Integrate your PostgreSQL database with OfficeMaps Workplace Management Software

What is Officemaps?

OfficeMaps gives employees better flexibility and control over their working environments with desk, room, and asset booking management.

What is PostgreSQL?

PostgreSQL is an open-source, object-relational database management system that allows users to store and manage data in a structured way. It uses SQL (Structured Query Language) and supports a wide range of data types, including integers, strings, and dates. PostgreSQL is highly scalable and can handle large amounts of data, making it a popular choice for businesses of all sizes. The platform offers features such as transactions, views, triggers, and stored procedures to help users manage their data effectively. PostgreSQL also provides strong support for geographic data and includes advanced indexing and querying options. With its reputation for reliability and performance, PostgreSQL is widely used in a variety of applications, including web applications, data analytics, and geospatial information systems.

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How to connect my PostgreSQL database to OfficeMaps

Using Zapier, connecting PostgreSQL databases and OfficeMaps is easy. The process below only takes a few minutes to setup.

  1. If you don't already have an OfficeMaps account, click here to start a free trial.
  2. Create a new Zapier account or login to your existing account.
  3. Add your authentication details for OfficeMaps as well as your PostgreSQL Database(s).
  4. Select one of the apps as a trigger to start your automation.
  5. Start building out actions in the other application, and map your data from one to the other.

What sorts of things can I do with OfficeMaps and PostgreSQL databases?

  • Automatically create employees in OfficeMaps based on entries into your PostgreSQL employee database
  • Keep your employee information in sync between OfficeMaps and your PostgreSQL employee database
  • Automatically disable OfficeMaps user accounts when your employees are marked as having left your organisation in your PostgreSQL database