Why connect your Shopify data to BigQuery
Gather all data in one place
Collect the data from all your sales channels into a single place. Harness the power of BigQuery to extract quickly and precisely the data you need. Track hundreds of details about your products and customers. Monitor the fulfillment and stock levels and react promptly to any anomalies. Always work with the latest available data.
Back up Shopify analytics into a safe place
Protect your data from unexpected loss or Shopify outage. Export valuable details about your orders, products, or customers and keep them safe, available to you 24/7. Perform a Shopify Data Replication to BigQuery automatically, without any effort on your side. Gather data from different apps in a single place.
Visualize conversion rates, LTV, order values, and others
Gain valuable insights into your sales by visualizing them. Load Shopify data to BigQuery and then into your favorite BI tools, such as Tableau or Data Studio. Auto-generate robust dashboards and update them on a chosen schedule. Track key metrics of your business and customize them at will.
What data to move from Shopify to BigQuery
Pull the basic and advanced details about your orders right into your data warehouse. Track sales over time, monitor the fulfillment levels, and quickly look into the whereabouts of your customers.
Dig deeper by extracting orders with line items. With the Shopify to BigQuery integration, pull lists of customers buying particular products, see which items are purchased together, and track the performance of each PoS.
Add, remove, or edit any products and always have an up-to-date list in your BigQuery table. Fetch product details and calculate the profitability of your store or query the database for any other criteria.
Extract the list of your customers and segment them with ease. Compare Shopify records with those from your accounting or marketing systems, and remove the duplicates. Load contacts with ease into 3rd-party tools.
Watch how your inventory changes with each new import. Check the stock levels of each product and automate the restocking process. Monitor thousands of items at a time and look up any details at any time.
Aggregate the data for specific cities, states, or countries. Export orders for specific locations and share the tables with respective managers. Pull data for specific shipping methods and evaluate their profitability.
Back up orders dispatched with particular shipping companies along with associated costs. Cross-check such lists with the invoiced data and spot any inconsistencies. Pull fulfillments for particular dates and evaluate the effectiveness of your team.
Pull refunds for specific dates with all associated details. Generate accounting reports and load them onto QuickBooks, Xero, and others. Match refunds to specific line items and pinpoint where the issues are.
How to send your Shopify data to Google BigQuery
Step 1. Pick Shopify as a data source5 seconds
Step 2. Pick a Shopify data entity for your import10 seconds
Step 3. Set up and copy your Shopify API credentials2 minutes
Step 4. Choose BigQuery as a data destination30 seconds
Step 5. Set a schedule for data refreshes20 seconds
Step 6. Save and run the importer5 seconds
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