iPaaS for enterprise automation on one platform

Connect, integrate, and automate data and business processes, and experiences with Workato’s market-leading enterprise platform.

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iPaaS for enterprise automation on one platform

Enterprise iPaaS for business transformation

Workato provides a powerful platform for enterprise automation and integration so you can confidently connect, integrate, and automate your applications, data, and processes end-to-end.

Get to know enterprise integration (EiPaaS)

Only Workato provides an enterprise iPaaS platform that unifies integration and automation of business applications and processes, and has a cloud-native architecture built for scale and speed.

Deliver your integration and automation projects faster with less operational and development costs with Workato’s enterprise automation platform.

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  • Improve productivity
    Improve productivity

    Save thousands of hours and reduce development costs with an intuitive, drag-and-drop interface to build APIs, integrations, and automations. Customize projects with popular development frameworks.

  • Boost time-to-value
    Boost time-to-value

    Unlimited access to 1,000’s of ready-to-use connectors, workflows, and proven architectures built by Workato, plus our trusted ecosystem lets you deliver value from integration projects faster.

  • Enterprise-grade platform
    Enterprise-grade platform

    Focus on innovation, not maintenance with native integration and automation. Lower total cost of operations with automatic provisioning, scaling, built-in governance, debugging, and error-handling.

  • Reduce costs
    Reduce costs

    Build easily with a low-code/no-code experience that helps reduce development time and cost. Eliminate dependencies on specialized technical resources by enabling more people to contribute to innovation.

Real customers. Real impact.

Explore how customers across all industries are using Workato’s platform to improve productivity, contribute value, and reduce total cost of operations.

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  • Broadcom
  • Malwarebytes
  • Five9

Automate with pre-built iPaaS connectors

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Integrate fast with a low-code/no-code iPaaS experience

Both business and IT teams can integrate on-premises and cloud applications faster with Workato’s low-code/no-code platform than with typical integration tools.

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  • Connect instantly with pre-built connectors

    Connect instantly with pre-built connectors

    Start integrating right way with pre-built connectors. Workato comes packaged with 1,000s of connectors for the applications you use every day, including Salesforce, NetSuite, ServiceNow, IT platforms like Jira, HR tools like Workday, and everything in between.

    Not to mention, you have the ability to make your own connectors by using our simple SDK.

    Get started with pre-built connectors
  • Automate any process using recipes

    Automate any process using recipes

    Workato recipes are sets of instructions that automate complex workflows. They describe how you want your applications to work together and interact with your systems. Access a library of over 500,000 recipes for common business processes that you can use to quickly create automations in your own environment.

    How to build a recipe
  • Ensure security and governance

    Ensure security and governance

    Workato’s role-based access control capabilities allow you to assign and manage different permissions for users based on their job role in a team.

    Use the app dependency graph for visibility into what apps your teams are using and activity audit logs to track all changes at an account level.

    An overview of Workato’s security
  • Build customized bots to automate your workflows

    Build customized bots to automate your workflows

    Build custom automations between Slack or Microsoft Teams and other applications using the built-in Workato Workbot. Create apps that make it easy for your teams to interact with any combination of cloud services, on-prem systems, ERPs, and more.

    Create no-code apps for Slack

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iPaaS FAQ

  • What is iPaaS?

    iPaaS, which stands for Integration Platform as a Service, is a cloud-based platform that allows your organization to build integrations between applications, processes, and data, whether in the cloud or on-premise.

    iPaaS lets you integrate data in a consistent way from multiple sources and applications. It also makes it easier to automate processes, develop and deploy data flows between applications, and connect workflows.

  • What is enterprise automation?

    An enterprise automation platform is a cloud-based solution that lets you integrate your systems and run workflow automations that work across your applications, data, and employees.

    You don’t need to know how to code to use enterprise automation software, you just need to understand the ins and outs of your business processes. Also, instead of hard coding connectors, you can integrate apps and databases by leveraging the enterprise automation platform’s pre-built connectors; where once the integrations are built, the platform lets you build and modify automations in a low-code/no-code interface utilizing features like drag and drop.

  • How does Workato pricing work?

    With Workato, you pay for what you use. Start with a Workato workspace, a collaboration space that allows multiple users to build, share, test and run recipes.

    Your workspace comes with everything you need to integrate applications and automate your workflows, including unlimited connections and users.

    Once your workspace is set up, you can purchase recipes either individually or in packs of 10, 25, 50, and 100.

  • What is an embedded iPaaS?

    An embedded iPaaS is an iPaaS that can be added directly to your product. With an embedded iPaaS you can cut down your integration backlog. Moreover, it lets your developers focus on improving your product’s core features instead of building and maintaining integrations.

  • iPaaS vs. ETL

    • An iPaaS lets you move data across systems in real time, while an ETL tool can only do so in batches.
    • ETL tools are often geared towards on-premise systems, while an iPaaS can effectively handle cloud, on-premise, or hybrid systems.
    • iPaaS can integrate your systems and your data, while an ETL tool can only integrate the latter.
  • iPaaS vs. ESB

    • ESB tools are ideal for integrating legacy applications, while the lightweight architecture of an iPaaS allows for hybrid integrations that can connect on-prem, legacy, and cloud applications.
    • iPaaS has the ability to transfer data in real time through APIs, which an ESB can’t do.
    • If it’s essential for data to stay on-premise for security reasons, an ESB provides top-tier protection. iPaaS provides better management of data quality and data profiling in the cloud.
  • RPA vs. iPaaS

    • iPaaS can be more stable than RPA software, as it isn’t affected by changes to an application’s UI, which could cause an RPA bot(s) to break.
    • iPaaS offers powerful governance and security controls so that you can implement integrations at scale without compromising sensitive, business-critical information; RPA, meanwhile, requires building more bots in order to scale, making governance and security policies difficult to enforce.
    • iPaaS allows you to automate a wide variety of tasks, while RPA focuses on moving and syncing data between systems.
    • RPA software, unlike an iPaaS, can interact with systems that don’t offer an API (e.g. legacy database), allowing RPA to extract more value from these systems.
  • iPaaS vs. EDI

    • EDI, or electronic data exchange, is a way to exchange business information electronically using a standard format. EDI replaces business processes that would typically happen using mail, fax, and e-mail.
    • EDI data is stored before it’s transferred so it can still take a few hours to transfer data. iPaaS has the ability to transfer data in real time through APIs.
    • iPaaS is a better integration option for cloud-based applications, while EDI is typically used to connect on-premise applications.

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