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New Cloud-Based Integration Framework Enables Partners and Customers to Work Collaboratively in Hybrid IT Environments
ATLANTA, GA, April 11, 2011 -(Marketwire)- CONVERGENCE 2011 – Scribe Software, a leading data integration provider, today announced its new cloud-based platform and its inaugural service, Scribe Online Replication Services (RS). Built to meet the challenge of effectively integrating and managing business data in an increasingly complex hybrid IT environment, Scribe Online delivers a flexible framework for creating, packaging, and distributing data integration solutions.
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Scribe’s extensive partner network was a key consideration in the development of the platform. The multi-tenant framework enables partners to create and manage multiple solutions and customers from one dashboard. Partners leverage an intuitive user interface to create complex integration, migration, and replication solutions, as well as package and deploy those solutions, creating efficiencies within their businesses.
According to Bill McNee, Founder and CEO of Saugatuck Technology: “The Cloud is helping businesses drive operational efficiencies and evolve toward hybrid business application architectures, and also transform businesses through the development of Cloud IT by enterprises, ISVs and their SI partners. The next evolutionary phase in integration is happening now, bringing together the people, processes, and Cloud IT around these new business ideas. Collaborative, cloud-based integration platforms such as Scribe Online can play a role in accelerating the development of Cloud IT in this complex, emerging environment.”
Scribe Online Replication Services (RS)
Partners on the Platform
Early adopters turning to Scribe’s cloud integration platform as part of their go-to-market strategies include GoodData, the first company to deliver complete business intelligence in the cloud; Templeton Solutions, a division of Templeton & Company LLC, a large regional accounting and consulting firm; and WebFortis, a leading systems integrator specializing in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
“Data is our lifeblood for providing on-demand dashboards, analytics, and data warehousing to our customers,” said Roman Stanek, founder and CEO of GoodData. “The Scribe Online integration platform is the perfect fit for us. Scribe’s customizable cloud services are making it easy for businesses to replicate their CRM data in the cloud for analytics around their sales, marketing, and customer activity.”
According to Steve Templeton, CEO of Templeton & Company, LLP, “As a long-time Microsoft partner, Templeton Solutions, our technology practice, has utilized Scribe Insight to integrate Microsoft Dynamics solutions with back-office systems for professional services clients such as BDO, among others. We believe that Scribe Online is integral to our long-term strategy of offering pre-packaged, affordable solutions to smaller professional services firms on a volume deployment basis.”
“I am extremely supportive of Scribe’s cloud integration platform,” said Marc Wolenik, CEO of Webfortis. “We believe that a cloud deployment model is critical to establishing scale in our various vertical markets. Our customers in the wine industry, for example, look to us for expertise and innovation in systems integration. While they appreciate the simplicity and speed of connecting their CRM and ERP systems using Scribe Insight, they will be thrilled with the flexibility of Scribe Online.”
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