Parserr Interview with Lucid Charts: How to Automate QA Data Processing

Recently Updated on July 14th, 2021

The Best Automation Tool for QA Data Processing

Parserr Sends Data Reports to Google Sheets for Lucid Charts

Parserr sat down with Micaela Wright from Lucid Charts to discuss how they save time using Parserr and how email parsing helps them in their business. Lucid Charts has saved more than 4 hours a week by simply parsing incoming reports from Marketo and saving directly to Google Sheets, so that they can further manipulate them and get at the data they really need!

How Can Parserr Help Automate Data Processing?

Lucid Charts Explains How Parserr Helped with Automating QA Data Reports

Parserr: What does Lucid Charts do?

Micaela: Lucid Charts is a cloud-based visual communication platform for flowcharting and diagramming. 

Parserr: How long has Lucid Charts been around?

Micaela: I’ve been at Lucid about 2.5 years, but the company has been around since 2010.

Parserr: How did you find Parserr?

Micaela: I found Parserr via the integration with Zapier feature, which we use heavily at Lucid.

Parserr: What do you use Parserr for?

Micaela: As a company grows, QA processes become increasingly more important. Parserr allows us to automate a large chunk of that, which allows us to focus on other core areas.

Basically, we take automated reporting emails from our email provider (Marketo) and via Zapier pass that to google sheets so we can monitor trends over time and identify when things are broken more quickly.

Parserr: How many hours a day/week/month do you save through the use of Parserr?

Micaela: With Parserr, we save at least 4 hours a week, if not more.

Parserr: Do you use any 3rd party integrations with Parserr? (Zapier/Flow)

Micaela: Yes, we heavily use Zapier.

Parserr: Once your email data is parsed, do you “push” your data to another system? If so, which one?

Micaela: Yes, once we send our parsed email data to Google sheets to monitor trends over time and create graphs.