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Filling the Salesforce Integration Gaps

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Salesforce is a global software as a service (SaaS) company to be reckoned with. The swarming crowds at its Dreamforce event last week were estimated to exceed 90,000.

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Comments (1)
Hi Mark, Unfortunately, we seem to equate integration with data migration and synchronization. As evident within the enterprise, data and ETL are limited in what they can achieve. Compare that with middleware, which is able to build dynamic business process, allow decision making and support long running synchronizations across multiple data sources. Roubroo provides a middleware like approach to cloud integration where not only it brings in data from multiple sources within enterprise and also from other cloud offerings, it also lets users define and change business logic. This woudl be complimentary to the current suite of ETL vendors you outline and more importantly let users run their business as-is and allow for transitions of specific data sources as the enterprise gets ready to move at its own pace.
Posted by Vishal S | Tuesday, September 25 2012 at 11:19PM ET
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