Spend less time on integration creation, maintenance and support.

Pandium automatically manages authentication, rate limiting, logging, versioning, and hosting so you can spend more time on your core product.

You handle ETL. We manage everything else.

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Leave integration DevOps and maintenance to us

Build once and reuse

Don't waste time building similar integrations over and over. Build reusable integrations with our Integration Hub and Integration Development Kit and deploy to many customers.

Use your existing processes

Pandium connects to all major repositories, including Github, Gitlab, Azure DevOps, and Bitbucket. Program integration configurations in any common language, including Python, JavaScript, Java, Ruby, and Go.

Offload DevOps, support, and management

Non-dev teams can easily view logs and manage your customers' integration configurations, deployment, and even version updates without technical assistance.

Feature Highlights

Expert handling of auth, versioning, and rate limiting

Tackle authentication with our pre-built connectors and set default configurations. Our API clients ensure seamless interaction with APIs while optimizing throughput.

Build using your existing tools

Connect Pandium to your repository and develop integrations locally. Don't waste anymore time on boilerplate code or constantly referencing API docs with our Integration Development Kit.

Automate release management

Release management and versioning options make it easy to update your integrations and track changes.

“We really like that Pandium is code-first. We can get the code rather than rely on a black box system.”

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Pandium's Integration Development Kit (IDK)

The Pandium IDK supports engineers with everything they need to rapidly interact with APIs and code integration business logic, while the Integration Hub manages the infrastructure required to efficiently launch and manage integrations.

Get support throughtout the entire integration lifecycle

Code & connect

Connect Pandium to your repository to automate building, releases, and versioning. Use the Pandium IDK to quickly interact with APIs and code the business logic for an integration once.

Authenticate & configure

Sync and configuration options are surfaced within Pandium's UI. We handle the authentication.

Launch & reuse

Specify what flows or integration versions to deploy to your users. Reuse connectors, versions, and configurations to launch future integrations faster.

Support & scale

Customer-facing teams can add tenants, view sync history, change configurations, and run manual syncs. Optionally, offer a self-serve marketplace for end-users to discover, install, and manage their syncs and configurations.

Even more features

Safely develop and test integrations

As a Pandium customer, you'll have access to your own dedicated sandbox account for development and testing your integrations. Integrations developed here can also be easily migrated to production.

Safe & secure

We'll never share or sell your data. We only collect necessary integration information and make it accessible to you behind a secure login via activity logs.

Full visibility for customer-facing teams

Your non-technical support team can login and help customers troubleshoot their integrations — no need for engineer involvement. They can see sync history, help change configurations, and run a manual sync for users.
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Some of the most common questions we get asked. Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Browse all FAQs.
How long does it take to learn to use Pandium?
About three days. Other tools can take 6+ weeks!
Who owns the code I create?
You do! Program your business logic inside your own repository and maintain ownership of all the code you write.
What programming languages do you support?
Pandium is a language-agnostic platform. You can write integrations in any common language, including Clojure, Go, Java, Javascript, PHP, Python, Ruby, and more.
Does Pandium need a public API to work?
No, we can use public or private APIs, SFTP, or even direct database connections if we have access.
Does Pandium offer a Sandbox or developer account?
Yes, as part of the onboarding process, you’ll get access to a Sandbox account that you can use to build and test integrations and other features safely.
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Learn how building integrations can unlock new revenue for your company.

Pay as you grow pricing

Flexible plans that scale with you as your integration needs increase.

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