Doing business efficiently with customers is about
automating all of the processes involved.
There are a lot of integration solutions in the market, but Adeptia believes that no other product really addresses the needs of the majority of the customers. There exists an “Integration Tool Dilemma” in the minds of customers who are wary of the choice of either investing in a niche data integration product that just does one thing well or over-investing in a big enterprise-wide integration solution. Customers want to start small to solve an immediate problem but want to know that they have the tool that can scale to meet other needs in the future.
To help you make an informed decision in selecting the right solution for you, we have created these detailed product comparison guides.
If your integration needs relate to connecting applications to sync data, then you need Application Integration or Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) solution. In this case, please see our Application Integration Vendors Comparison. Typical characteristics of this solution are real-time transactions of single records or small data volume along with orchestration of tasks to create multi-step flows.
If you are looking for a Data Integration or Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) solution, please check out our ETL Tools Comparison. These products are designed to help you aggregate data from multiple sources and applications and merge and combine that information into a database or a data warehouse. This is typically needed for Business Intelligence or Reporting and Analytics or Big Data use cases. Here you require ability to process large volume of data, typically running in batch or scheduled jobs. Rich data mapping and transformation capabilities along with ability to do data validations are very much needed.
Amidst all the popular application integration vendors, choosing the right one is difficult. Take a look at our comparison matrix of application integration software vendors to pick the one that suits your business needs and requirements.
From enterprise-level powerhouses to simple open-source integration suites, there are a host of ETL solutions in the current marketplace. Choosing the right one would bolster your decision-making and revenue generation.
To make the right decision, take a look at our specially designed comparison matrix of the most popular ETL vendors including IBM Datastage, Pentaho Kettle, Microsoft SSIS, and more.