Integrations

Good riddance, Data Silos and Faulty Information

It’s a no-brainer. To be successful, you need to have quick access to information, many times from multiple systems, to make effective business decisions. But if your library of business applications are disconnected, they become siloed which means more manual processes, inconsistent data, and room for human error.

Upland products are designed to be easy-to-deploy, highly configurable, scalable, flexible and secure, with each delivered through a cloud infrastructure which boasts a modern and intuitive user interface. We refer to this as the “Upland Experience.” We provide our customers with the best experience for integrating our family of cloud-based Enterprise Work Management software products with each other, and with other third-party, line of business applications.

  • Upland Integration Platform, powered by Dell Boomi – our partnership with Dell Boomi provides our clients with reliable, secure integration between FileBound and existing applications already deployed at their organization. Our platform gives you an added advantage when it comes to ensuring that you are technologically up to speed on the latest updates, or when transferring precious data between platforms.
  • APIs – for organizations with the capacity to develop their own integrations, in-house, our APIs offer a cost effective solutions building customized integration with existing your existing line-of-business systems.
  • Fused Interface effortlessly pull ups information used within your industry, whether you’re looking for contracts, agreements, invoices, student or patient records, or deeds and land plots (and beyond). Whatever your industry, and whatever valuable data you access frequently, you will have the added impact of having all available information literally at your fingertips to disseminate quickly.
  • Single Sign-On – if your company uses one of many standard Single Sign-On providers, our SAML 2.0 compliance ensures authentication security through them while using FileBound.