iPaaS As more and more companies rely on cloud-based third party systems and software as a service (SaaS) to power various aspects of their business, they are struggling with lost or misaligned data across their various software suites. The sales department may be using Salesforce to manage their leads while accounting may utilize SAP.

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In order to keep contacts, account information, and other information in sync across these platforms, they need to communicate with one another. That is where an Integration Services as a Platform (iPaaS) company may be able to help. Below we’ve compiled a list of 24 companies that can help you integrate.

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Enterprise:

1. Mulesoft by Salesforce

The company originally provided middleware and messaging, and later expanded to provide an integration platform as a service (iPaaS) approach for companies through its main product, Anypoint Platform. MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform includes various components such as Anypoint Design Center, which allows API developers to design and build APIs; Anypoint Exchange, a library for API providers to share APIs, templates, and assets; and Anypoint Management Center, a centralized web interface to analyze, manage, and monitor APIs and integrations. MuleSoft also offers the Mule runtime engine, a runtime solution for connecting enterprise applications on-premises and to the cloud, designed to eliminate the need for custom point-to-point integration code.[8]

2. SnapLogic

SnapLogic is a commercial software company that provides Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) tools for connecting Cloud data sources, SaaS applications and on-premises business software applications. Headquartered in San Mateo, CA, SnapLogic was founded in 2006. SnapLogic is headed by Ex-CEO and Co-Founder of Informatica Gaurav Dhillon and is venture-backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Ignition Partners, Floodgate Fund, Brian McClendon, and Naval Ravikant. As of 2017, the company has raised $136.3 million.

Small-to-Mid:

3. If This Then That (IFTTT)

is a free web-based service to create chains of simple conditional statements, called applets. An applet is triggered by changes that occur within other web services such as Gmail, Facebook, Telegram, Instagram, or Pinterest. For example, an applet may send an e-mail message if the user tweets using a hashtag, or copy a photo on Facebook to a user’s archive if someone tags a user in a photo. In addition to the web-based application, the service runs on iOS and Android. In February 2015, IFTTT renamed its original application to IF, and released a new suite of apps called Do, which lets users create shortcut applications and actions. As of 2015, IFTTT users created about 20 million recipes each day. All of the functionalities of the Do suite of apps have since been integrated into a redesigned IFTTT app.

4. Tray.io

As a platform that has the capability to automate business processes and workflows, Tray offers workflow and utility triggers. Workflow and utility triggers are used to allow web-based applications or services to send information to Tray and activate the specific workflows that will handle such information.

5. Zapier

Zapier is an online automation tool that connects your favorite apps, such as Gmail, Slack, Mailchimp, and over 1,500 more. You can connect two or more apps to automate repetitive tasks without coding or relying on developers to build the integration. It’s easy enough that anyone can build their own app workflows with just a few clicks.

Additional:

6. Adaptris

We simplify integration with highly flexible iPaaS and data exchange technology to fuel business critical decisions. Our solutions are right for anyone and easily accommodates any data sources such as finance, HR, CRM, ERP and many more, all in one place and easy to access.

Adaptris took the decision to offer the Interlok™ Framework on an Open Source license. This allows third-party developers to extend the framework and to utilize it to build their own application connections, services and workflows. Adapters offers an onboarding service to allow customers who have used the Interlok™ Framework in their own solutions to certify the code and support it going forward. This helps our customers as an integration project scale and becomes more critical to the business. The Interlok™ Framework is java based and can be found on Github here.

7. Automate.io

Automate.io is a solution for integrating cloud applications and services to create simple one-to-one integrations or complex workflows for automating sales, marketing, and business processes. Automate.io allows users to integrate applications without coding through a drag-and-drop interface.

8. Celigo

Celigo integrator.io is the next-generation iPaaS integration platform that can be used to easily and quickly create customized integrations using intuitive wizards to guide business and IT users. Celigo’s Integration Apps (formerly SmartConnectors) are prebuilt, full integrations between multiple applications, such as NetSuite, Salesforce, Shopify, Amazon, Jira, Zendesk, and many other popular applications.

9. Cloud Elements

Cloud Elements is a cloud API integration platform that enables developers to publish, integrate, aggregate and manage all of their APIs through a unified platform. Using Cloud Elements, developers can quickly connect entire categories of cloud services (e.g., CRM, Documents, Finance) using uniform APIs or simply synchronize data between multiple cloud services (e.g. Salesforce, Zendesk and Quickbooks) using its innovative integration toolkit.

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10. Dell Boomi

Dell Boomi AtomSphere is an on-demand multi-tenant cloud integration platform for connecting cloud and on-premises applications and data. The platform enables customers to design cloud-based integration processes called Atoms and transfer data between cloud and on-premises applications.