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Jitterbit Harmony Summer ‘18 Release Takes Enterprise Innovation and Productivity to Next Level

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According to a recent press release, “Jitterbit, the API transformation company, today announced the latest release of its enterprise iPaaS solution, Harmony Summer ‘18.  This release features support for the full range of integration personas – from citizen integrators to ad-hoc integrators to API developers – hundreds of new self-service recipes, certified GDPR compliance, support for the full API management lifecycle and a host of new connectivity upgrades, including the industry’s only iPaaS certified for SAP S/4HANA connectivity. The key driver for this release is the number of new cloud apps which has exploded 30-fold over the past two years. The result is that connecting these systems and automating business processes end-to-end has become increasingly important as enterprise data becomes scattered across an ever-increasing number of internal and external systems.”

The release goes on, “Companies need a way to empower teams of varying technical abilities to quickly compose innovative solutions through integration and APIs rather than relying solely on a small group of integration-specific developers to take the arduous, time-consuming and expensive route of manual coding. The Jitterbit Harmony Summer ‘18 release provides a unified platform for employees from all departments and across every level of expertise with an easy, efficient and secure way to exploit data from any source through a click-based approach. New product features and enhancements further cement Harmony as the API and integration platform for companies that want to compose applications and deliver services in a modern, intuitive way to unlock innovation and compete in an era defined by digital disruption.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: Jitterbit

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