Executive summary

Integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) is a solution to help organizations meet business goals through connecting their data. But it is not a catch-all solution and is insufficient to rely on for long-term business growth.

In addition to iPaaS, most organizations have adopted API management and automation solutions that leverage APIs and (un)attended bots. They know that a multi-solution focus must be used in the long run to empower and accelerate IT and business teams, help future-proof organizations, and reduce costs.

Using a combination of integration, automation, and universal API management solutions sets up organizations for success. This approach allows them to deliver on initiatives across the organization while providing them with the agility and advantages needed to meet increasing customer expectations in the digital-first age.


Selecting the right iPaaS is critical for all businesses looking to accelerate digital efforts and gain an advantage with ever-increasing customer expectations.

Business teams have different initiatives, and iPaaS alone is not a universal tool that can quickly meet their needs. iPaaS enables IT agility and empowers them to achieve more. But ever-increasing use cases are cropping up for business teams that IT does not have the scale to handle. So how can business teams leverage IT to build on top of their critical work? Enter the no-code automation solution. Organizations now need solutions that enable multiple teams and open up integration to meet a variety of business initiatives. In addition to their iPaaS solution, organizations need to empower other parts of the business to self-serve and automate.

Adopting an iPaaS is a significant first step to unlocking your data to create customer experiences that exceed expectations. So let’s look into iPaaS and how it can empower your organization. The right PaaS should help your business achieve two objectives:

  1. It should address your organization’s integration challenges across a wide range of applications and data infrastructures in a single, unified platform.
  2. It should scale along with your business as it grows.

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