What is iPaaS & API?
iPaaS stands for integration platform as a service. It is a set of cloud tools/services, which is used for connecting software applications which are deployed in different environments. It enables faster data sharing while removing the barriers IT teams usually face as they add new applications. It also allows integration between cloud applications and on-premise applications.
API stands for Application Programming Interface, which is a software mediator that allows two applications to communicate with each other. For example, contacts in Pipedrive automatically get pushed to Mailchimp.
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iPaas and API Development with Cloudify
If you have developed SaaS solutions and need help with the integrations, Cloudify will take care of the complete SaaS product integrations as per your company’s requirements. We primarily work with Zapier & Integromat as they can be integrated with more than 1500 other apps and services. We can also help you in creating specific triggers and actions for your business, if you have iPaaS integrated SaaS products.
Apart from this Cloudify can create Custom API integrations to legacy software often on-premise.
How we do it?
In Corporate use of SaaS apps such as G, the suite is standard. Cloudify helps integrating SaaS apps using Ipaas integration platforms such as Zapier, Microsoft flow using their API or method of Zapier API development, Organizations can automate their workflow and see amazing results in Productivity and Business.
Our process has been divided into four different parts.
Before starting the development, we analyze your current application workflows to have a better and more in-depth understanding of the functionality.
After we are done with the analyzing part of the workflow, we test the API’s to ensure that they are functioning accurately and returning the correct data that we require.
Creation of CLI App
Once we are sure that the API is functioning correctly, we start the CLI app implementation.
Once we are done with the building and testing CLI app, and it is up and running, we launch the app. It does not end here, as we keep monitoring it with real-time data flows.