On Demand Webinar
Intro to Ecommerce Integrations: Build a Flow with Celigo Integrator.io
In this session, we walk through how to build an integration flow with Celigo integrator.io. This session is good for all users (business or technical) whether you are new to integrator.io or want a refresh. During the demonstration, our Solutions Consultant walks through a common use case for ecommerce companies: connecting an ecommerce platform to a logistics provider. This is a great opportunity to see our new user experience in action.
Thousands of ecommerce companies rely on Celigo’s integration platform to enable smoother, more efficient operations with fewer technical resources. With Celigo’s library of pre-built temples and connectors you can get started quickly and expand.
Topics discussed include:
- An introduction to the Celigo integrator.io (new User Interface)
- Overview of templates, application, and universal connectors
- Live demo: building an integration flow
- Overview of Advanced Capabilities
Full Webinar Transcript
About The Speaker
Adel has a software engineering background. He joined Celigo in 2019 having spent the last 10 years within the Enterprise Application Integration space, with a particular focused on Service-Oriented Architectures. Adel began his career as an integration developer in 2009, working at a large IT consulting firm, building integrations using Oracle technologies within several industry verticals. A few years later, he also began working with small businesses developing their online presence by creating web-based applications for various purposes. Today, Adel’s primary role is that of Solutions Engineer, supporting organisations in their journey to the cloud, focusing on the use of cloud platforms (PaaS) for their App Integration, App Development and API Management needs.
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Celigo automates your quote-to-cash process with an easy & reusable integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS), trusted by thousands of eCommerce and SaaS companies worldwide.
Use it now and later to expedite integration work without adding more data silos, specialized technical skillsets or one-off projects.