Mapping The Integration Network Between The Best SaaS Solutions

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This interactive graphic of 96 hand-picked SaaS programs in 14 of the most popular categories determines which ones are optimized for integration and which play poorly with others.

For any business, finding the right software solutions can be the difference between getting things done efficiently and getting bogged down with an endless to-do list and limited resources. Thanks to advancements in cloud computing, digital resources that once required excessive upfront investments are now more readily accessible to business stakeholders than ever before.

From the way companies respond to customer needs and enhance collaboration among their teams to increasing access to new markets regardless of geographical constraints, software-as-a-service (SaaS) programs aren’t just helping businesses meet the challenges of their marketplaces – they’re enabling them in bold new ways.

Of course, when it comes to finding the right SaaS solutions, evaluating compatibility with existing capabilities can be the difference between success and failure. To help businesses reduce the trial and error of finding programs that work effectively together “out of the box” (or find solutions that work with what they may already have in place), SelectHub hand-picked 96 SaaS programs in 14 of the most popular categories today to determine which ones are optimized for integration and which play poorly with others. This evaluation was confined to programs exactly as they come out of the box and without any additional customizations. Their results reveal a trend that’s rapidly realigning the SaaS industry. In today’s market, software needs to connect to compete.

SaaS Integrations

The problem with software integrations is that they aren’t universal. It is far too common an occurrence to find two programs that would provide greater value if only they could integrate. This makes integration a key requirement when searching for software. After all, what’s the point in purchasing a new vendor if it doesn’t play nice with your other systems?

That’s why SelectHub set out to help with this issue. They researched connections between many of today’s market leaders and mapped them out in an interactive graphic. If you’re looking to upgrade your BI, CRM, CMMS, ERP, or another system, this is a great place to start.


Graphic via SelectHub



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