RoboMQ Launches Connect iPaaS – Its New No-Code Drag-And-Drop API Integration Product
RoboMQ, the Company Behind Next Generation of Integration Platforms and Middleware, Announces Launch of Its No-Code Drag-And-Drop Integration Product: Connect iPaaS.
RoboMQ is excited to launch Connect iPaaS, its new no-code drag-and-drop integration product targeted at Line of Business (LoB) users and citizen integrators. This new offering compliments RoboMQ’s existing Hybrid Integration Platform (HIP) that targets integration specialists and enterprise IT users. Connect iPaaS, along with existing HIPs, provides one unified integration suite that can cater to the full integration needs of an enterprise.
With its modern and intuitive UX, RoboMQ Connect iPaaS allows citizen integrators and Line of Business (LoB) users to build business processes using leading enterprise systems like Microsoft Dynamics 365, ServiceNow, ADP, Salesforce, HubSpot, Slack, Office 365, PagerDuty, and others. Business users simply create integration flows and process automations by connecting an event or an activity in one system to set off actions or responses in one or more systems. An example could be the capture of a lead in Salesforce or Microsoft Dynamics CRM that triggers a Slack notification to the inside sales team, thus creating a quick marketing automation. All of this can be done in a matter of minutes by the marketing team without the need for any coding or the involvement of technical experts.
“Connect iPaaS provides a simple intuitive no-nonsense user experience to the Line of Business (LoB) users and citizen integrators to leverage APIs and participate in fast growing API economy without writing a single line of code,” says Bramh Gupta, Founder and CEO of RoboMQ.
Connect iPaaS leverages available APIs from leading SaaS, cloud, CRM, ERP, Finance, and other enterprise systems. Connect abstracts these complex APIs into simple UI widgets that represents an API as a source of an event or sets off actions that can be performed by the API calls. The business user simply drags and drops the widgets and builds integration workflow and/or business process automation. Connect iPaaS shields business users from complexities of APIs, programming languages, and the technologies. Often when a user leaves an organization much of his or her integration work gets orphaned. With RoboMQ Connect iPaaS enterprise users will have the capabilities to own and run integrations at the central enterprise level and be able to transfer the ownership when a user leaves the organization.
Existing Hybrid Integration Platform (HIP) is leveraged by Connect iPaaS as its runtime. This allows Connect iPaaS to use HIP capabilities built on the strength of microservices, containers, and kubernetes based service mesh that can be deployed on multiple clouds and/or on-premise data centers. With the addition of Connect iPaaS to its product line RoboMQ can now cater to citizen integrators with its no-code tooling and to the IT organizations with its existing HIP. IT organizations often want sophisticated, feature rich platforms that can scale, be managed centrally, and have the bells and whistles needed for large scale enterprise deployment. RoboMQ Connect iPaaS dovetails into Hybrid Integration Platform providing “One Platform” that serves bi-modal IT organizations of business users requiring quick exploratory integration and the technology specialist desiring predictability and operational scale.
“Connect iPaaS leveraging Hybrid Integration Platform as its runtime provides enterprise grade capabilities and the scale to Line of Business (LoB) users in a simple intuitive user experience for a company wide collaboration in automating business processes for the pace of today’s business.” – Fred Yatzeck, Principal Architect at RoboMQ.
RoboMQ intends to continue to add connectors and support to all major CRM, ERP, cloud, and SaaS platforms in 2019 and beyond with its quarterly releases. It will continue to add features for account management, enterprise control and observability and integration process ownership.