The SIMLEA integration platform as a service, or iPaaS, is designed to connect different software applications, APIs and systems deployed in different environments. The range of the SIMLEA iPaaS application scenarios, however, extends far beyond the classic cloud, hybrid or API integration. Our iPaas solution enables automated, error-free, and secure data exchange between multiple or single software applications, databases, platforms, and IT systems. This will save you time in importing, exporting, and manipulating data, but it will allow you to focus on the actual implementation of the information gained from that data.
The SIMLEA iPaaS is a hub where data experts and business users come together to connect cloud and on-premises applications, ensure accessibility of the data across all departments and roles, and ultimately, its viability.
A rich library of predefined connectors (100+) for fast connectivity of SaaS and on-premise software solutions.
This allows faster connection to business applications such as Salesforce, MS Dynamics Navision, Magento or other systems and databases.
A connector is a small application that works together with the SIMLEA iPaaS and connects it to a software application, a database or any other system you need to integrate with. It reflects various processes that are typically related to retrieving or pushing data for further use, for example an automatic update of a products list or getting an overview of all customers living in a specific area SIMLEA. The SIMLEA iPaaS comes with 100+ ready-to-use connectors for various mainstream business applications such as SAP, Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, Sugar CRM, protocols such as Edifact and OData, and databases such as JDBC and MySQL. Custom connectors for new or in-house applications can be easily built thanks to the standardized SDKs for Node.js and Java.
Over 100 standard connectors for common business applications.
Integration via standard protocols such as REST, SOAP, ODATA or via the database.
Fast and code-free configuration of integration sequences.
Send data from one system to multiple systems and aggregate it again.