytics, including product and engineering analytics that internal teams use to make data-driven decisions.
About Fountain: Fountain is the leading recruiting platform for gig and hourly workers, specifically designed to solve challenges around high volume, high velocity, and high turnover recruiting within food & beverage, hospitality, and on-demand services. Founded in 2015, San Francisco-based Fountain helps enterprise companies hire and onboard more than one million applicants per month across 50 countries. For more information, please visit https://get.fountain.com.
About Fivetran: Shaped by the real-world needs of data analysts, Fivetran technology is the smartest, fastest way to replicate your applications, databases, events, and files into a high-performance cloud warehouse. Fivetran connectors deploy in minutes, require zero maintenance, and automatically adjust to source changes so your data team can stop worrying about engineering and focus on driving insights.
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