Straightforward embedded iPaaS pricing. Plans designed to fit any B2B software company, any integration scenario, at any scale.
Explore the platform and enable up to four integration instances. Free forever.
Build and deploy all the integrations your customers need.
Everything in Free, plus:
Enterprise-grade features and a package designed to fit your business.
Everything in Professional, plus:
Intuitive Integration Designer
Embedded Integration Marketplace
Integration Deployment & Support
Tools To Fit The Way You Build Software
With Prismatic, we’re able to deliver integrations in far less time while streamlining our engineering effort. Prismatic has given us the ability to more widely build integrations across our teams. It has also allowed our customer-facing teams to handle customer-specific deployment.
Engineering Manager at Raven Industries
Prismatic beautifully supports the model we wanted: technical support staff configure new instances of known integrations; software engineers get involved when there's something new; support staff can monitor what's happening day-to-day. Meanwhile, we can focus engineering cycles on adding value for our customers.
SVP Products and Technology at ShotSpotter
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to enter a credit card?
No, you do not need to enter a credit card to sign up for our Free Plan or the free trial of our Professional Plan. If you trial the Professional Plan and do not enter billing details before the end of the trial period, you'll be moved to the Free Plan.
How is Prismatic different from other integration platforms or workflow automation tools?
Most integration platforms on the market help teams automate their own workflows by connecting the applications used within their own business. Prismatic is an embedded integration platform designed specifically for B2B software companies who need to build integrations and provide a first-class integration experience for their customers. That leads to some key differences, including:
- Prismatic integrations can be deployed to multiple customers, each with their own configuration and credentials
- Prismatic supports integrating with niche systems that vary widely technically
- Prismatic fits smoothly into software teams' existing infrastructure and processes
- Prismatic includes an embeddable integration marketplace experience that you can provide to customers
Who uses Prismatic? Engineering teams, or less technical teams?
Prismatic enables customers and customer-facing teams to easily configure and deploy integrations as well as to support, monitor, and troubleshoot them in production.
Non-dev integration builders can create many integrations in Prismatic without engineering involvement. When you require a piece of logic or a connector that's highly specific to your product or industry, developers can write reusable custom components that anyone can include in an integration, empowering non-dev team members to build exactly the integrations your customers need.
Prismatic's CLI and fully exposed API give Development and DevOps teams full power to interact with everything in the platform, and to incorporate Prismatic into existing systems such as source control, CI/CD, unit testing, and incident management.
What kind of integrations can you build using Prismatic?
Prismatic supports integrations ranging from simple and standard to complex, bespoke, and vertical-specific. Teams use it to build integrations between applications of all kinds, SaaS or legacy, with or without a modern API, regardless of protocol or data format. Here are some example use cases:
- Use job data from your system to create invoices in your customers' ERP.
- Import and process data from third-party forms that vary significantly from customer to customer.
- Email activity summary reports with parameters and intervals defined on a per-customer basis.
What is the difference between an "integration" and an "instance"?
An integration is an automated workflow that connects your product with other applications or services your customers use. You assemble an integration by combining components. Integrations are reusable, so that they can be deployed to one or more customers without duplication of effort.
An instance is a deployment of an integration to a customer. Instances allow you to configure and manage integrations on a customer-specific basis, accounting for each customer's unique credentials, configuration variables, monitoring and alerting needs, and so on.
What are components, and where can I find a list of available components?
Components are assembled to create integrations. Each component in an integration handles a step of the integration's functionality, such as connecting to a third-party application, interacting with a resource such as a REST API or SFTP server, mapping fields, transforming data, or handling logic such as branching or looping. Components reduce the effort of building integrations by providing out-of-the-box functionality without writing bespoke code. Browse our list of available components here.
In addition to a growing library of pre-built components, Prismatic features robust custom component support, giving you the power to build exactly the connector or logic you need for any integration scenario. View our custom component SDK here.
What if a component I need isn't currently available?
We're also constantly growing our catalog of built-in components, so please reach out and let us know what you're looking for!
Do your plans really include unlimited team members, customers, integrations, and components?
Yes. All plans allow you to create as many team members (users from your organization), customers, customer users, and integrations as you like. The primary factor used for billing is the number of enabled instances.
How are instances calculated?
If you create seven different integrations and enable all seven for one customer, you have seven enabled instances. If you create one integration and enable it for seven different customers, you also have seven enabled instances.
What are Prismatic's standard subscription terms?
Our standard terms apply to the Free and Professional Plans and can be found here. If you have specific needs not met by the standard terms, talk to us about custom terms as part of an Enterprise Plan.
What is Prismatic's acceptable use policy?
Our acceptable use policy sets per-instance usage limits and was designed to prevent misuse or unduly burdensome use of the platform. It can be found here. These limits have been set at high levels that we believe are unlikely to be reached. However, if you have a use case that requires higher limits, we'd love to hear about it.
Is Prismatic secure?
At Prismatic, we take the security of your data very seriously. We ensure that your data remains encrypted at all times, both in transit and at rest, and we never sell or rent your data to third parties. Our SOC 2 certification provides third-party validation that we manage our customers' data with the highest standard of security and compliance. Visit our Security page to learn more about the practices, policies, and procedures we use to ensure that your data is handled securely.
Can I cancel my subscription? What happens if I stop using Prismatic?
Yes, you can cancel your subscription at any time. Your final month's invoice will be pro-rated.
We understand that your integration, customer, and instance data is important to you. That's why we make it available to you via our API and CLI and provide ways to integrate it with your development toolchain, including source control. Further, for organizations on paid plans, we make your content available for you to download at no additional cost if you request it within thirty days after the date of termination or expiration.
What if I have questions that aren't answered here?