Crosscut: Hybrid integration plateform as a Service

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Crosscut, the new generation Data Platform, is the keystone between the needs of businesses for transformation and innovation and the existing constraints.

Crosscut is the only European publisher to provide a comprehensive enterprise platform that can expose, orchestrate and supervise APIs and data within the extended information system.

Crosscut gives companies the means to connect applications, devices, IoT, Cloud services and B2B partners by quickly deploying a secure platform that is easy to implement and learn. Companies can then focus on what is really important: innovation in their enterprise process management, the relationship with consumers and their products and services offers. Crosscut is an agile platform hosted entirely in the Cloud that enables you to have the first data flows up and running within 6 weeks.

Crosscut (Moskitos) entered the Magic Quadrant iPaaS this year . It's the only european actor on the iPaaS market.

Crosscut is composed of 3 bricks :

  • iPaaS to connect, transform and orchestrate Data

Editor: Moskitos

Strengths of Crosscut

  • Certifications: GDPR

Crosscut demo and screenshots

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Crosscut customers

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Crosscut pricing and features

Plans & Pricing

Flux as a Service
Plateforme mutualisée
Plateforme dédiée
€500 /month
€10,000 /year
€20,000 /year

A partir de 500€/flux/mois


Application Settings
Management of Rights
Process & Workflow
Automatic Actions
Drag&Drop Process Editor


Integration & Interoperability
API, Web Service Restful APIs
Public Cloud Driver
Windows OS
Security & Confidentiality
Email Alarm Transmission
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
Configuration Support
Dedicated Account Manager
Help Desk (Phone, Email, Ticket, Chat)
On-site Training

Data hosted in the following countries: France, Ireland

Integrations Crosscut

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