Business Users Demand SaaS Integration

Great article from searchdatamanagement.com today focused on a topic I’ve been writing about for some time on this blog:  “Business users can no longer ignore the integration demands of SaaS.”

A few highlights:

“Once the SaaS applications were in place, users came to like them and to want more from them. They wanted access to more data from other systems. That meant IT suddenly needed to find a way to integrate SaaS applications with one another and with legacy, in-house systems.”

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“Before people adopt a specific SaaS solution, based on say a 30-day trial, what they have to consider is how that application is going to be integrated into specific workflow and legacy applications and the data source environment.” Jeff Kaplan, managing director of THINKstrategies

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It’s great to see the importance of integration to software as a service (SaaS) success getting more and more attention. The bottom  line:  DON’T WAIT TO INTEGRATE.

Be sure to read the full article here.

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