Agilit-e, pronounced “agility”, is a low-code, agile, integration service portal.
Agilit-e allows for the configuration of API profiles that scale across multiple Agilit-e modules, to create custom microservices and integrations.
How to Pronounce Agilit-e
Below are just a few of the many features that Agilit-e provides:
of numbering rules to generate unique, readable numbers for any content management system or other use cases
of lists and key/value pairs (e.g. Leave Types, Company Branches, etc.)
of data from one format to another (e.g. EXCEL to JSON)
of integration points between various applications and services, whether on-premise or cloud-based
The Integration of Things
Gone are the days of re-inventing the wheel. We are in a world of services and micro offerings that can easily be reused in one’s projects…if one understands the game of integration.
Agilit-e simplifies this process by not only including a number of day-to-day services out of the box, but by providing the means to easily integrate with 3rd party services, whether on-premise or in the cloud.
Agilit-e started in 2002
Agilit-e started out in 2002 as an on-premise solution that ran within IBM Notes and Domino. It was primarily used as a means of simplifying business processes, managing organization structures and centralizing lists, amongst other offerings. For many years Agilit-e serviced businesses of all sizes and industries types.
Platform Independent Solution
In 2013, it was decided that Agilit-e needed to stop being just an IBM Notes/Domino offering and become a platform-independent solution.
POC Version & Alpha Release
It wasn’t until early 2016, after exhaustive R&D across countless technologies and strategies, that we released the 1st POC version of Agilit-e as a platform-independent solution. Later on that year, after great success with the platform, we officially announced the Alpha release of Agilit-e (aka Version 5 Alpha).
Official Service Offering In the Cloud
One year later and Agilit-e is not only a well-adopted on-premise solution, but is officially available as a cloud offering.