BrightGauge Now Integrates with Continuum

Posted October 10, 2016by Ben Barker

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BrightGauge, a leading provider of business intelligence software for IT services providers, now integrates with Continuum. The integration allows the consolidation of IT vendor reports in one place and also lets MSPs build custom dashboards and reports which help drive technicians’ efficiency and ultimately more profits to the bottom line.

Now, MSPs can create custom reports and dashboards that integrate reporting from other tools as well such as Intuit QuickBooks®, Dropbox and all the major PSA tools. Additionally, the integration leverages the new Continuum Reporting APIwhich allows vendors to obtain raw reporting data from Continuum to build custom reports in-house.

Eric Dosal, Co-Founder and CEO of BrightGauge, had this to say about the integration.

“We are very excited about our new integration partnership with Continuum. This has been a long time coming as many of our customers have been moving to Continuum and requesting to have their data centralized in BrightGauge. The Continuum team has been awesome to work with as well as a huge driver in making this integration happen in a short time.” 

It will now take MSPs less time to create custom client reports and online dashboards for customers to access that include appealing visuals, showcasing the value MSPs deliver to clients.

Adrianna Gugel, Product Manager at Continuum, had this to say.

“Today, there is a great deal of information on our partners’ systems that they need to report out. We are happy to meet their needs with this integration, providing an easy-to-use interface for consolidating IT vendor information, streamlining reporting for technicians. We were pleased to work with BrightGauge through the integration development process, as well as in the development of Continuum’s new Reporting API.”

To get started, MSPs should go to the doc center to learn more and get a Continuum Reporting API key.


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Ben is a member of Continuum's marketing team. He specializes in blog content as well as video production. Ben is a graduate of Emerson College and a huge Boston sports fan.

Topics: API Integration


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