Whether you’re using Tray to create integrations for your own business or for your customers and partners, our pricing is designed to meet you where you are in your automation journey.
Unlimited workflows and usage-based pricing to grow with your automation practice.
Best for a specific mission critical use case within a team
250k starter task credit
7-days log retention
Best for multiple use cases within a department
500k starter task credit
All add-ons available
Best for multiple departments and customer and partner integrations
750k starter task credit
All add-ons included
Access to Embedded Bundle
Common use cases include rolling out an integration marketplace or powering your workflow builder with Tray.
Best for companies looking to create turn-key integrations for their end users and partner ecosystems.
Your plan comes with a standard set of features and a starter task credit
Round out your package with the capabilities needed for your deployment
With everything you need and nothing you don't
With us, your success isn’t just expected – it’s included. Tray Advantage and Tray Advantage Plus provide a success structure and the operational support to deliver the experience that our customers rave about.
In addition to the ongoing services in Tray Advantage or Tray Advantage Plus, Tray offers project-based services including:
Co-develop your first integration and automation project with our experts, establishing a solid foundation in automation fundamentals.
Expand the adoption and success of automation across the organization.
Receive delivery assurance from Tray to supplement partner-led implementations.
Collaborate with Tray’s extensive network of partners who can help build your solutions with or for you.
The Tray Platform can connect to practically any software that has an API - including REST-based and SOAP-based APIs. We can even process large CSV files for customers that use software that has limited API support. Customers really value the Tray Platform’s ability to connect to databases and extract important data from them within their workflows.
The simplest way to think of a task, is to imagine it as equivalent to a step in a workflow. When a workflow runs it executes each of its steps and each one becomes a task. A task does not necessarily correspond directly to the number of calls to a service that are made. For example, a Tray connector may make several calls to an API when it executes but this only counts as a single task. The processing that occurs within these connectors is therefore referred to as a 'Task'. Tasks are therefore the core metrics used when determining the local data throughput necessary in order to perform Tray's logical operations.
We will not stop your Tray account from running. The next quarterly billing cycle, you will be charged the on-demand task rate based on the task overages that you have in your account.
The tasks are a one time task credit. Think of it as getting a free tank of gas when you buy a new car. The gas is yours free to consume in the way you like. This gives you initial capacity and room to test use cases in whatever manner you like before fully entering production.