Scribe Software, which provides data integration services that help businesses link data uses across on-premises and cloud applications, just reported a growth rate of more than 150 percent for the first three months of 2013.
Among other accomplishments, the company added 23 new enterprise accounts that are using its Scribe Online Platform. This offering enables businesses to more easily create connections between on-premises data and information that might be stored in various cloud application services.
Scribe Software has forged a number of strategic partnerships to that end. Some of the software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers it works with closely include Microsoft, Salesforce, ExactTarget, Xactly, Silverpop, and FinancialForce, according to a press release describing its latest revenue status. New relationships include alliances with ISVs and developers such as Marketo, Datix, Evergage, FieldOne, Intacct, and Leaseworks.
Hitachi Solutions, which uses the cloud integration platform internally and as the basis for some of its own cloud integration solutions, said scalability and ease of use are among the main advantages of the Scribe Online Platform.
"We are using it internally, and are bringing to market packaged solutions for AX, CRM, and MarketingPilot Integration," said Gary Peterson, senior vice president of Hitachi Solutions, commenting on the Scribe technology. "Scribe's new visual interface makes cloud and hybrid data integration between core business applications easily accessible and speeds the development of new integrations to drive business value faster."
Scribe Software's publicly disclosed customers include Amway, Bank of America, Carnival, and Lufthansa.