Tired of SaaS clutter? UnifyApps uses AI to make disjointed apps talk to each other

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The rise of software-as-a-service (SaaS) ecosystem has transformed how enterprises operate. No matter the problem, there’s always an app to deal with it. But, when these apps grow to the scale of hundreds across the enterprise stack, it can become difficult to make the most of them. Today, UnifyApps, a startup solving this problem by making apps talk to each other, raised $11 million in seed funding, led by Elevation Capital.

Founded by former Sprinkler CTO Pavitar Singh, UnifyApps offers an easy-to-use, AI-powered platform to automate application integration. The tool currently unifies more than 1000 apps and can achieve the integration in a matter of days. In some cases, it can even do the job in minutes, the company says.

“We are not just building a platform; we are creating a movement,” said Singh. “Our vision is to empower enterprises worldwide to break free from the limitations of disjointed applications and unlock the full potential of their technology investments. By unifying applications, we can help businesses create more meaningful connections with their customers, foster more productive and engaged employees, and drive transformative growth and success.”

What makes UnifyApps different?

Traditionally, enterprises have driven their integration efforts with ELT, reverse ELT, IPaaS and low-code application builders. The approaches do the job but have also proven to be complex, time-consuming, and prohibitive – where they focus only on one particular problem.

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