Scribe Lowers Barrier to Integrating Cloud Applications With Revolutionary New Programming Framework


MANCHESTER, NH — November 19, 2015 — Scribe Software, a global data integration leader, today unveiled the Fast Connector Framework, a new toolkit for Scribe Online, the company’s integration platform as a service (iPaaS) offering, that enables software as a service (SaaS) providers to connect to critical business applications faster than ever. With the Fast Connector Framework, cloud application providers can meet customer connectivity demands for any application in days, not weeks.

“The explosion of cloud applications has created an intense need for integration, and SaaS providers are racing to keep up,” said Shawn McGowan, CEO, Scribe Software. “Now more than ever, every SaaS provider needs a scalable, cost-effective way to add the custom integrations their customers are demanding – the Fast Connector Framework was created with this philosophy in mind.” 

The Fast Connector Framework extends the capabilities of Scribe Online’s existing Connector Development Kit (CDK), providing Scribe Online iPaaS users with an accelerated integration kit designed for modern web applications and RESTful APIs. The framework acts as an onramp to the Scribe Online Connector Marketplace, allowing SaaS providers in Scribe’s SaaS Provider Partner Program to build a single connection between their application and Scribe Online, which gives them instant connectivity to every other application already in the marketplace. Applications in the marketplace include leading CRM systems, ERP systems, marketing automation systems, data enrichment services and collaboration software.

Available immediately, the Fast Connector Framework represents the next generation of instantly scalable iPaaS connectivity. Key benefits of the new framework include the following:

  • Seamless embedded integration capabilities. SaaS providers can use the framework to connect their application to the Scribe Online platform. After a one-time development effort, SaaS providers can offer customers custom integrations to any business application in the Scribe Online Connector Marketplace.
  • Lower technical requirements. With the new framework, technical line of business users – including business analysts – can add new applications to the Scribe Online Connector Marketplace and create custom integrations for their customers.
  • Faster time to connectivity. The framework lowers the time required to connect to an application from weeks to days.

Scribe Software’s iPaaS offering, Scribe Online, serves as the embedded integration layer for major SaaS providers and ISVs that want to seamlessly and cost-effectively scale the capabilities and connectivity of their software solutions. The platform provides instant connectivity into leading business applications including Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Eloqua, ExactTarget, HubSpot, Intacct, Marketo, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics AX, NetSuite, ON24, Silverpop and dozens of other applications. 

“Scribe Online and the platform’s CDK were built from the ground up to make integration as easy as possible,” continued McGowan. “Our new framework is the next logical step in advancing open, easy connectivity in the cloud.”

The innovative Fast Connector Framework is already in use internally via Scribe Labs, where Scribe employees are demonstrating the agility of the technology by creating connectors to meet customer needs in real time. To learn more about Scribe Labs, visit:

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About Scribe Software

Scribe is an established global provider of solutions that easily bring data anywhere it is needed – regardless of IT infrastructure. Scribe’s award-winning products help 12,000 customers and 1,200 partners use data – cloud-based, on-premise or a mix – to increase revenue, provide superior service, and create business value faster. It’s easy-to-use, enterprise-ready solutions are backed by extensive support options and training, and service customers across a wide array of industries including financial services, life sciences, manufacturing, and media and entertainment companies.