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Integrating to SaaS Software Using Connectors Due to advancement in technology in this twenty-first century, there is a high rise of software as a service software. Software as a service is an approach of selling software only based on clients’ demands. This is to mean that a software offering the functionalities of sales, marketing and inventory control, for instance, will not offer all the three functions to clients if the clients have no need for such services. In this case, a client who is only interested in sales and marketing services will only purchase those two functions and hence not have to pay for the third service of inventory control. For software as a service approach, clients are usually permitted access to the services they consider necessary once they login to a system. Because of this nature of this kind of software, such software is usually cloud based and therefore the client doesn’t need to incur infrastructural costs of hosting the software. Software that is hosted on the cloud has, however, a big drawback. The disadvantage is that they are not readily integrable to systems which are not hosted on the cloud. Because of this, non-cloud based systems must be integrated to those systems. Usually, integration of such software comes in the form of what we call connectors. Connectors have the main work of extending a system’s usability through software integration. There are several types of connectors that can extend the functions of a software such as e-commerce connectors, payroll connectors and many others. Integration through connectors can be done through the two main ways of one, custom created connectors and two, through cloud-based integrations.
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Custom made connectors are usually created by software developers who need not necessarily be the designers of the software to be integrated. The connectors help in solving needs which are specific to a user and as such, those needs were never considered by the vendor of the software. Although custom made connectors solve a lot of integration needs, they are usually cost intensive and are hardly scalable. Also, they are not easy to maintain since they require to be updated regularly in order to remain relevant.
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Cloud based integration works on the approach of bringing together many software developers who come up with connectors for sharing with clients. Since the developers who come together are usually very many and therefore their pool of knowledge, they are able to come up a rich library of tested, hardened and reliable connectors that can handle very many customer needs. Connectors made for cloud integrations are usually meant to do away with the disadvantages custom made connectors bring. This is because cloud-based connectors are usually inexpensive and very scalable and as a result, they handle more integration scenarios for customers as opposed to custom made connectors. Furthermore, cloud-based connectors are easier to maintain that custom made connectors.