Overall Satisfaction with SnapLogic
We are using Snaplogic across ITV to support a vast number of integration use cases to support our Digital Transformation strategy. Within our Salesforce team, we did not have the technical resources or tools to be able to tackle integration items on our roadmap. We used to outsource the work to various developers to build point-to-point integrations which were difficult to scale and maintain. We moved to Snaplogic 2 years ago, which has been instrumental in empowering non-developers to become citizen developers - by using Snaplogic the team has been able to build out multiple integrations between different systems, using a variety of integration protocols to suit each use case.
- Offers a simple and logic to use visual interface, with real-time feedback and validation.
- East to use branded connectors, simplifying the connection to well-known applications using the language of the application
- Great community, always offering help and tips when building pipelines
- Some of the Snaplogic University courses are great, but there is not enough, I would like to see a larger range of video tutorials and perhaps something more interactive training like that of the trailhead.
- Easy to use drag and drop interface.
- Compatibility with both legacy and modern integration procedures
- Security and sharing of pipelines, so multiple business units can use the tool independently, but share already built snaps and pipelines when needed.
- Decreased spend on external developers
- Robust error routing and reporting means any issues can be highlighted and fixed asap
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Well suited if you have a mix of legacy systems and mature SaaS / API-based integrations. When you don't have a vast pool of development resources and integration architects, enables a lot of users to hit the ground running and start building out integrations using just configuration tools. When you need to schedule both parent and child processes to work wither each other. If you want an easy to use interface, with real-time validation and data previewing so you can identify errors before you deploy your integration solution