Supports seamless integration of JAGGAER One Autonomous Commerce platform with customer IT landscapes including global ERP vendors and data service providers
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
JAGGAER, the global leader in Autonomous Commerce today announced an agreement with Workato, the leading automation and integration platform as a service (iPaaS) provider. The partnership will make it easy to connect with certified Workato connectors for enterprise software from vendors like NetSuite, Oracle, SAP, Workday and Microsoft, as well as custom applications, databases, and data feeds such as Dun & Bradstreet, in an efficient and accelerated manner without the need for technical assistance.
Workato was recently named a Leader in the Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for iPaaS for the fifth year running. It provides prebuilt connectors and “recipes” for integration between different complex software environments. By contrast, custom integrations normally require considerable resources, time, and effort.
“We are absolutely thrilled with this agreement. Extensibility is one of the core precepts behind our vision of Autonomous Commerce,” commented Dawn Andre, Chief Product Officer, JAGGAER.
“Together with our own robust set of public APIs for key business objects, we’re offering customers many flexible options for extending the reach of JAGGAER applications across the wider IT landscape, with faster time to value and less reliance on IT resources.”
“Businesses shouldn’t be stuck with data silos or project backlogs due to lengthy implementations and the use of expensive specialists,” said Vijay Tella, Co-founder and CEO at Workato.
“Workato preset recipes will offer wall-to-wall automations and integrations with JAGGAER to create seamless, automated, and enhanced source-to-pay solutions. With Workato’s embedded platform, the JAGGAER team is now able to readily access over 1,000 third-party app connectors, address their customer’s integration needs at a faster pace, and do it in a cost-effective manner.”
Workato enables a wide range of integrations including connections to specific, localized data feeds between JAGGAER and ESG or supplier risk data vendors, as well as well-known enterprise software suites. Workato already has an extensive library of connectors for this purpose. However, if one does not exist, JAGGAER or one of its SI partners can create new recipes in Workato, which can then be reused by other customers.
“Workato provides a low-code interface that simply intermediates the APIs on both sides, and because everything is done with a preset recipe, our customer organizations will benefit and see value immediately,” Andre said.
JAGGAER SI partner Velocity Procurement will provide a Workato connection between JAGGAER and Oracle.
Velocity Executive Vice President Michael Jasper commented, “We’re delighted to offer JAGGAER customers who utilize Oracle the opportunity to integrate the two flexibly, with no effort or delay on their part.”
JAGGAER can host Workato recipes to provide integrations on behalf of any of its customers worldwide. JAGGAER SI partners will also have direct access to the recipes without any need to host them separately.
More information on the Workato service is available from JAGGAER.