Recipe for business innovation

Recipe for business innovation

Workato is the fabric with which you can weave a very intelligent nervous system for your modern enterprise. Recipes are automated workflows that connect apps to complete tasks composed by you based on a combination of apps, triggers and actions.

Choose apps, set a trigger and add multiple actions to automate

  • Apps

    Apps

    Cloud based or on-premise application that record or trigger various business events e.g. Salesforce(CRM), Marketo (Marketing), Workday (HR), SAP (ERP), ServiceNow (Operations), Zendesk (Customer Support)
  • Triggers

    Triggers

    Business events that will kick off the recipe to complete actions automatically.
    Example: New opportunity is created in Salesforce, contract is signed in Docusign, ticket is updated in JIRA.
  • Actions

    Actions

    Set of events that you want to accomplish based on the triggering event.
    Example: Create an invoice, notify on email and Slack, create a ticket in Zendesk.

Setup connections for the recipe to access data in the apps

Connections:

Noun. Plural.

Connections are containers for your account details for all different apps you plan to use in recipes.

Workato connects you with 300+ enterprise apps, and new apps are added frequently. Simply connect to the apps (e.g. Salesforce, Netsuite, Marketo etc.) your business uses and build innovations!

Start your recipes to automate complex workflows

Run:

Verb.

Running a recipe is easy with click of a start recipe button!

Lossless Pause and Resume
Pause the tasks at run-time, apply changes and resume the tasks without losing data/events.

Let’s do a test drive

Our strong community of 20,000+ users has used Workato to automate business processes.
Choose from the 150,000+ recipes that fit your needs. Curious? Take us for a spin below!

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