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Scribe Spearheads Development of Cloud-based Customer Data Integration
August 09, 2013
Scribe Software (News - Alert) has released the financial results for the second quarter of 2013. The organization has reported strong development of its cloud-based integration service portfolio in this quarter. Scribe continues to be one of the major organizations in the customer data integration market.
Michael Krigsman is a well-known analyst and an accepted authority on the sources and avoidance of IT failures. In a statement, Krigsman said, "In today's data-centric business environment, the importance of cloud data integration cannot be overstated. Cloud data integration platforms are essential for scaling the integration of cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-premise applications toward a truly connected enterprise."
Scribe has further extended the presence of its Scribe Online platform. As compared to the second quarter of 2012, the second quarter of 2013 reported a rise of 106 percent in the number of associates promoting Scribe Online. In the second quarter of 2013, Scribe Software has also reported a 251 percent rise in the sale of Scribe Online, via both direct and indirect channels.
Scribe has been included as a finalist for the 2013 Red Herring (News - Alert) Top 100. The organization has carved a niche for itself in the market mainly for its development and increase in revenue. Scribe attributes this success to its total concentration on the requirement for cross-platform customer data integration.
Lou Guercia (News - Alert), CEO of Scribe Software, said, "Companies are hungry for a comprehensive view of their customer data, and we've seen a major uptick in interest for cloud-ready integration solutions like Scribe Online. Whether it is a global enterprise looking for better integration across a range of on-premise and cloud business applications with Salesforce or Microsoft (News - Alert) Dynamics, or a small business looking for an easy fix for QuickBooks or GoToMeeting integration, Scribe has become the go-to solution provider."
Scribe Software has unveiled the results of its State of Customer Data Integration 2013 report, created after surveying over 900 participants. Major industry changes, like the increasing responsibility of CMOs in deciding the IT budget, are emphasized by the report. The report also stresses on the fast development of cloud and hybrid environments, and the gap between businesses' attention on the customer and development of data integration in today’s scenarios.
Edited by Ryan Sartor
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