When you’re building a user-facing integration from scratch, you should expect it to take around two months to complete with one to two developers working on it. Each integration you build will likely have different API mechanics, data schemas, and even authentication methods. Even once they’re built, you’ll have to maintain those integrations, handling upstream API changes, and even more frequently unexpected edge cases and requests for customizations from your users.
With Xkit, you can build your first integration in a couple of days and every subsequent one in a few hours. You don’t have to worry about API mechanics or authorization, and Xkit makes per-user customization easy.
Your product is the heart of your business, so that’s where you should focus. Even the most popular integrations won’t touch as many of your users as working on your core product. Your engineers want to spend their time improving their own codebase, not wading through someone else’s technical documentation.
With Xkit, you can spend your resources on improving your core product instead of building integrations, and your engineers can work on the things they were pitched when you recruited them.
When you start building integrations yourself, you think it’s just one, or two, or three at most. As your business grows, you’ll find the integrations your customers need growing just as fast, and you’ll see your integrations roadmap continuously grow. Not only that, but you’ll continually discover essential refactors and re-architectures needed to support the scale and complexity of the integrations you support.
With Xkit, you can take advantage of our state-of-the-art integration infrastructure and flexible architecture so you can escape the never-ending integration trap. No more rewrites, no more custom integration builds.