Never outgrow the Tray Platform with these capabilities included for every customer:
Connect to any API
Automate any event
Full API access -
including custom fields
No coding required
Drag-and-drop workflow editor
Powerful logical operators: booleans, branches, loops
Enterprise-class: security, transparency, compliance, and resilience
Real-time event processing
Starting at $595
2 enabled workflows
Standard Success Plan
Access to all templates
Starting at $2450
10 enabled workflows
14-days log retention
Access to enhanced Success Plans
Access to Configuration Consulting
Customizable number of solutions
High-volume data processing
High-speed data processing
Configurable log retention
Custom enterprise security
Custom governance requirements
Embedded integration & automation
Build once with Template Builder
Partner dashboard for usage insight
Control with GraphQL APIs & iFrames
Scales based on usage
Guidance, support, training, and consulting options designed to ensure your success.
The Tray Platform can connect to practically any software that has an API - including REST-based and SOAP-based APIs. We can even process huge 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.
API stands for application programming interface and is a way that software providers manage access to data on behalf of their customers.
The Tray Platform is good at getting all the data available from an API. Some vendors struggle to expose and make use of custom fields and other hard-to-access data values. With the Tray Platform, you can easily access any business you need.
A task is a data transaction that is processed by the Tray Platform within a workflow step. The more steps that are included within a workflow, the more tasks. Task volume is also affected by the amount of data being processed within a workflow as well.
It depends on your processes and workflows. We understand that it can be challenging to estimate this, so that’s why we like to talk with you to scope out what you need.
If you do go above the number or workflows or tasks in your package, we will not stop any of your workflows. The next time your contract comes up for renewal, you will be upgraded based on the new number of enabled workflows and tasks that you are using.
An event is a change in a data value in one or more of your software applications. As soon as the Tray Platform detects a change in the data value, it processes it in real-time. Some other vendors are only able to use polling triggers and can only check for changes of data every five minutes or so. Real-time event processing is an essential distinction for customers who require time-sensitive automations.
Workflows are a key part of the Tray Platform. If you are building an integration to pass data between different services, you'll be using a workflow to do it. Workflows can have just a few steps or hundreds of steps. It depends on the process you are trying to automate.
When a workflow is enabled, the workflow is now able to be run. We like to give our customers the ability to play around with non-enabled workflows as a way to explore the potential of process automation.
The Tray Platform offers a visual way to build workflows. Our builder allows you to build your workflows using clicks-or-code. You are also able to use logical operators to trigger events and directly connect your entire tech stack to create sophisticated and powerful automated processes.
The Tray Platform offers templatized workflows for popular integrations in our growing connector library. You can simply activate a template, authenticate using your own login credentials, customize the workflow as needed, then turn it on. Templates are the quickest way to get a workflow up and running.