Welcome to the community, @MC2021!
I know, it seems nuts, but Airtable has limited the number of automations to 25 per base (and 25 actions per automation). Even on the Enterprise pricing plan!
I haven’t tried this myself yet, but my guess is that you could probably set up extra bases to sync tables from your original source table, and then setup 25 automations in each one of those additional bases.
But that’s a really messy way of doing things. And to make matters worse, if you go over your allocated amount of “automation runs” in a month, Airtable gives you ABSOLUTELY NO WAY to purchase more automations at all! You have to wait until THE NEXT MONTH to be able to run your automations again! I don’t know anybody for whom this WOULDN’T be a deal-breaker. Think about your business being forced to shut down for the rest of the month, because Airtable doesn’t let you purchase more automations to finish out the month.
You might want to turn to Integromat, the professional & powerful automation platform. It has no limits, its automations can be professionally scheduled, it has thousands of powerful features that go way beyond the capabilities of Airtable’s automations, and you can purchase more automation runs if you use up your allocation. It can also serve as communication between your Airtable database and other web services.
There is a bit of learning curve to Integromat. If you need an expert to help you get setup with Integromat, please feel free to contact me through my website at scottworld.com. (I am a professional Airtable consultant and a Registered Integromat Partner, and the Integromat link contains my personal referral code.)