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How can I get my Connector added to OneTeg?
We'd love to add your connector to OneTeg to help customers integrate quickly and easily. Please fill out the Contact Us form here for review. To date, we have Connectors that fall into the following categories: Office Productivity, Cognitive Computing/AI, PIM, DAM, Cloud Storage, Secure Transfer, CMS/eCommerce, and Social platforms. Just identify which category you fall under or indicate a new one. We'll reach out to have additional discussions.
Do you support Webhook?
Yes, OneTeg supports Webhook. This allows for triggering events between applications. They are easy to configure and can be part of an overall Flow.
When is it necessary to integrate your DAM or PIM into other solutions or platforms?
You should consider integrating your DAM or PIM if they currently operate in a silo or is not part of the larger enterprise digital ecosystem. You can consider integrating your DAM and PIM to exchange product information and digital assets between them. In addition, digital assets and product information need to be available to your various sales and support channels.
What is a Productivity Connector?
A Productivity connector usually involves workflow or creative connections. For example, InDesign or Adobe Workfront are considered Productivity Connectors.
What is a Core Connector?
Core Connectors connect your back office with any other available Prime Connectors or HTTP. For example, you can use a Google Sheet (Core Connector) to connect with a PIM or DAM (Prime Connector) to load product information and digital assets.
What is a Prime Connector?
A Prime Connector is a pre-built connector between two applications. For example, the connection between DAM and PIM systems.
When do you use HTTP to build your own Connector?
You can use HTTP to build your own integration between different applications. HTTP will typically be used when a standard Connector does not exist.
Do I need any additional tools for my Connectors to work?
There is no need for additional tools or solutions to enable the integration process. OneTeg provides all the necessary technology to enable Connectors to work.
What is the difference between Connections and Flows?
A Connection is a pre-built authentication to a specific system like DAM and PIM. It is set up once and can be used in different Flows. Flows are used to connect content and data between applications to drive integration and data orchestration.
What are the different types of Connectors you can use with OneTeg?
There are two different types of Connectors that are available with OneTeg; Prime and Core Connectors. Prime Connectors connect to marketing, sales, and eCommerce systems including specialized business applications such as DAM, PIM, CMS, and others. Core Connectors connect your back-office productivity, storage, transformation, and utility Connectors, such as FTP, Amazon S3, and Google Sheets.
How does the integration process work?
OneTeg unifies content, entities, and data while providing user-driven processes (or Flows) that allow for simplified integration across platforms. Connecting different systems is easy with pre-built OneTeg Connectors. Users can build Flows between systems to drive integration and data exchange.
Which solutions integrate with OneTeg?
OneTeg comes with standard out-of-the-box Prime Connectors for use cases or Flows typically used in marketing, sales, and eCommerce solutions. Core Connectors are more specialized in managing productivity, storage, and other business applications. OneTeg can connect your DAM, PIM, CMS, and many others. See all Connectors here.
What is OneTeg?
OneTeg is a no-code iPaaS content and data exchange platform for integrations between systems like DAM, PIM, and others. It provides a user-friendly and intuitive UI for the business user; no code is required. OneTeg can run on the Cloud or On-Prem for maximum flexibility and usability that helps deliver a faster time to value and a unified customer experience.