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Scribe Software Announces New Developer Success Portal

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release reports, “Scribe Software, a global data integration leader, today announced general availability of the Developer Success Portal, designed to help developers do more with Scribe Online, Scribe’s integration platform as a service (iPaaS). With the release, Scribe offers a comprehensive resource that enables application and integration developers at enterprises, systems integrators, and SaaS providers to build applications that offer greater access to application data, whether for real-time application integration, replication, data virtualization, internet of things projects, or a host of other integration initiatives. The Developer Success Portal provides access to an updated software developer kit (SDK) with a full suite of integration samples, reference applications, and educational materials designed to make integration more approachable.”

The release goes on, “Overall, the Portal aims to shorten developers’ time to integration, jump starting users’ projects by removing the need to code from scratch. Developers can extend or customize Scribe Online using the platform’s open API, and plug more applications into the platform. It is designed to give integration and application developers a wider window into what is possible with Scribe’s iPaaS, as organizations seek faster and more flexible integration solutions that can eliminate data gaps across the entire business. ‘The Scribe iPaaS is a substantial, intuitive platform that has allowed us to drive up the efficiency of our development team, and design integrations with plug-and-play connectivity,’ said TJ McDowell, EVP of Software Development at Datix, a company innovating in enterprise software integrations, particularly with Epicor ERP, Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics 365.”

Read more at Marketwired.

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