Integration Overview

Provider agreement and marketplace listing

At any time, anyone can sign up to become a provider and configure their products. We’ll ask you for some information about who you are, who you’d like to invite from your team, and how we should show your information on our marketplace. After that’s done, you’ll move on to defining your plans and pricing.

Defining your plans and pricing

After you complete your marketplace listing information, our provider integration team will reach out to you to collaborate on your plans and pricing. Read our plans and pricing documentation to see how you can map your features and pricing to ours. We support fixed price features, metered features, overage charges, add-ons and more. At this step, we’ll also share a contract to establish a shared vision on our provider/marketplace relationship.

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Technical Integration

Kickoff Meeting

Our provider success team will schedule a kick-off call with you to go over all the things you need to know about integration steps, ask you a few questions about your service, show you relevant documentation on the process, and make a plan to proceed.

At this point our team can answer any questions you might have about the integration process, or discuss your pricing and packaging in depth. We will also give you the option to have a Slack chat group with our team for realtime support during your integration.

Local Development

Your integration begins in development where you will implement two sets of API endpoints which dictate how your service can be used on Manifold:

  • Provider API – to advantage of our billing, authentication and provisioning features
  • Connector API – to retrieve information about your users' identity, role-based permissions, and purchases made

Continue reading our Development Guide »

Testing Your Integration

After local development is complete, our team will issue you live marketplace credentials to begin testing against our production marketplace. At this point you can review your integration, perform manual testing, and sign off on your integration.

Go-to-market

Once the integration is signed off by your team and our provider success team we’ll make your product generally available in the marketplace. Congrats, your product is live!