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  • SaaS Without An Integration Plan Creates Business Silos

    Our CEO, Sharam, just published a great article on ebizQ that discusses the requirements for integration when you go the SaaS route. If you plan to adopt SaaS, integration needs to be a forethought, not an afterthought. An excerpt from Sharam’s tips on how to pick the right integration solution: Native connectivity to the most popular standard enterprise applications, legacy

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  • AWPRx Prescribes Jitterbit for Cloud Integration

    TechTarget recently launched a new website named Healthcare Software Review, and one of their inaugural pieces is a great case study on one of our customers, AWPRx. AWPRx is affiliated with 95 percent of the nation’s pharmacies to help workers compensation beneficiaries conveniently fill prescriptions and manage claims in a pure Web environment. Their Chief Architect, Ray Hudaihed, has been a

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  • Introducing the Salesforce Migration Service

    Today we announced our brand new Salesforce migration service offering. Data migration is something no one wants to do and even fewer want to talk about. In fact, as we’ve introduced this service the most common first question has been, “Why would you want to get into that?”. The answer is pretty simple – it’s a dirty job, but somebody’s got to

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  • Channeling Cloud Customization and Integration

    We attended SuiteCloud 2010 in San Francisco last week. The event focused on NetSuite partners – ISVs, VARs, and from the folks we met, a lot of system integrators. It was an exciting show as NetSuite made a number of announcements, including a partnership with Amazon, linking SuiteStorage to S3 for cloud-to-cloud storage. Amazon is a serious cloud player. The guys

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  • IBM Cast Iron Acquisition Validates Data Integration Simplification

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ve heard about IBM’s acquisition of Cast Iron. As analysts continue to sort through the meaning of this move, we thought we would throw in our two cents. Jitterbit is excited about this news for a few reasons. This move validates cloud computing – as if it needed it. This is what most

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  • 5 (More) Laws for Data Integration in the Cloud

    Last week we retweeted multiple tweets by Shawn Rogers at EMA all relating to one thought: The 5 Laws of Data Integration in the Cloud. Not ones to be confined by the 140 character limit we thought it a good idea to repost them here in a less fleeting environment. These laws deserve more posterity than twitter allows. 5 laws of Data Integration the

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  • Speaking Truth to Data Integration in the Cloud

    We’ve got our heads in the cloud today, but there’s nothing nebulous about what Jitterbit Cloud Edition offers you. In developing our cloud integration offering we wanted to make sure that we offered the same features, robustness, and value that our users have come to expect from our on-premise software. We also wanted to offer something unique from our competitors. What we

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  • Clarifying the SaaS vs. Cloud Integration Confusion

    We were recently asked if Jitterbit Cloud Edition was a SaaS or Cloud integration solution. The answer: Yes. The difference between SaaS and Cloud can be unclear. Using these terms in reference to integration adds another layer of confusion. Does “Cloud/SaaS integration” mean you integrate cloud/saas systems, that the solution lives in the cloud, or both? Cloud vs. SaaS Most

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  • Customer Q & A: Thomas Nelson Publishers

    The ongoing Customer Q & A blog series highlights a wide range of Jitterbit customers to find out what business needs drove their integration requirements and what their reasons for selecting Jitterbit as their integration solution. In this week’s hot seat is Rick Proctor, VP of Information Technology at Thomas Nelson Publishers. Read the Customer Success Story Can you tell

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  • Customer Q & A: Thomas Nelson Publishers

    The ongoing Customer Q & A blog series highlights a wide range of Jitterbit customers to find out what business needs drove their integration requirements and what their reasons for selecting Jitterbit as their integration solution. In this week’s hot seat is Rick Proctor, VP of Information Technology at Thomas Nelson Publishers. Read the Customer Success Story Can you tell

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