If you have googled ’iPaaS vendors’ and you have just landed here, this is your lucky day. There are so many awesome iPaaS products on the market that we thought to give a shout out to our fellows.
This blog should help you to navigate across countless of iPaaS vendors and give you a list of vendors that you should definitely check out. We have also prepared an article that outlines all essential aspects that should be considered while choosing an iPaaS vendor.
Now, let's get down to business!
1. Mulesoft Anypoint Platform
Mulesoft is probably one of the best known of all of these vendors on this list.
Mulesoft provides an integration platform (Mule ESB and CloudHub) that allows their customers to connect applications in the cloud and on-premise as well.
With the Anypoint Platform you can design, publish, and manage APIs both on-premises and in-the cloud and the platform provides pre-built templates and connectors for the ease of use of the solution.
They offer a wide variety of solutions for industries, such as financial services, government, healthcare, higher education, media, telecom, and retail.
If you haven’t yet checked out the Resources page of Mulesoft, I suggest you do.
2. Dell Boomi
You are probably also familiar with Dell Boomi. Their iPaaS delivers what it needs to: connectivity to orchestrate data.
The list of connectors right on the home page is very impressive: SAP, Salesforce, Workday, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Oracle E-Business Suite, NetSuite, Google Cloud, Amazon SQS, Magento, Amazon SNS, JIRA, LDAP/Active Directory, Aria, Box. Ultipro, Microsoft Azure SQL Database, Google App Engine, Google Pub/Sub, Apex (Salesforce), just to name a few.
If you are using any of these tools and you need them to be connected, make sure to discover what Dell Boomi has to offer.
“Integration and APIs are more than connectivity – they’re a strategic advantage” – reads on Jitterbit’s website. Honestly, we couldn’t agree more – integrations can definitely give your business an edge, too.
Jitterbit offers iPaaS and API management solutions. They offer Standard, Professional, and Enterprise subscriptions and it is very clearly defined what comes with each package.
Whether your industry is energy, financial services, healthcare, nonprofits, retail, hub, higher education, telecom, manufacturing, public sector, media&publishing, or transportation & logistics, Jitterbit has solutions to offer for you.
They have some great customer success stories, so visit their website and read them.
4. Scribe Online from ScribeSoft
ScribeOnline provides connectivity through the platform and APIs and they have developed an extensive list of prebuilt connectors to connect you with applications, such as SharePoint, Shopify, GoToWebinar, Hubspot, MailChimp, Google Analytics, Magento, and the list goes on.
ScribeSoft has a great video library where you can for example see a tutorial of their Scribe Online platform. This is a super way to become familiar with what they do and whether you could use their solutions.
5. Liaison ALLOY® Platform
Liaison offers tailored cloud enterprise application integration and data management, it can connect any two application end points, such as cloud, mobile, device, or on-premise. They ensure the integrity of the data while maintaining the security of your assets.
Liaison has a very insightful blog that’s worth signing up for.
6. Informatica Cloud
Connect, synchronize, and relate data, application, and processes both in the cloud and on-premise. This is the promise of Informatica that they for sure deliver as they have been ranking among the iPaaS leaders for the last years in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service report.
Azuqua is a cool vendor for connecting SaaS applications, such as Hubspot, Jira, Salesforce, ServiceNow, Slack, Smartsheet, Workfront, Zendesk, and more. They offer Basic, Team, and Enterprise service levels, so for sure, you will find the right one for you.
You can request a trial from a chatbot, which is pretty handy!
Connect apps, data, and things faster – here lies the value proposition of SnapLogic. They offer solutions for cloud data warehousing, finance & accounting, human capital management, mergers & acquisitions, internet of things (IoT), data analytics, big data, or customer experience/CRM.
Snaplogic has some impressive case study videos that you don’t want to miss.
9. IBM App Connect
Without a doubt, you know the integration services of IBM. IBM App Connect delivers similar promises as many others: integrating modern SaaS applications to complex systems, and their platform is also capable of hybrid integrations.
IBM offers Professional and Enterprise versions and the pricing levels are the following: pay as you go, subscription, and enterprise-grade. The first two you can buy immediately, for the last one, you need to get in touch with IBM to get a quote.
10. SPS Commerce
SPS Commerce helps retailers, suppliers, 3PLS and carriers, distributors and wholesale, grocers and food industry with their business-to-business integration challenges. They offer a range of EDI solutions, such as EDI outsourcing and EDI integration with ERPs.
