Top 7 Boomi Alternatives in 2023

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With Boomi, IT managers can spend more time on innovation and minimal on maintenance through integration and automation. It connects SaaS apps faster with its pre-built integrations and automates manual workflows like provisioning and deprovisioning

However, it has certain limitations, such as an inefficient navigation functionality, due to which you need to look for other suitable options.

Boomi is a low-code platform that enables your IT teams to connect, automate, and manage IT processes. It is designed for all business sizes and offers a wide range of capabilities, including data integration, application integration, and B2B/EDI management. 

Despite its multiple benefits, it lags behind due to certain limitations, such as it has limited features, it doesn’t offer a plug-and-play option to integrate directly with other platforms like Salesforce with a single click. 

However, it's not a compulsion to continue with one tool; as an IT manager, you can always consider opting for a substitute to avail of full features that will cater to your IT team's specific needs. So, in this blog, we'll provide you with a list of alternative tools that can be a more suitable option than Boomi.

Top 7 Boomi Alternatives

Below is a list of a few Boomi alternatives that will help your IT teams streamline the workflow through automation and integration. 

1. Zluri

Zluri home page

Zluri, an automation and integration platform, enables your IT teams to connect various SaaS applications and seamlessly automate workflows. Let's say your team wants to automate the provisioning process. So, how do Zluri's automation and integration capabilities come into help?

Zluri integrates with your HRMS (Human Resource Management System) platform, such as Workday or BambooHR. So whenever a new hire joins, the details related to the employee, including the new hire's name, role, department, and position, will get updated on Zluri’s centralized dashboard from where your IT teams can gather the data to use it during provisioning.

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Further, with Zluri, your IT team can trigger actions to automate the onboarding process whenever a new employee joins and grant them access to all the SaaS applications that they require to start their work with just a few clicks. For example, all the new joiners need to have access to Slack for communication purposes and to get all the updates through its channels. 

So how zluri will do that? With Zluri, you create an onboarding workflow by clicking on “new workflow.”

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Select the users, you can even select multiple users. 

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Further, based on the user's role, designation, and position you get a “recommendation app”, there you can select Slack or any application that you wish to grant access to, once you select Slack, you will get “in-app suggestion” you can send them invites to channels by adding recommended actions. 

Further, you can edit action and enter the required details. This allows you to schedule the action to run the workflow upon new employee onboarding day. Once done, click on Add Task.

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Now all you need to do is click on “run” or save in the “playbook” for future use. You can view the status of the workflow on the recent run tab. 

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Furthermore, you can set triggers ‘when,’ ‘conditions’, and ‘then’ actions present in the “automation rule” tab, this will automatically grant the new hires access to Slack based on the triggers that you set. 

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With Zluri, you can grant access to multiple employees at a time and can also re-use the same workflow multiple times and even customize it as per your requirements. By automating the workflow, you can not only improve employee experience by eliminating waiting period but also your IT team’s efficiency by automating repetitive IT tasks.  

Zluri doesn't stop here; you can similarly create offboarding workflow by clicking on new workflow and then select users that you want to offboard.

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Further, you can trigger actions and schedule the onboarding workflow. Once you are done editing actions you can directly run the workflow will allow your team to automatically revoke all the access and deactivate/suspend accounts upon an employee's departure. You can even save it as a playbook for future use and view the status of the same on the “recent tab”. 

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To discover how Zluri's automation and integration features can revolutionize your organization, book a demo and experience it for yourself.

Pros 

  • Zluri provides more than 800 API integrations, and you can add custom integrations into your system with a turnaround time of 36 hours

  • The platform enables you to set up conditional triggers to automate complex IT processes, saving your IT teams productive time and efforts by eliminating manual, error-prone IT processes 

Customer Rating 

  • G2: 4.8/5

  • Capterra: 4.9/5

2. Ceilgo

celigo

 Ceilgo provides automation and integration solutions for your IT teams to streamline your everyday IT tasks. It also allows your IT teams to create custom integration solutions using drag-and-drop features, advanced script, and coding. 

Further, it mitigates challenges that occur due to disconnected applications, such as it leads to lack of visibility, silos, and errors, so it automates and integrates processes allowing everyone to attain the required data at the right time to make better decisions. Also, reduces manual data entry and improves data accuracy by automating the data flow between their various systems. 

Pros 

  • Ceilgo offers built-in integrations applications for quick setup that enables your IT teams to eliminate manual IT tasks and streamline the workflow

  • Enables real-time data syncing and updates between systems that help you in keeping track of the IT process status

Cons

  • It requires high-level coding for complex types of projects, so if your IT team is no expert in coding, they might face issues in automating and integrating complex IT processes. As a result, you need to outsource experts to deal with it by making additional investments 

  • The error message prompt during sync failure isn’t very helpful, as it fails to make your team understand what actually went wrong. Thus, consuming a lot of time figuring out the exact problem. 

Customer Rating 

  • G2: 4.6/5

  • Capterra: 4.7/5

3. Workato

workato

Workato is a cloud-based automation and integration tool that allows your IT teams to connect, integrate, and automate end-to-end apps, data, and processes. It provides pre-built connectors that allow you to start integrating immediately. 

It offers 1000s of connectors for the apps you use every day, including NetSuite, Salesforce, IT platforms such as Jira, and ServiceNow, HR tools like Workday, and everything in between. Also, you get the ability to create your own connectors by making use of its simple SDK. 

