There are a couple of ways your Marketo data can be leveraged in Chartio. Chartio does not connect directly to Marketo, so you’ll need a process to move that data into a relational database.
Most of the time, our customers use their existing database to store their cloud application data such as Redshift. Chartio connects to this database and allows you to visualize your data.
If you do not have an existing data warehouse, or do not want to use one of your existing data warehouses, we would be happy to refer you to one of our close partners which can help you bring your cloud data into a database that can be connected to Chartio.
We can recommend Panoply & Stitch Data:
Stitch manages the ETL process and pushes your Marketo data into your data warehouse: https://www.stitchdata.com/integrations/marketo-bulk/chartio/. Panoply will import your data into a data warehouse of your choice which you would then connect to Chartio: https://panoply.io/integrations/chartio/.
If you have an existing data warehouse, you can use one of our other partner connections to load your Marketo data into an existing data warehouse such as:
Since they all have different pricing, I would suggest checking out each one to see which one best suits your needs.