Smart connectors, protocol connectors, mapper, expression language, forks, content-based routing, content enrichment, and batch and event-based elements are all part of Elastic.io’s intuitive designer within their platform. They offer cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-on-premise solutions and a long list of connectors.
12. Oracle Integration Cloud
Integrate applications, automate the process, and build applications visually with the Oracle Integration Cloud.
Oracle offers fast, complete integrations – you can connect anything you want from applications through robots, build visual interfaces and get end-to-end monitoring.
Oracle’s PaaS platform offers services for integration and data management, including autonomous integration cloud, data integration, IoT, API management, self-service integration, and SOA.
PieSync’s Intelligent 2-way Contact Sync allows you to connect your cloud-based applications. They have a long list of supported apps and seems like that they are constantly working on adding more. If you need to connect marketing applications, CRM, or e-commerce stores, PieSync could be the perfect vendor for you. They offer a free trial as well and the pricing page looks very convincing.
Zapier is another company offering integrations for your applications, so you can easily automate the processes in between them. People look for Slack, Salesforce, Hubspot CRM, PayPal, and Asana integrations the most on their page.
They made signing up with them very simple: if you prefer, you can sign up with your Gmail and start connecting your apps.
In 2018, Workato was among the leaders in the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service.
Workato offers a single digital platform for thousands use cases, like custom bots, API management, RPA, datahub, and workflow automation. Their solutions are divided by functions (sales, support, HR, IT) and by apps (e.g. Jira, Marketo, Netsuite, SAP, Salesforce, Slack, Zendesk).
In their Success Center (under Resources), there are cool tutorials that can help you to evaluate if Workato is the right choice for you.
BizTalk is another well-known integration suite by Microsoft. With BizTalk, you will be able to connect applications across your enterprise to automate processes and improve your productivity.
There are a lot of documentation on Microsoft’s site, such as business cases and technical overview.
While DSYNC offers an integration platform, they also provide their customers with a business intelligence reporting tool.
With DSYNC you can connect APIs to consolidate disparate data. According to their website, they offer services for Retail, Banking and Insurance, and Healthcare.
Built.io offers three products: an iPaaS, a headless CMS, and a mBaaS to help enterprises to accelerate their digital transformation. While iPaaS is the right tool for connecting any systems and applications (in case of Built.io with an API-first approach), their API-first headless CMS helps to deliver omnichannel content via JSON, and finally, their mBaaS is used for building apps for IoT, mobile, and the web.
Moskitos is an iPaaS provider based in France with customers, such as L'Oreàl or Peugeot. Their product, the Crosscut platform, is a data platform that is used for IT modernization and business transformation. Besides the Crosscut platform, they offer Crosscut extensions (dataset, API management, and community portal), and the turnkey Cloudstream solutions that are utilizing the Crosscut platform.
20. Cloud Elements
The company has defined its main product as: "Cloud Elements' API Integration platform puts the data you care about at the center of your application ecosystem." They offer products, such as the API Integration Platform, Unified APIs, Virtual Data Resources, Integration Catalog (with growing number of pre-built integrations), Elements Builder, and Integration Marketplace UI. Some of their solutions include embedded integration for SaaS apps, cloud integration for enterprises, data integrations for platforms, and vertical solutions.
Attunity Replicate, Compose, and Visibility are just a few of Attunity's product portfolio. Their solutions are closely related to data management, such as mainframe integration with big data, data usage and workload analytics, real-time data warehousing, or enterprise data replication.
After a long list of great iPaaS vendors, it’s difficult to go on about writing ourselves. You may want to browse through our blogs to find out more details and specs.
In here, we may just focus on our unique selling points: how do we differentiate Youredi from the other vendors?
While we can connect anything, we haven’t been focusing on developing connectors for popular applications. Our core focus is on building connectivity across trading partners that might be challenging just with point-to-point hand-coded integration or traditional integration solutions would be too difficult.
Integrations shouldn’t take forever to be deployed. With pre-built connectors and integration scenarios, we can cut the development and deployment times to minimal. You can go live with your first connections in days!
Up to 70% Savings
Once you saved time on development and deployment, there is even something better: saving on the integration costs. Some of our customers have seen up to 70% cost savings.
You don’t need to hire a team of integration architects – we will do everything for you, such as professional services and support work. The result is a turnkey service for connecting all your ecosystem, enabling real-time information sharing and process automation.
Too much to choose from?
This is a long list of vendors – and there is more. We suggest that you pro-actively become familiar with all the relevant ones for you, initiate a discussion with them and evaluate how they comply with your data integration strategy.
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The blog was updated on the 3rd of November, 2020.