Organizations today use more software systems and applications than ever before. Some are legacy and run on company infrastructure, and some are modern and run in the cloud. With all these separate systems, organizations are increasingly looking to share data and create cross-software workflows.
In short, they need system integration.
Traditionally, creating this integration is very time-consuming. You will also need highly experienced engineers to create such reliable and useful integrations.
Synatic is an integration platform that speeds up integration work and creates highly reliable, maintainable, and high-performance systems integration. Connectors are available to all major applications and systems and are ready to go. It also has enterprise-grade monitoring, logging, and security. Using Synatic drastically cuts integration effort and costs.
What can I use Synatic for?
Synatic can be used for multiple use cases. Some examples are:
Syncing inventory data between Salesforce and your e-commerce system
Connecting older file-based systems (e.g., IBM iSeries) to newer API based systems
Routing notifications over multiple channels to customers (e.g., SMS, email, Slack, in-app, etc.)
Creating single customer views from data stored in multiple systems.
How does Synatic Work?
Synatic uses the concept of flows to create integrations. A flow is a series of steps defining your data process. Steps include actions like reading data from a source, filtering data, transforming to a particular format, calling other systems, and writing data to a data source.
Synatic has a web interface where you can drag and drop steps onto a flow, design, and review it visually. The example below shows a flow that reads a file from SFTP, extracts the CSV data, maps the data to new fields, and then writes the data to a Postgres database.
Synatic also allows you to easily create REST and oData APIs that connect to your flows. For example, you might make a single customer view API that collects data from multiple systems and formats and presents it through one simplified API.