This is in stark contrast to Zapier’s available triggers
or even Integromat’s
. Alloy automation covers most (if not all?) of Shopify’s API
whereas other automation tools focus on getting the most bang for their buck by integrating the most common endpoints. Making every
endpoint available requires a lot
The automation space is so large that e-commerce is not the only market that’s worth targeting. You have Troops
that lets sales people work directly out of Slack or MS Teams. Imagine that, a successful automation tool that integrates with only one option as a destination.
There’s also WhenThen
which automates payment workflows. Look at all of these Stripe’s different API and all their respectful endpoints
. Of course a tool could exist only to make all of these usable without code. Even Stripe’s no-code offerings like Stripe Payment links need a little bit of code to do basic stuff
With all of that I’m revising how I view the future of no-code automation: general purpose automation tools will see users flock to in-house automation apps on the one end, and then to specialized automations tools on the other. That said, the space for automation still remains large enough for all of these to not only co-exist but flourish. Up to you to decide which tool you want to use!