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Why is iPaaS adoption growing to handle integrations in cloud architectures? By Daryl Eicher


“Integration used to be a lengthy, complicated process, a process that simply would not keep up…”

Software Development Times April 2020 edition features interviews on how to accelerate application connectivity with industry thought leaders including IDC’s Maureen Fleming and Oracle’s VP of Product Management for Digital Assistant and Integration, Suhas Uliyar. Learn why integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) continues to grow at double-digit rates and what it means to your IoT, AI, analytics, and application refactoring initiatives.

Integration is evolving to meet your need for speed

Find out how machine learning and business insight into end-to-end enterprise processes are helping lean digital business development teams innovate faster, identify bottlenecks, and leverage recommendations for intelligent data mapping.

“One of the top things customers are asking for is more out-of-the-box solutions.”

Solutions that tame the expanding complexity of intra-cloud, cloud-to-cloud, and cloud-to-ground integration and process automation. If you need to quickly connect any SaaS, on-premises, or custom business applications with less dependence on scarce IT specialists, check out SDTimes’ article iPaaS adoption growing to handle integrations in cloud architecturesRead the complete article here.

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