Okta Workflows (Azuqua)

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Brooke Addams | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Azuqua is well suited to connect data based systems or to add an extra level of automation to Smartsheet without requiring the control center. It is also well suited for people who don't have in depth understandings of programming. The UI is mostly visual with click and drag systems instead of requiring manually entered variables.
Scott Neylon | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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The integration I used Azuqua for was based on Salesforce, Wrike and Office 365. I found the integration of Salesforce reasonably straightforward, Wrike was limited in the "cards" capability but functional (there are bugs but there are also workarounds but they required assistance from the Azuqua support team) and Office 365 was quite immature (primarily around Excel bugs but also email was limited).
Scott Davis | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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So often, when work is dictated by separate work process flows in different silos AKA - different TOOLS, an inevitable feature of any company, provided that there are API protocols for those different tools and your company Security IT allows it -- Azuqua can communicate between those separate databases to automate function triggers, alerts, and save your team the bandwidth to communicate office minutiae. Nothing is the perfect "Make it So" button, but Azuqua is something that gets pretty close in an imperfect world.
Guillermo Garate | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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It is well suited to interconnect data between applications in the cloud only, then it depends on a reliable internet connection. For industrial applications, many of the companies have a lot of restrictions on internet access to the cloud.
Loïc Engulu | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Azuqua eliminates the need to have a company's own engineers build integrations for platforms that don't natively interact. This means being able to dedicate those resources to the business' core product and services, rather than towards third party systems. Because everything is automated it removes any sort of error and lag associated with human interactions.
Julie Leonard | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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It is suited to track things that have multiple factors influencing it. It works well with more complicated KPI tracking requests. It works well with trying to aggregate things that move over space and time.

It is less appropriate for easier tracking items where Smartsheet notifications is a more straight forward option.
Jason Mills | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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As a subcontractor, we have multiple construction projects going on at once with many more upcoming that need to be scheduled out. Azuqa helps keep track of start date and preconstruction documents required before a start of a project such as permits, submittals and safety documents. With so many projects going on, it can be difficult to track all the data that is constantly changing. Azuqa helps clear the clutter of multiple entries and unifies the data throughout the departments.
Suparman Widjaja | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Appropriate: Any applications that expose API and web-services. There is no need to worry about coding languages that fit Web-service standards.

Not appropriate: Applications inside the firewall that needs to be exposed for Azuqua to connect. Or any environments that require on-prem installations
J. D. Ridenour | TrustRadius Reviewer
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As stated earlier, our use case for Azuqua was very specific: We used Smartsheet forms to capture support requests, and used Azuqua to create cases in Salesforce from this data. For this, it worked flawlessly, though Smartsheet's limitation ultimately caused us to stop using it. Azuqua can connect lots of apps, but I cannot speak to where its limitations truly lie. For moving data from fields in one program to fields in another, it works great and is easy to use and maintain.
Jeff DaSilva | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Azuqua has out-of-the-box connectors for every third-party vendor that we have been interested in supporting. They have even extended their connector builder to customers which has allowed us to build custom connectors to our homegrown applications. We really haven't found any scenarios where we haven't been able to accomplish our requirements.
Score 8 out of 10
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Azuqua is great for getting data/information out of a more hidden/unexposed source and being able to push that data into a place that is widely used across departments or the company to allow for greater visibility and insight. It is not well suited for those who are trying to push data out of the internal database and do not have engineering resources to assist.
April 03, 2018

Azuqua makes it easy

Score 9 out of 10
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If you are looking for a quick way to link systems together then you should start by looking at Azuqua. The ability to quickly define your workflows and integrate the applications is second to none.
Score 7 out of 10
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Azuqua is extremely helpful for teams using Salesforce and their CRM along with other applications such as Gmail, JIRA, etc. It makes kicking off workflows and various events much easier to manage than by using Salesforce only. For new users Azuqua is a bit complicated to learn so if something needs to be built quick it is probably less appropriate.

Okta Workflows (Azuqua) Scorecard Summary

What is Okta Workflows (Azuqua)?

Azuqua was a tool that helped users integrate their SaaS applications and build custom automations. It was acquired by Okta in late 2019, and is now part of Okta Workflows. Okta Workflows leverages Azuqua’s workflow orchestration engine and application integrations to automate complex identity-centric processes such as user onboarding and offboarding. The product is available as part of the Okta Lifecycle Management product.

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Deployment TypesOn-premise, SaaS
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationNo