The average enterprise uses 1,500+ cloud applications yet many business critical, systems-of-record still run on-prem. IT leaders navigate challenging terrain between best-of-breed applications, maintaining security, and avoiding disruption to critical business processes
The number of integrations requested continues to rise and the scope of people within an organization that expect integrated systems and data continues to expand. IT leaders are challenged to empower more integrators with reusable tooling yet oversee data governance.
Cloud Elements leads the market by giving integration developers normalized ways to interact with thousands of unique APIs, enhances native API functionality, and allows developers to build first-class connection resources for extensible, reusable architectures.
“With up to 3 million business-critical transactions each week running on a single, non-resilient instance of our ESB, “We needed to rise to the challenge of iPaaS technologies, including standard patterns and reusable resources, without major disruption to the business.”
– Iconic European retailer
A hybrid integration platform is not something you buy out of the box. Your organization likely already owns and uses multiple integration and EDI tools, API management, etc… But somewhere, behind all thet software, lies your integration strategy.
Whether you’re creating an integration center of excellence, launching new digital products and platforms, or just optimizing business processes, API integration is part of the puzzle.
Only Cloud Elements offers normalized integration methods for your developers, a catalog of pre-built resources you can easily adapt and extend, and graphical configuration for ad hoc users. The result is that multiple users can build integrations 9x faster than building from scratch in a legacy iPaaS.
Only Cloud Elements offers Virtual Data Resources (VDRs) which unify data mapping for easy maintenance and data governance beyond the constraints of applications.
Developers have to overcome API nuance and shifting business requirements; normalized integration methods and unified data models make the technical challenge more tractable.
To address the backlog of requests, developers can easily understand, extend, and reuse connection resources, integration flows, and templates across use cases.
With hundreds of pre-built Elements that let developers consume any API with just REST/JSON, even junior developers can deliver faster and avoid platform-specific training.
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