The epitome of working smarter, managed integration combines an industry leading platform with a team of data and integration specialists.
The enterprise integration solution that just makes sense.
Managed integration covers everything you need to create connected, trusted data and systems. This can include everything from platform management, data strategy, and infrastructure setup, to integration, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
Unlike traditional iPaaS solutions, that only provide a platform and leave the rest up to you, managed integration includes:
Build and deployment of custom solutions
Ongoing maintenance and improvements
Regular support check-ins
Realize true ROI.
Managed integration simplifies your total cost of ownership by providing the full package: people, process, and technology.
Safe, secure, scalable platform.
Benefit from one of the most secure, robust, and scalable platforms on the market.
Effortless and reliable resourcing.
Integration specialists are costly and hard to find. We’ve got the team you can trust today—and 10 years from now.
Simple, all inclusive costs.
Say goodbye to expensive and unpredictable costs such as licensing, servers, networking, and security.
The shift is happening across every industry. Leaders are starting to think about integrations as they do infrastructure: a costly and complicated business component that needs to be rethought.
The rise of cloud computing and managed services are setting a clear path ahead.
—Jeff Bosken, Director Finance and Administration, World Bicycle Relief
Managed integration helps you move from legacy platforms with ease.
We know migrating from a legacy platform is never “easy”. Managed integration allows you to offload the burden and complexity of legacy integration onto someone else.
Migrate from legacy SaaS platforms.
With the proliferation of cloud computing came a SaaS integration boom. These legacy SaaS integration platforms such as BizTalk, TIBCO, IBM Integration Bus, and Red Hat Fuse were helpful in solving simple connections.
However, effectively connecting our ever-expanding ecosystem is proving to be expensive, complex, and time-consuming. On top of this, many organizations lack the skilled IT staff to maintain each integration, resulting in clunky, inefficient systems and unreliable data.
Managed integration grows with your system complexity. With ongoing support, updates, and enhancements, you can rest easy knowing you’ll always have an elegant system you can trust.
Move from on-prem to the cloud.
In this digital age, we’re continuing to see a shift from on-prem systems to the cloud. And the benefits are well documented: increased efficiency, improved collaborative, greater business agility, easier data-driven decision making—the list goes on.
But embracing a cloud strategy can be an overwhelming task for organizations steeped in the tradition of on-prem integration and data storage.
Managed integration allows you to offload this burden and modernize your systems, the right way.
Alleviate point-to-point complexity.
Point-to-point integration may seem easier and cheaper upfront, but complexity and costs can significantly increase over time. We’ve all seen (or heard horror stories) of those “duct-tape” solutions that have been haphazardly patched together over many years. Often managed by one to two IT veterans.
But what happens when that knowledge is lost and the connections inevitably break? Data is lost, inefficiencies grow, and costs increase. Your systems become too complex to manage—an integration blackbox.
If you were starting a business today, you likely wouldn’t consider a data center or managing your own servers or software applications. However, many organizations still choose to take on an integration middleware platform, requiring costly licenses and a specialized team to build, administer, and maintain it.
Managed integration offers a better path to modernizing systems and connecting your mission-critical data.
Unpredictable, hidden, and escalating costs to consider.
Annual license fee
IT and integration staff
Training and certification
Error handling and problem resolution
Monitoring and alerting
Source code management
Forced security updates
Resource constraints (vacation/rehire)
Rising core costs
Costs to consider
$150K-$300K USD annually
simple, all-inclusive pricing.
Dedicated team of specialists
Ongoing monitoring and resolution
Ongoing maintenance, upgrades, security patches, etc.
$41,200 USD annually (NFP Price)
What does Middleware really cost you?
Middleware vs. fully managed integration
$25k-$100k+ (per month)
One specialized resource
Propel Integration Partners
Dedicated team of specialists
Proactive monitoring and incident resolution
Ongoing maintenance and patching
Find the sweet spot with Propel Integration Partners.
Remove the burden of integration complexity with North America’s leading managed integration offering. We’ll handle everything, creating a custom data solution that not only solves your challenges, but propels modernization.
Creating a connected campus with managed integration
A connected campus is when an institution has implemented technologies and solutions that enable students, faculty, and administrators to seamlessly collaborate, communicate, and access information from any location, at any time, using any device.