Friday, 20th September 2019
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Autism care provider completes "self-driving" application, data, and API integrations 17x faster

SnapLogic has saved autism care provider, Opya, more than 1,000 hours of manual integration work over the course of 12 months. This time spent building and maintaining integrations was saved through the deployment of SnapLogic’s self-driving application, data, and API integration solution. With fast, reliable integrations now in place, Opya can focus on strategic, high-impact projects that improve patient care.

Opya transforms care for children living with autism, creating next generation technologies to deliver more personalized and effective treatment plans. A company driven by compassion and innovation, Opya relies on technology to carry out its important work.

The organization needed an integration platform as a service to enable automation and reliability, allowing Opya's engineers to pour more time, energy, and resources into features that improve client care rather than focusing on manual, repetitive tasks. Through the use of SnapLogic, the company now completes integration projects in less than a week with a single developer – what would’ve taken two or more developers up to 12 weeks, plus dozens of additional hours for ongoing maintenance – meaning integrations are completed more than 17 times faster, allowing Opya’s engineering team to focus on more strategic pursuits that improve the client experience.

The SnapLogic Intelligent Integration Platform automates Opya’s back-end integrations while also ensuring that these integrations are shatterproof. Opya’s mobile application is used by clinicians and parents to streamline communication and scheduling, among other capabilities, and SnapLogic ensures that its back-end integrations are kept secure and reliable. Opya’s data now flows seamlessly and securely between critical back-end systems – namely, a third-party practice management database in Amazon Redshift, Salesforce.com, and a PostgreSQL application database.

"Our priority as an engineering team is to design and build innovations that benefit the families we serve, not unnecessarily sink time into custom infrastructure,” said Matt McKenna, VP of Engineering at Opya. “The speed with which SnapLogic allows us to complete an integration project aligns with that goal. SnapLogic frees developers on my team from having to think about integration. That means they can pursue projects that make a difference in the lives of the families we serve. It’s hard to put a price on that.”

Praneal Narayan, Director of Customer Experience at SnapLogic, added: “Opya is an organization committed to transforming care for children living with autism through innovation and technology. We’re proud to be working with Opya to support the incredible work they do, helping them deliver the best services to children and families.”

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