Furthermore, you can set instructions to automate complex workflows, describing how you want apps to work together and interact with the systems. You get access to a library of 500,000 recipes enabling you to create automation in your own environment quickly. 

Pros 

  • App actions are well organized in the data pill, enabling your IT teams to map data for different integrations. This saves time and boosts your team's productivity

  • Workato offers your team a community library where developers publish various automation that they can use for the workflow, allowing them to automate their IT tasks without needing to code

Cons

  • It has limited ability to organize tables and message templates which restricts your team's capability to customize it as needed 

  • At times, the complex integration is not very clear, and your team might end up consuming a lot of time to understand the flow

Customer Rating 

  • G2: 4.7/5

  • Capterra: 4.7/5

4. Tray.io

Tray.io

Tray.io is a low-code automation platform that helps your IT team streamline workflow through integration and automation. It utilizes a comprehensive connector library for sales, marketing, finance apps, service, AWS, SQL/NoSQL, and Azure, and all are accessible via plug-and-play. Further, it quickly creates automation or integration for any IT operations need, like it launches workflow for any app event, trigger, webhook, or API call, for totally responsive automation.   

Pros 

  • Tray.io provides your IT team with an extensive library of connectors, and within a workflow, it's easy to move connectors around, and they can even connect connectors to each other. This helps them simplify and automate complex workflows

  • It is a user-friendly and stable platform that helps simplify complex data integration / ETL tasks by providing a transparent, reliable glue layer between systems. This helps in improving your IT team’s productivity and efficiency 

Cons

  • It is difficult to interpret failed steps in a workflow when it fails to run or shows an error. As a result, your team ends up spending hours determining where the actual error has occurred

  • It doesn’t provide your team with the feature to select multiple steps within a workflow simultaneously, rather, they have to move them individually, which consumes more time

Customer Rating 

  • G2: 4.6/5

  • Capterra: 4.9/5 

5. Snaplogic

Snaplogic

Snaplogic is a no-code/low-code iPaaS platform that includes 700 plus of Snaps (pre-built connectors), making code-free integration possible and allowing your IT teams easily gain control of app sprawl and keep them in sync. 

Further, it automates your IT processes, such as employee onboarding, invoice processing, and more, enabling your team to eliminate manual data entry and focus on identifying process improvements and gathering insights for a seamless workflow. It also allows automating the entire ecosystem of apps, databases, APIs, devices, and more. 

Pros 

  • Snaplogic’s process monitoring functionality is both robust and simple to use. This makes monitoring executions of integrations, performing analysis, and troubleshoot execution hiccups easier

  • SnapLogic allows anyone with a basic understanding of coding and analytical skills to perform complex integrations and automate workflow

  • With a low-code approach, a functioning integration can be created quickly, without the need for advanced programming knowledge

Cons

  • The dashboard takes a lot of time to refresh. For instance, if you want to check the executions from 1 month ago, it will take time to view the results and has a possibility to crash and not view the wanted executions at all. Then you need to refresh the page again; this wastes a lot of productive time

  • Error messages can be quite complex and challenging to comprehend. In that case, your team has to spend extra hours to understand them properly, and then only they will be able to fix the occurred issue/bug 

Customer Rating 

  • G2: 4.2/5

  • Capterra: 4.4/5

6. Zapier

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Zapier helps your IT team automate workflows by connecting apps and services. Zapier enables you to handle more than 2000 automatic tasks for different platforms. You can create automated workflows called Zaps, which, when activated, run actions whenever a trigger event occurs. For example, Zapier automatically sends a custom tweet after you've published a post.

Pros 

  • To create a zap, your team doesn’t need to know coding. Thus, you can create zaps and use them to automate and integrate workflow

  • Zapier eliminates the need for manual data entry and minimizes errors by enabling seamless integration of various apps and services

Cons

  • Limitations in triggering action features, it's difficult to add actions to a list and execute them in a single step which makes automating multi-step IT tasks challenging

  • If you are looking for a budget-friendly tool than Zapier is not the one, as it’s paid plan is expensive for what it does, as compared to other tools which offer the same features at a lower price

  • Sometimes, a Zap will break in the middle of automating workflow or lose connection. This disrupts and delays the IT process 

Customer Rating 

  • G2: 4.5/5

  • Capterra: 4.7/5

7. Integrately

Integrately

Integrately enables your IT team to connect different software tools for automating your complex IT processes. For example, you can use Integrately to connect Trello to automatically send TextMagic notifications whenever a new card is created in Trello. 

The platform provides 8 million+ readily available automation options for over 900 applications. Your team can easily integrate with the platform as it has an efficient, user-friendly UI.

Pros 

  • Integrately offers pre-built integrations with more than 475 software applications in different categories, including email marketing, SMS marketing, accounting, live chat, and more. This will help automate the workflows, increasing efficiency and reducing the need for manual intervention.

  • It enables you to set up various forms of automation in under a minute, allowing you quickly run actions to automate workflows seamlessly 

Cons

  • Limitation in integration functionality. For instance, it doesn't have a proper Zoom integration, due to which, if you host a Zoom meeting, you won’t be having the emails of individuals who attended the meeting 

  • Its notification system might trouble you a bit. In cases where an integration fails to work, it sends an alert which you can’t turn off, leading to inconvenience. 

Customer Rating 

  • G2: 4.7/5

  • Capterra: 4.2/5

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