Frequently Asked Questions

PROCESIO is a software integration platform that works through pre-built or custom-made connectors, using a visual, low-code no-code approach to development.

For simple processes, users can define business logic and create workflows through a drag-and-drop builder, and for more complex processes they can add or modify code. Users can expand the capability of the platform by creating their own Custom Actions.

For example, PROCESIO allows you to design a process which follows the next steps:

  • Connect to a data source (database, REST API or Excel file, for example) and interrogate data
  • Process the data obtained from this datasource: sort and filter, for example
  • Use foreach or while actions to iterate within the processing result
  • For each individual record, take some decisions using decisional actions
  • If needed, configure actions to perform in parallel using the parallelism node. The parallel execution can be resumed on a single thread via a Join node

Or you can create a process that follows these actions:

  • Collect data from several data sources: a database and an Excel file, or other
  • Configure data collection action to run in parallel to speed up processing
  • When both data sources are processed, transform the data into a common format, then merge the two results into a single list using variable assignments
  • Sort and/or filter the resulting list
  • Send the final list to an external system via a REST API call
  • In case the REST API call is successful, update the records in the database and mark them as being processed
An iPaaS is a software tool that allows to interconnect various software applications and services. iPaaS emerged as a solution to connect the growing number of disparate software systems available on the market.

PROCESIO is a tool designed to help:
a) Developers and technical teams working on software integration projects
b) Companies and individuals developing integration applications

At the same time, the platform’s versatility makes it ideal also for non-technical founders looking to create integrations across software apps, and for no-code low-code agencies or for individual makers.

1. PROCESIO does not restrict the scope of your integrations through pre-built platform connectors; the Call API action allows users to integrate to any external system exposed through REST APIs.

2. Data is not just transferred from one system to another, it can also be processed so that users can enforce business rules; this can be achieved through actions such as Decisional, Parallelism, For Each, or Sort.

3. Users can configure process variables and custom data types to structure incoming data and process it before sending it to another system or before returning it as process output, positioning PROCESIO as more than an integration tool as it allows more flexibility on how to handle data.

When it comes to integrations, companies have the following choices: a) vendor-built / native integrations, b) third party point-to-point (P2P) connectors and c) self-built integrations.

While native integrations and P2P connectors may be easier to implement and cost-effective upfront, they are static and are not flexible enough to address custom cases or larger business processes.

Self-made integrations built through code and APIs provide the necessary flexibility to address any business permutation, but they are time-consuming to build and require extensive technical support to maintain.

An integration platform like PROCESIO addresses these issues to keep up with the constant changes your team needs when it comes to software integrations and apps.

Users and companies can customize PROCESIO depending on their needs. Please check our Pricing page for an overview of the Plans.

For custom inquiries, please contact us.

Please refer to our documentation page for an overview of the Custom Action feature.

Please refer to our documentation page for an overview of the Call API action.

Please refer to our documentation page for an overview of the Decisional action.

Please refer to our documentation page for an overview of the For Each action.

Technical teams can set up a secure digital sandbox to manage how apps are created and how they connect to external systems.

PROCESIO provides a tenant management solution to set up different permission levels for users. For example, admins can allow only certain users to access mission-critical data, and provide access to sensitive data to other members by request.

By building integrations and apps in a sandboxed digital environment, admins can monitor and control these apps and keep processes and information centralized.

Business or technical teams do not need to resort to 3rd party apps whenever business or market requirements change, instead they can adapt or build new apps internally.

Yes, you can run the platform on both environments.

This feature is on our roadmap and will become available after 2022.
This feature is on our roadmap and will become available after 2022.

PROCESIO will offer predefined connectors to payment services, and you can also create your own custom connectors to any payment service that exposes an API.

Prebuilt templates and also predefined connectors will be available soon.

Currently we do not offer support over the phone but this will become available soon. In the meanwhile you can contact our support team directly via the live chat on the app or on our website.