PilotFish Product Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is PilotFish Software?
PilotFish is middleware software, and an integration framework that is modern and robust. PilotFish enables data integration of anything to anything – applications, databases, equipment and services using any communications protocol. PilotFish offers specific support for industry standards such as HL7 including 2.x, 3.x and FHIR, X12 EDI and ACORD XML and other standard formats such as XML, CSV, XLS/XLSX, JSON, PDF, Flat Files and Binary.
2. How much does PilotFish cost?
PilotFish makes licensing simple. We do not charge per connection, per interface or per transaction. Licensing is based on maximum hardware configuration or on an on-demand model where you only pay for the time you use (similar to the AWS model). A monthly subscription is under $3,450 for a 4 core/16GB hardware configuration.
3. What is PilotFish used for?
PilotFish integration solutions are used to enable the integration of disparate systems using industry and XML standards. The PilotFish Integrated Development Environment (IDE) features a graphical automated interface assembly line process that allows users to build manage and maintain interfaces without any coding or scripting.
4. Does PilotFish build integrations for clients using the eiConsole?
Yes, we do. Some customers outsource everything to us so that we configure their interfaces for them. Others use our products to configure their own interfaces using our training some of technical support.