Pricing

Best in class pricing for light workloads. Superior performance for heavy workloads.

Base


$749/mo

10

Unlimited

5 Million

7 days

2

20

10 hours valued at $1 500

Included

Add-on Available

Unlimited

1

Unlimited

Standard


$1 499/mo

25

Unlimited

10 Million

30 days

4

50

25 hours valued at $3 750

Included

Add-on Available

Unlimited

2

Unlimited

Premium


$2 999/mo

50

Unlimited

20 Million

60 days

8

100

50 hours valued at $7 500

Included

Add-on Available

Unlimited

5

Unlimited

Enterprise

from
$5 999/mo

100

Unlimited

40 Million

180 days

16

Unlimited

75 hours valued at $11 250

Included

Add-on Available

Add-on Available

Unlimited

Unlimited

Unlimited

Available

Service Level Agreements

Base

Included

$225/mo

Standard

Included

$450/mo

Premium

Included

$900/mo

Enterprise

Included

$1 800/mo

$3 899/mo

Professional Services

Need help building integrations? Flowgear operates a Professional Services team to help organizations that don’t have the time or skills to create or manage integrations. Services include project definition, creating and implementing integration workflows, and support on an existing integrations

Read about how our Professional Services work

25 Hours

$ 310/mo

25 hours of Professional Services per year

50 Hours

$ 595/mo

50 hours of Professional Services per year

100 Hours

$ 1 125/mo

100 hours of Professional Services per year

FAQs

What is a Workflow?

A Workflow in Flowgear is the sequence of steps to perform an integration – typically it involves pulling data from a source, then some data transformation or validation, and finishing by pushing the data into a target system. Flowgear workflows are created in the Flowgear Console which includes a visual designer for building and maintaining integrations.

For example, an integration that takes customer and order data from Salesforce, and loads that data as accounts and orders into Sage One, would comprise two workflows – one for customers/accounts, the other for orders.

Once design of a Workflow is complete, it can be activated in one of three ways:

  • On-Demand by an end-user signing into the Console and running it
  • Always-On Workflows contain a trigger and once turned on will activate whenever the trigger condition is met
  • Via API – Workflows can be bound to a URL enabling them to be invoked as REST API’s from third party apps

What is a Site?

A Site provides isolation between our clients. Assets such as endpoint connections and Workflows are associated with a specific Site. User roles are also managed per Site.

Most organisations use only a single Site regardless of geographic locations of services and apps. However, some choose to split integration workfloads into separate Sites in order to isolate them from each other, typically according to Workflow function.

Can I purchase additional support?

Yes – Please get in touch with us to discuss an appropriately sized support plan.

Also, if your organisation doesn’t have developers available to create the solutions you need, you can engage the Flowgear Professional Services team to have the integrations built for you.

I can't find the Connector I need

If you don’t see the Connector for the app or service you need, please get in touch with us.

In most instances, it’s also not necessary to have a Product Connector in order to integrate. For example, Connectors such as Web Request can be used to integrate via a RESTful API or the SQL Database Connectors can be used to query information directly.

If you’re a developer, we’ve also made it very easy to build your own Connectors.

How does Revision Management work?

Every time a Workflow is saved, the Workflow revision number is incremented and the old version is retained. Developers are able to view either the current (head) revision or browse back to prior versions. Read more about Revision Management.

How does Release Management work?

Release Management allows developers to control when Workflows are promoted to a different Flowgear Environment. This capability allows enhancements to be made to existing Workflows within a Test Environment so as not to disrupt Production use. Combined with Revision Management, it is also possible to roll back to earlier versions of a Workflow when needed. Read more about Release Management.

As a developer, why should I use Flowgear rather than hand-coding integrations?

As a developer, your most precious resource is time. With Flowgear, you will drastically reduce the time to develop, deploy and maintain integrations, freeing you to focus your time and effort on the apps you’re building rather than the integrations it needs to support.

To find out more, read Should you Build or Buy a software integration solution.