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What is Integrify?

Integrify provides low-code workflow management software for automating business processes and supporting digital transformation. Integrify also offers consulting and development services to help companies implement and expand their use of workflow automation.

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Integrify 101

7 out of 10
February 23, 2018
Integrify is being used by multiple departments within out organization, but not by the whole organization. Our team specifically …
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What is Integrify?

Integrify provides low-code workflow management software for automating complex business processes and accelerating digital transformation. According to the vendor, automating workflow with Integrify increases productivity, efficiency, accuracy, and compliance. The vendor also says customers across nearly every industry use Integrify to design and build automated workflows in Finance, HR, Operations, Sales/Marketing, IT, and more. Integrify also offers consulting and development services to help companies implement and expand their use of workflow automation.

Integrify is available in the cloud, private cloud, and for on-premise installations. This solution features an open, REST-based API for integration with existing systems.

Integrify Features

Process Engine Features

  • Supported: Process designer
  • Supported: Process simulation
  • Supported: Business rules engine
  • Supported: SOA support
  • Supported: Process player
  • Supported: Form builder
  • Supported: Model execution

Additional Features

  • Supported: Process Builder
  • Supported: Form Designer
  • Supported: Self-Service Portal
  • Supported: Reporting and KPIs
  • Supported: Open REST-Based API for Integration

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Integrify Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported CountriesUnited States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, Netherlands
Supported LanguagesEnglish, Spanish, French, German, Dutch

Integrify Customer Size Distribution

Small Businesses (1-50 employees)10%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)60%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)30%
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Features and Flexibility: Users have expressed their appreciation for the wide range of features offered by Integrify. Many reviewers have stated that the software provides them with the tools they need to configure forms, workflows, and reports according to their specific requirements. The flexibility of the software has also been highlighted by users, who find it easy to design exactly what they need in a short amount of time.

User-Friendly Interface: The user interface of Integrify is highly intuitive and user-friendly, as mentioned by numerous reviewers. They find it easy to navigate through the software and perform tasks without any hassle. Many users have reported that they were able to learn and use Integrify within a week, thanks to its intuitive nature. The drag and drop functionality has also impressed many users.

Outstanding Support: Users consistently report positive experiences with the customer support provided by Integrify. Reviewers appreciate the responsiveness, knowledge, and helpfulness of the support team in resolving issues and enhancing their understanding of the solution. This high level of support contributes to a smooth experience for users when using Integrify.

Inflexible Features: Some users have found certain features of the software to be inflexible, making it difficult to accomplish specific tasks. This lack of flexibility has hindered their productivity and caused frustration.

Steep Learning Curve: The software's steep learning curve has been a common complaint among users. It can be time-consuming to learn how to use the software effectively, and this has resulted in a slower adoption rate for some users.

Lack of Undo Option: Users have noted the absence of an UNDO option when assembling flow processes. This has caused inconvenience as any mistakes made during the process cannot be easily undone, leading to wasted time and effort.

Users of Integrify have made several recommendations based on their experience with the product. The three most common recommendations include:

  1. Use Integrify for setting up and using workflows: Many users suggest utilizing Integrify to establish and implement workflows within company departments. This feature enables organizations to streamline their processes and eliminate the need for manual paper-based tasks, scanning, and email communication.

  2. Test drive the system before making a decision: Users advise taking advantage of the opportunity to test drive Integrify to ensure that it meets the specific requirements of their company. By doing so, users can assess whether the platform aligns with their workflow needs and determine if it is a suitable fit before making a commitment.

  3. Ask questions during implementation and evaluate reporting capabilities: It is recommended that users ask thorough questions during the implementation process to ensure a smooth transition and effective use of Integrify. Furthermore, users suggest exploring the reporting capabilities offered by the platform to better analyze data and gain valuable insights into their company's workflow processes.

Overall, reviewers find Integrify to be an easy-to-use solution for eliminating paper, scanning, and email in company departments, as well as speeding up workflow processes by eliminating paper forms. Additionally, they highlight the importance of evaluating the system through testing, asking questions during implementation, and assessing reporting capabilities to make informed decisions about its suitability for their organization.


