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Genasys adds Flowgear to its eco-system

04 August 2020 Genasys Technologies

Partnership enables zero coding integrations with SKi® platform

Genasys Technologies can now enable super-fast zero-coding integration of its Ski® platform with the addition of Flowgear to its ecosystem.

Flowgear’s iPaaS platform (Integration Platform as a Service) enables organisations of all sizes to build powerful application, data and API integrations in minutes, not months.

Craig Olivier, chief technical officer at Genasys Technologies, comments: “Our ecosystem allows our insurance industry clients to truly leverage the power of insurtech to manage their businesses better, and deliver products and services that meet the changing needs of today’s consumers. However, while we can now offer them a huge array of options to create the solution they’re looking for, integrating different systems and APIs with our SKi® platform can still be a headache.

“Bringing Flowgear into our ecosystem changes that. With hundreds of pre-built connectors, their no-code platform does all the heavy lifting and while their drag-and-drop visual designer makes it easy for anyone to create, edit and manage integrations and workflows with SKi® including apps that don’t have an API. This will deliver massive efficiencies and enable clients to build their own migrations to our platform. It’s a game-changer for us.”

Active in Europe, Africa and the United States, Flowgear can support Genasys clients around the world.

Daniel Chilcott, Flowgear founder and CEO, says: “Modern organisations are using more apps and services than ever but sharing data between them is one of the biggest challenges. Speed is of the essence – and Genasys get that. The ability to build and implement solutions fast is key to their business and so we jumped at the opportunity to underpin their ecosystem as an efficiency partner.”

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[b] Implement industry standards for non-advice information
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