Integrately is automation software designed to create workflows with just one click. With over 200k integrations built-in, users can find their apps and create easy integrations within minutes.
Integrately’s Mission Statement
Integrately’s mission statement focuses on its one-click model. Simplifying automation down to one step is appealing to anybody looking to save time. The entire motto of Integrately is simplicity.
The Integrately website states that there are currently over 650+ native integrations. So, hopefully, you can find what you need. There’s no option to build in other applications at the moment.
Popular Native Integrations:
As with all integration software, Integrately has premium apps that you can unlock depending on the type of plan you choose. Integrately does have webhooks, so you may be able to connect outside apps but since all of their automation is created for the apps they have it might not be helpful if you want to use the one-click features.
If you are using Integrately, and hit a roadblock due to a lacking in native integrations, you can also request new integrations. They may get enough of a response to work to add the application you are looking for.
As far as price is concerned, Integrately is pretty cheap to start, but plans can add up quickly. There is a free plan user can try to see if they want to use it. The base plan moves up to $19.99, and the highest plan is currently running around $299 a month.
The free plan will give you access to 5 automations to get you started. If you’re a sole proprietor or a small business, it should suffice. Compared to other companies like Zapier, the software is relatively affordable. If you’re using the free plan, you can increase the number of tasks you have by having friends sign up with your referral code, too.
As we mentioned before, Integrately is limited when it comes to native integrations, with no option for third-party. This is not great for enterprises that may have on-premise tools that need to be integrated.
The highest tier plan is their business plan, which does have as many features as possible, but still could be limiting as you continue to grow. So, Integrately is probably not ideal for an enterprise.
Integrately is designed to be simple, so it’s lacking in complexity. Yes, you can go in and manipulate automation to do a more complex task, but the no-code aspect is limited. It is intentionally simple and meant for people who do not want to dive into the world of coding.
Community and Partner Ecosystem
Integrately has an active blog on their website with regular contributions. There is a r/Integrately page that is not active, with only a few posts. Integrately also has an active Facebook page. As far as the community is concerned, there are not a lot of external links on their website for engagement with other users as you’d find with other automation software.
The partner ecosystem is also difficult to find. According to Partnerbase, Integrately has an active partnership with Kihbba. It also lists that Integrately has about 23 known partnerships. Integrately’s website does have a link to integrate your own SaaS with their program, and an option to embed automation to your own website.
With the embed option, you can embed a widget into your application once you’re integrated with the platform. That way, your users can browse the automation templates that are available with your SaaS, and see what kind of things Integrately can do for them.