Flowgear pricing and service levels

Affordable enterprise-grade platform for large corporates & mid-sized businesses

Our all-in plans provide the most transparent pricing for iPaaS based on the number of active workflows you need. Simply select the plan that works for your business – there are no hidden consumption costs.

One platform to grow your business, ​Flowgear is the perfect choice for organizations wanting to achieve accelerated integration without the cost and complexity of a software project or on-premises middleware deployment.

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Service levels & professional services

Service Level Agreements

All Flowgear plans come standard with our Silver SLA. Gold and Platinum SLAs are available at an additional cost.

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.


Break down data silos, integrate apps on-premise & in the cloud

Build, manage and integrate APIs from a single interface

Automate manual, repetitive & time-consuming tasks

Boost productivity, profitability & customer experience


Hundreds of prebuilt APIs, connectors and workflows

Realtime workflow processing

Full API access

Unlimited connectors usage & stored workflows


Create workflows using our drag and drop workflow designer

No coding required

Instant access to on-premise apps with our DropPoint tool

Easily map data fields between applications


Affordable and scalable pricing plans

All-in pricing - no hidden or additional usage charges

Suitable for companies of all sizes

Comprehensive SLAs

Frequently asked questions

What is an active and stored workflow?

Active workflows are measured as the number of workflows that are running concurrently at a given time. Stored Workflows are the number of integration workflows that have been created under an account including top-level and sub-workflows.

What if I cannot find the connector I need?

If you don’t see the connector for the app or service you need, please contact 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.

What is a task?

Tasks are the number of steps that execute across all workflows, measured per month.

What is a site?

Sites can be used to provide isolation between end-customers or business units. Sites can also be provisioned into different geographical regions to ensure best performance based on the location of the endpoints.

Assets such as endpoint connections and workflows are associated with a specific site.

Most organizations use a single site regardless of the geographic locations of their services or apps. However, some choose to split integration workloads into separate sites in order to isolate them from each other, typically according to the workflow function.

What are “free” professional services?

Flowgear operates a professional services team to help organizations get the most out of their investment.

Each plan includes a fixed number of free professional services hours (an industry first) which can be used for ad-hoc assistance, consulting and training and includes ability to log tickets or request telephonic or screen share support.

Additional Professional Services can also be purchased on an adhoc basis.

What is release management?

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.

Apply formal release management process to high-impact integrations by enforcing promotion of a workflow version through a series of environments.

What is revision management?

Revision management enable developers to view previous versions of workflows and optionally re-use them.

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.

What is role-based access?

Control access to Flowgear resources like workflows and connections at a custom container level rather than across an entire Flowgear site.

Should you build or buy a software integration solution?

By using the Flowgear integration platform, businesses can focus on the systems that are critical for internal and customer success and leave all the complex integration and automation issues to us!

What developers should consider

Modern organizations depend heavily on an increasing array of apps, systems and services to operate efficiently and grow their businesses but sharing data between them is one of the biggest challenges facing IT today.

Hand-coded, point-to-point integrations are expensive to implement, non-sustainable and uneconomical to maintain, while the traditional Enterprise Service Bus-approach requires substantial up-front planning and results in an inflexible solution.

Flowgear’s internationally renowned platform enables organisations of all sizes to build powerful Application, Data and API integrations whether they’re in the cloud or on-premise, all from a single interface.

By buying an integration solution rather than building, you as the developer enable greater interoperability between legacy systems and new digital technologies, and enable the organization to implement component-oriented solutions rather than monolithic ones.

The business IT landscape is changing and becoming more distributed, so you need to have an integration solution that is adaptable; hand coded systems usually are written for a limited scope of work and don’t lend themselves to quick reliable changes.

By investing in an integration solution you are driving business value by providing opportunities for the business to change more quickly. 

The integration of the systems enables the process to work faster without errors, which is essentially table stakes these days.