Who can use this feature?
Our Oracle Eloqua integration uses REST APIs to authorize and securely access data without revealing username and password credentials. Your data is encrypted and decrypted with AES-256 while in transit to our secure data center. Once you've finished the integration, Radius syncs with Eloqua every 30 minutes to identify and analyze new accounts and contacts or changes to existing accounts and contacts. Throughout the process, Radius maintains a refresh token that ensures your Oracle Eloqua instance stays connected.
Radius consumes and analyzes data from these types of Eloqua records.
- Shared Lists
- Activities (Tasks)
Radius adheres to all industry security controls to ensure your data is safe and secure. See for yourself by reviewing our application and data security standards.
Before You Start
Here’s what you’ll need.
Connect Oracle Eloqua and Map Fields
If you’re already logged into Eloqua, we’ll use those credentials. To make sure you connect the right account, clear your browser’s cache or use an incognito window before connecting Eloqua in Radius.
- Go to the main menu, then select Integrations.
- Under Available Integrations, find Eloqua and click Connect.
- Follow the flow to enter your Eloqua username and password, map your Eloqua contact and account fields, and start matching records.
The sync and matching process takes some time to finish. We’ll email you when it’s done.
View the Eloqua Integration Dashboard
The Eloqua integration dashboard gives you a high-level overview about the number of contacts and accounts we’ve matched with and your sync status . Plus, you can reconfigure your mappings or reconcile records that didn’t match here too.
- From the main menu, click Integrations.
- Find Eloqua and click View Details.
If you're using Radius Scoring, you can set up Radius Scoring for Oracle Eloqua now.