The following benefits are available immediately upon migrating to the integrator.io UI, free of charge.
|Accessibility||It is much easier to access integrator.io. It is a modern, public web application that supports Google Sign In.||To access the NetSuite Integrator, users are required to first login to NetSuite (which can be slow) and then within NetSuite, the Integrator is buried relatively deep in the menu structure (Setup ->Integration -> Celigo Integrator).|
|Error Handling||The home page within integrator.io makes it possible to identify integrations that have errors in just one glance.||In the NetSuite Integrator, users are required to proactively click into each integration to see if there are errors.|
|Performance||The integrator.io UI is much faster for logging in, checking integration status and statistics, and making changes to field mappings or data flows.||The NetSuite Integrator is more cumbersome and slow when performing these tasks.|
|Integration Jobs Dashboard||The new integration jobs dashboard in integrator.io is more report-like in structure, which makes it much easier to visually process all the information happening across different jobs.||The integration jobs in the NetSuite Integrator are displayed as a stream of somewhat unstructured information that can be difficult to process visually.|
|Single Sign On to Customer Compass||Single sign-on is enabled between integrator.io and Customer Compass (our customer support site). This means users only need to manage their one integrator.io credential and then they can access Customer Compass from within integrator.io.||NetSuite Integrator users had to manage their NetSuite credentials and then also a separate Celigo support credential to log tickets and access the product documentation.|
|Visual Mapping for Salesforce Custom Flows||For existing Salesforce Connector custom data flows, integrator.io allows users to use the new Salesforce form based mapper (integrator.io displays Salesforce UI forms to help when mapping Salesforce objects.)||In the NetSuite Integrator, Salesforce data flows do not have access to the new mapper and users need to find Salesforce fields via a dropdown field (which can be overwhelming for object types with many fields).|