Both Bastien and Robin have built B2B SaaS companies before. Both have built customer facing integrations before. Both could not believe how much time it took to go from a quick proof of concept to a reliable, scaleable and performant implementation in production.
And both were shocked when they realised that the ongoing maintenance of their existing integrations sucks up 10%+ of their company's engineering resources.
At first they thought they must have missed something.
A new framework. A better SaaS service. Some recent improvements with openAPI specs?
They talked to 15+ other B2B SaaS companies.
The answer we got was always the same: Yes, it sucks. Yes, we built the framework in-house. Yes, we don't like it either.
Time for a change.
Time for Nango: An open source framework that makes writing and running customer facing integrations at scale fun. A framework that handles the boring stuff. In code. From engineers, for engineers.