Model your processes precisely and unlimitedly across systems and increase your success. The Marini Integration Platform offers you all possibilities. Integrated processes increase your success significantly, because you can react much faster in the right moments and your data is available seamlessly. The easiest way to start is the synchronization between two systems.
Your processes are initiated via triggers, i.e. event-based. The trigger can be, for example, the call of a URL or the reaching of a certain score. As soon as the integration workflows have been triggered, the defined data in your process is transferred unidirectionally from system A to system B.
For the technical implementation, you only need a unidirectional HubEngine plan. You configure your plan according to the process you want to control across the two systems.
Bidirectional integration workflows ensure that your process does not end once data has been transferred from system A to system B – just like unidirectional integration workflows. After data has been transferred from system A, another action is triggered either directly or scheduled, so that new or modified data is sent back to system A.
For the technical implementation, you only need a bidirectional HubEngine plan. You configure your plan according to the process you want to control via the two systems. In contrast to the unidirectional plan, you also set up a second connection with field mapping, conditions and actions in the plan (system B -> system A). You can transfer different data from system A to system B than in the opposite direction. E.G.
System A -> System B
- Name, Mail, Adresse
System B -> System A
- Score, Interactions
Basic Integration Workflows are designed to enable you to quickly and easily model processes across two systems. You integrate your data between two systems (usually). The target of your integration comes from one or more defined processes that you want to automate and make seamless – across your systems.
More resources on Basic Integration Workflows can be found here: