Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) is a platform for building and deploying integrations within the cloud and from the cloud to enterprise. These cloud integrations can add a greater depth of capability for an organization while simultaneously reducing cost. iPaaS use could eventually expand to buying, selling, and exchange of integration flow. Secure and reliable platforms for integrating any number of solutions in any industry are increasing in popularity. A recent Garter Report predicts that by 2016 35% of all large organizations worldwide will use iPaaS in some way.
B2B Integrations iPaaS is becoming a major player in B2B integrations because it provides a quick way for simple solutions to connect. iPaaS gives the ability to connect partner applications and cloud services, which in turn creates efficiency and effectiveness across the business. iPaaS can easily integrate an organization's’ on-premise applications with external solutions. The diverse B2B community demands a flexible platform for integrations and iPaaS delivers that. iPaaS is a match for B2B because if it’s ability to integrate on the cloud and the enterprise without added hassle. Hybrid Architecture Hybrid cloud architecture can be the best of both worlds. They can be more budget friendly, with storing and sharing some data and applications internally and they can also develop new applications. That is why many companies are moving to these architecture structures. To begin long-term strategies around integrations, these hybrid cloud architectures and their needs should be taken into account. iPaaS allows for flexibility with connecting solutions between cloud and enterprise. This means the increasing hybrid architecture won’t slow iPaaS down or vice versa. If your data is moving to the cloud, your integration platform should also be moving to the cloud. Business Intelligence Business intelligence and better decision-making can be another great benefit on an iPaaS platform when you are working with Ryvit. Because we run mirrored databases on integration objects and have the native capabilities to push and pull data from multiple applications, we can provide partners with insights across the enterprise. This opens up the opportunities for your business to provide meaningful metrics to executive teams, sales and marketing personnel, and even customers.