Linx is an on-premise tool that helps users to create, integrate and automate business applications. It employs a drag-and-drop interface to generate Windows processes, create online applications, automate data transfers, manage file handling and more. Linx is compatible with Windows 7, 8 and 10.
Features include process overviews, data transformations and lookups and a library of mapping functions. Linx offers application development tools such as built-in schedulers, real-time triggers, concurrent processing, data validations and file parsing and manipulation. It can connect to various databases like MS-SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL and Postgres.
Linx also helps users to manage their files by automatically documenting processes and importing documents in formats including Excel, Word, PDF and more. Workflow management tools include file version control, change alerts, notifications and specific configurations for different environments.
It offers services on a monthly subscription basis, including support via email and through online FAQs.
Vivek from PlatformPlus Ltd
Simplify workflows and repetitive tasks
Great features that can be used to automated routine tasks as well and run complex workflows. The support team are very quick to respond to queries and provide useful information. In my tests so far, I have been very happy with the product and support.
None so far. From my brief testing I have not come across anything major lacking in the product. Any queries I had were answered promptly and accurately by very knowledgeable staff.
Arland from Arland Head Consulting
LINX allows me to cut the time it takes to create a data integration solution. I can make many of the same system connections in less time than writing a custom code solution.
All of my customers are in the SMB market and LINX allows me to provide them the same powerful solutions that the more massive companies have access too and at a price point that fits nicely in the SMB budgets.
The thing that I like the least is I am not able to document my solution in LINX and then print out a copy or save to PDF. Although, I would not consider this a reason to not use this product it does make creating a solution for a client a little more cumbersome.
Paul from Knadel
Employees number: 11-50 employees
Automated systems integration
As a consulting firm helping our clients solve complex systems integration challenges we have found Linx to be an excellent toolkit that includes an environment that supports the development of the collecting of data from multiple source types, transforming that data as required using multiple techniques, then delivering the results to multiple target systems. It also thereafter supports the continuous automated processing of the results of the development work as an unattended server service. As a result we have solved many different systems integration challenges including as our clients needs have evolved.
The Help functionality in version 4 is limited, making the toolkit less of a self sufficient solution that it might otherwise be. However the level of support means this is not a practical problem, which in any case is due to be addressed in version 5.
Brendon from Media Host (Pty) Ltd
quicky, easy to get concept into operation. No code, but comprehensive in ability to produce solutions
just a few UI glitches with traversing menus/lists. Web services manager seems sluggish when presenting a number of solutions ( 10+), could be browser related however