Linx Review - why 4.5 stars?

Linx Review
ITQlick Score: 83/100
ITQlick Rating: (4.5/5)
Pricing: 2/10 - low cost
Category: Application Development -> Linx
Ranking:Ranked 9 out of 45 Application Development systems
Company: Twenty57
Pricing: starts at $49 per month
Typical customers: Small businesses and start ups
Platforms: Desktop
Links: Linx pricing, Linx alternatives
Shlomi LaviShlomi Lavi / updated: Jul 17, 2021

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What is Linx?

Linx is a cloud-based application development software that helps developers build their back-end processes, web services and host them. It also allows them to create microservices and APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) using data from their existing databases or third-party sources. Organizations can utilize these features in connecting their file systems, databases, and other business systems under a single cloud solution.

The software top features include visual debugging, codeless connections, model complex logic, plugin library, and enterprise security. Linx is a product of Twenty57, a private computer software company whose headquarters is in Port Louis, Mauritius; it began operations in 2008 and has a current employee count of 10-50.

What is Linx rating? ()

The rating of Linx is 4.5 stars out of 5 and the total score is 83 out of 100. The ratings are based on our unbiased experts. Learn more in our rating methodology page

Who are Linx's typical customers?

The typical customers include the following business size: Small businesses and start ups.

Is Linx the best Application Development?

Linx is ranked 9 out of 45 software in their category (Application Development systems).

What are Linx's pros? (4 Pros)

  • The software can deliver data transformation results in multiple target systems
  • It is not prone to lags during deployment
  • Users can access drag-and-drop within the software
  • Linx has an optimum memory footprint

What are Linx's cons? (2 cons)

  • Some users have encountered dependency issues when deploying into the software server
  • The software does not support Visual Studio as of yet

Who are their main alternatives?

Popular alternatives to Linx: Stackify, GitHub, Anypoint Platform, KOHEZION, Bitbucket, TeleSign, GroupDocs, TOSCA Testsuite, TrueSight Pulse, Omnis Studio. The full list of competitors can be found here.

What is the cost of Linx?

The cost of license starts at $49 per month. On top of the total cost of licenses which is easy to calculate - what is the REAL total cost of implementation? You need to add the cost of training, customization, data migration, and other "hidden cost". ITQlick pricing score is 2 out of 10 (10 is most expensive). Find here the REAL total cost breakdown for Linx

What should you ask Twenty57 during a demo session? (65 questions)

Schedule a demo with Linx and access 65 must ask questions for the vendor while watching Linx in action.

Is it the right software for you?

The software is relevant for small establishments, primarily in the IT & Services industries. Typically, IT Managers, DevOps, Database Administrators, and Support teams would find Linx handy for their operations.

Linx's list of categories:

ETL
Business Process Management (BPM)
Data integration
Enterprise Integration
Intelligent Middleware
Development Tools Platforms

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Shlomi holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Information System Engineering from Ben Gurion University in Israel. Shlomi brings 15 years of global IT and IS management experience as a consultant, and implementation expert for small, medium and large size (global) companies.