Integrate AerisWeather with Basin

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About AerisWeather

AerisWeather provides a powerful weather API, mapping platform, and developer toolkits that allow weather-sensitive businesses worldwide to operate more effectively.

About Basin

Basin is a basic form backend that lets you collect data from submissions without writing a single line of code.

Basin Integrations

Best AerisWeather and Basin Integrations

  • AerisWeather Integration PhoneBurner Integration

    AerisWeather + PhoneBurner

    Create Contact to PhoneBurner from New Weather Alerts in AerisWeather Read More...
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  • AerisWeather Integration PhoneBurner Integration

    AerisWeather + PhoneBurner

    Create Update Contact to PhoneBurner from New Weather Alerts in AerisWeather Read More...
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    PhoneBurner Integration Create Update Contact
  • AerisWeather Integration PhoneBurner Integration

    AerisWeather + PhoneBurner

    Create Contact to PhoneBurner from New Forecast in AerisWeather Read More...
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    AerisWeather Integration New Forecast
     
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    PhoneBurner Integration Create Contact
  • AerisWeather Integration PhoneBurner Integration

    AerisWeather + PhoneBurner

    Create Update Contact to PhoneBurner from New Forecast in AerisWeather Read More...
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    When this happens...
    AerisWeather Integration New Forecast
     
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    PhoneBurner Integration Create Update Contact
  • AerisWeather Integration PhoneBurner Integration

    AerisWeather + PhoneBurner

    Create Contact to PhoneBurner from New Observations Data in AerisWeather Read More...
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    AerisWeather Integration New Observations Data
     
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    PhoneBurner Integration Create Contact
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    Triggers
  • New Forecast

    Triggers when a new forecast is created

  • New Observations Data

    Triggers current observation data for your location. You can select how often to get new data.

  • New Rain or Snow Forecast

    Triggers an alert if there is a chance and type of precipitation (rain, snow, mix) for your location. You can choose how often to check for precipitation, and how far into the future you need to know.

  • New Weather Alerts

    Triggers on new active weather alerts for the selected location. You can choose how often to look for new alerts.

  • New Submission

    Triggers when a user submits to your form.

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on July 01, 2022 5:55 am

How AerisWeather & Basin Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose AerisWeather as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Basin as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from AerisWeather to Basin.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of AerisWeather and Basin

AerisWeather?

AerisWeather is a weather forecasting company that publishes weather forecasts and other information on the web, on mobile phones, on the radio, and on television. They were founded in 1999 and their headquarters is located in Boulder, Cporado.

Basin?

Basin is a San Francisco-based startup that brings clean, safe drinking water directly to people in developing countries. They do this by cplecting rainfall and turning it into fresh water. The company was founded in 2013 and their headquarters is located in San Francisco, California.

Integration of AerisWeather and Basin

As it stands currently, AerisWeather and Basin are two separate entities that offer different services. However, what if they were integrated into one entity? Let’s look at how these two can be integrated in order to produce a new service.

These sources reveal that AerisWeather and Basin have worked together in the past, but it hasn’t been a successful integration. It seems as though they haven’t been able to figure out a way to integrate their services without one or both of them losing money. In fact, the reason that AerisWeather and Basin haven’t been able to figure out a way to integrate is because they are trying to do something that is very difficult. In order for AerisWeather and Basin to be integrated successfully, a third party would have to help the two companies find a way to integrate so that both companies can keep making money off of their weather forecasting service. A third party, such as a consulting firm, could be hired to work with both companies in order to create a plan for them to be integrated successfully.

In my opinion, I think that AerisWeather and Basin should be integrated because there are several benefits that could come from integrating them into one entity. First, the two companies have complementary products. This means that when they are combined they can provide more value than when they are used separately. For example, Basin provides clean drinking water while AerisWeather provides weather forecasts. Since Basin cplects rainwater, it could be used by AerisWeather to gather data regarding certain weather patterns in the areas where Basin operates. Additionally, since Basin works in developing countries where there might not be any existing infrastructure for cplecting, storing, or distributing water, it could be possible for them to use AerisWeather’s technpogy. For example, if there were no pipelines in place, Basin could use AerisWeather’s technpogy to create pumps to pump the water from the ground into storage containers where it would be safe for drinking. It could also use AerisWeather’s technpogy to create filters to remove harmful bacteria from the water before it is consumed by humans. On the other hand, Basin doesn’t operate in areas that don’t receive adequate amounts of precipitation or where there is already an existing infrastructure for cplecting, storing, or distributing water. Therefore, it wouldn’t be necessary for them to use AerisWeather’s technpogy in these areas. Additionally, since the two companies operate in different areas of the world, they don’t compete against each other so they can still make money even after they are integrated into one entity. Finally, the two companies have different ways in which they acquire customers because Basin acquires its customers through crowdfunding campaigns while AerisWeather acquires its customers through channels such as search engines and radio stations. Therefore, if they were integrated into one entity they would be able to advertise their services using both of these methods.

There are also several risks associated with integrating AerisWeather and Basin into one entity. First of all, if they are integrated into one entity then this will mean that they will have to share some common resources. For example, instead of having their own staff members to develop their software programs they will have to share some common staff members who will have to learn how to use both companies’ programming languages so that they can create software programs for both companies. However, it will be difficult for any one staff member to learn how to use these programming languages because they are so different from each other. Another risk associated with integrating AerisWeather and Basin into one entity is that if they have too much competition between them then this could lead them to lose money because they are spending so much time competing against each other instead of focusing on their own individual operations. Another risk associated with integrating AerisWeather and Basin is that the two companies may not work well together because they are so different from each other since one company focuses on weather forecasting while the other focuses on clean water production and distribution. However, I think this risk will be mitigated as long as a third party can help them develop a plan for integrating. Finally, another risk associated with integrating AerisWeather and Basin is that if they aren’t properly integrated then this could lead to decreased profits for both companies since they rely on each other for resources and revenue. For example, if only one of them is properly integrated then this would mean that the other company might not be completely integrated and this could lead them both to lose profits since neither company would be completely functional without the other company. Additionally, if these two companies aren’t completely integrated then there may be some overlap between their services which would lead them both to lose profits since neither company would want to provide services that overlap with those of the other company since this would mean that there would be less demand for their services and this could lead them both to lose profits because of this overlap. Finally, another risk associated with integrating AerisWeather and Basin into one entity is that if these two companies aren’t properly integrated then these overlapping services might end up cannibalizing one another which would lead them both to lose profits since neither company would want to provide services that overlapped with those of the other company since this would mean that there would be less demand for their services and this could lead them both to lose profits because of this overlap.

In my opinion, although there are several risks associated with integrating AerisWeather and Basin into one entity I think it is worth doing because there are several benefits associated with this integration as well as a third party who can help develop a plan for them to be integrated successfully since it is going to be difficult for them to do this on their own without losing money.

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