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Scribe Software Launches Connector Developer Program

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Scribe Software, a global data integration leader, today announced it has launched a new Connector Developer Program for SaaS companies that want to expand the connectivity of their own products and for developers and systems integrators that want to capture revenue from fast-growing demand for cloud integration platforms by extending the Scribe Online integration platform as a service (iPaaS). The Scribe Connector Developer Program allows these developers to build custom connectors for any custom or enterprise application, and make it available for sale to the integration development community at-large through the Scribe Online marketplace.”

The release goes on, “With the launch of the service, Scribe also announces general availability of two new connectors for Magento and ServiceNow. Both were developed by Datix, Inc.a company innovating in enterprise software integration, specifically among Epicor ERP, Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics 365. ‘The Connector Developer Program is a great innovation for developers and systems integrators because it gives us an additional channel through which we can benefit from the growing demand for cloud-based integration solutions,’ said T.J. McDowell, EVP of Software Development at Datix. ‘The Scribe marketplace for connectors exposes us to more potential buyers for the connector products we created and the option to have Scribe resell certain connectors gives us the ability to expand our active sellers for our unique integration products and services’.”

Read more at PRweb.

Photo credit: Scribe Software

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