Your developers have one job on Pandium: to code the configurations of your product integrations. This can be done by a junior developer writing in any common language, often in a few hours. If you have no developer resources, our professional services team can do this for you.
This was an intentional decision because, in our experience, thick third party connectors who define the business logic of integrations frequently fail to meet the needs of customers. In addition, products and APIs are changing faster than ever. With Pandium, you have the agility to update the configurations at any time, in a few hours. With iPaaS's, you have to wait for the third party to update them.
In addition, when you or your tech partner configure the integrations, it establishes a stronger partnership between your team and your tech partner's team. Directing your customers to third party platforms often eliminates any direct relationship between you and your tech partner. Pandium takes care of the infrastructure so you and/or your tech partners can focus on the business logic of integration and seamlessly collaborate on customer support.