Connect your cloud with applications, data, enterprise solutions and other clouds to create your hybrid cloud environment. As cloud-based, subscription-based solutions continue to evolve, your challenge is to find the platform-as-a-service (PaaS) and software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendor who has the capability and experience to integration with your existing on-premise systems.
With the SmartIntegration Platform, you can seamlessly integrate any number and combination of on-premise and/or cloud-based applications in real-time Multiple SaaS Solutions to On-premise systems; not issues. Additionally, we support both public and private cloud integration.
The SmartIntegration Platform supports all key integration and communication patterns, including application-to-application, pub-sub, real-time, streaming, batch, ETL integrations and more. Source to Platform and Platform to Target are mutually exclusive, so workload optimization can be tailored at Solution level. Large file data loads can be run in parallel in asynchronous mode.
The SmartIntegration Platform provides a large library of connectors which allow you to support sophisticated integrations. SaaS to Enterprise, SaaS to SaaS, SaaS to third-party; we support them all. Configurable Solutions are provided support Standard and Custom Object integration, workflow and business process support, etc.
With the SmartIntegration Platform, configurable Solutions for integration with Salesforce, Creatio, OROCRM, SugarCRM, Oracle Sales Cloud with QuickBooks, Sage, Avalara, MS Dynamics, Oracle and more are supported. Full AR/AP processing is supported in your CRM and is available in configurable format for your Accounting integration.
The SmartIntegration Platform requires no additional on-premise infrastructure, so there’s nothing to install, no new proprietary hardware or training needed, and simple browser-based management. The Platform provides strong support for all commonly known APIs) even previous-generation APIs and interfaces.
The right PaaS partner offers critical business security like fraud detection, real-time intruder alerts and response, and easy-to-read audit and reporting screens. Additionally, PaaS should ensure compliance with industry standards like those mandated by the Payment Card Security Standards Council and the GDPR. Executing mandatory audits and visualizing threats on PaaS-provided interfaces relieves a huge workload from internal IT experts and greatly simplifies cloud integration.