7 Guiding Principles for Selecting Integration Friendly Application Partners

I liked this post on the PivotLink blog:  How to select integration partners, the DMA way. A SaaS BI customer provides an overview of their implementation and points to 7 Guiding Principles for Selecting Integration Friendly Application Partners. They are:

  1. Commitment to products, services innovation aligned with our technology vision
  2. Commitment to protect data confidentiality and respect for data ownership
  3. Provides cost effective, scalable solutions
  4. Financially viable and have experience hosting
  5. Provides high service levels (up-time) backed by service-level agreements
  6. Flexibility approach to customized/ professional services with exclusivity
  7. SaaS 70 Type II Certification

It’s a good list and a good post, highlighting the importance of data integration in the era of cloud computing.


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