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Patrick Stephens | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
With Integrify, I have mostly consulted on it's use. I used it personally with my current location to test it's viability in our organization and while I ended up going with another product, I do recommend it to help with workflow of other business - especially smaller ones who have a huge problem in time management and wasted cost when it comes to tedious tasks. For my current company, it was just myself; however, I trained and taught the consulting businesses in Integrify for use across the entire organization (around 15 - 20 people). The problem it was brought in to address related to the automation of long processes which could be easily managed with software rather than having it sit in the ever-changing hands of others. Those individuals could then spend more time at the heart of the project rather than be interrupted every few minutes.
  • Form ease of use. A drag and drop interface is very important in these products. You never know who will be using it (unless you are very strict with who you allow to use your forms), so it needs to be something a simple guide sheet can explain.
  • Form logic. Works the same way as Formstack's, so while it may not be something I would lead with, the ability to have forms with logic allows you to organize the collection of data in a very streamlined way. You are not getting answers to questions you don't need answers to. Customers can follow a simpler path.
  • Support team. This will get into a later point of discussion, but their support team is one of the best. They are there and willing to listen to your problem. They want to help you fix the issue at the root, not just answer your question and get to the next one. I really appreciated the time they would spend with me and those I consulted with!
  • It's complicated. No, really. When you log in, you won't know much about what you're doing and you may only get about 10% of what the program is capable of. This is not a good thing as some will just give up before delving further into the program. If it is too complicated at the outset for someone who doesn't understand forms or how these kinds of programs work, you will not gain new clients unless you are there the moment they create an account. You can have someone reach out, but - in my experience - the decision to continue with a program or write it off is in the first ten minutes.
  • When I first looked at it, printing larger flows was an issue. They have since addressed this, so the point of mentioning this is that (while they eventually looked back at the bigger picture) looking at large and small views would have been helpful.
  • The people I consulted had issues with Javascript. There were ways to get around it, but these people did not have the time to spend on that and asked me to find another solution.
If you know workflow programs, and if you are tech-savvy, then this program will help you with nearly everything. If you need a workflow made better or just need one period, then this will help. You can use it for nearly anything where there is a process. Unfortunately, in any of these scenarios, if you are not tech-savvy, then you do not want to use this program. It will be frustrating. Same can be said if you are handing the program off to someone. It can be too complex for some people. That said, if they are willing to learn the program, then you may be OK. But ultimately, you will lose time and effort. For us, Integrify was used in Admissions - the workflow had to be very specific, and was very complex when it came to the re-enrollment process; however, I would not have suggested it to HR. While it could have helped them, it would have resulted in many hours lost because of the complexity of the program if I were to have left. I'm not saying I was the be-all, end-all for it in HR! I am saying that they had never worked with a workflow program before, and it was going to cost her more time than she could spare.
  • For the people I consulted - it helped them put more into the personal aspects of the business. While certain processes ran, they could keep an eye on the data, but were otherwise free to focus on the important aspects of the business. They were a marketing group. Their copywriter was able to be a copywriter instead of just filling out forms all day!
  • It's adaptable. You can cross-pollinate any department with it, provided you know what you are doing. So, you are not getting a program for HR, and another for Marketing. Integrify can span the whole business. You can cut costs in focusing on one workflow product rather than a handful.
  • It did have one negative impact on the place I consulted. Their tech-savvy person left in early 2019, and nobody else was able to use the program. Nor did they want to try when opening it up and trying to understand it. I was able to help out, but ultimately they were discouraged. I would recommend training multiple people if you use this product, and emphasize their support team!
When it comes to workflow, you want something reliable. Something that covers all the bases. You don't get that with a lot of platforms because they want to be the "heart of the <insert name here> industry." Integrify is like a little blob of playdough. It is its own creature, sitting there in the middle, just malleable enough for you to stretch it to whichever department you want without it breaking. If you handle it badly, it will break and not work. But if you treat it right, and work with it, then it can become virtually anything for you.
February 23, 2018

Integrify 101

Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Integrify is being used by multiple departments within out organization, but not by the whole organization. Our team specifically developed and used Integrify as an intake form which lead to workflow management. The form was review by internal team members, passed on to various levels of management based on a rating and eventually approved or denied.
  • Easy to develop an intake form.
  • Workflow diagram is simple to follow and make adjustments to.
  • Dashboard is helpful in identifying bottlenecks in the process.
  • Lack of flexibility when it comes to updating intake versions.
  • Users without an account had no way of checking the status of their submitted intake.
  • Dashboard could be updated with more modern UI/UX look and feel.
It is great as a way to move from a manual paper process to something digital and more streamlined. There is a learning curve for users when it comes to developing a proper form and following/tracking the flow of information. Overall it is a great move, just be ready for some resistance.
  • We went to a digital central repository for intakes.
  • This made it easier for anyone on the new, new or old, to simply go in and check status of different intakes and work on them.
  • Collaboration tab really allow multiple people to share information regarding a particular intake. Great for load balancing.
I think Integrify was a good product for its cost. The only thing it really lacked was project management capabilities. It was difficult for our manager to go into the dashboard and see what work his employees were working on, who has what, and how long they have had certain tasks. It is doable, but just not very quick and simple.
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