Accessing Enterprise Data in Cloud Applications

Accessing Enterprise Data in Cloud Applications

March 18, 2015 0 Comments

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Register for the Progress DataDirect Cloud webinar

Improved customer satisfaction is the focus of the next DataDirect Cloud webinar.

If you’re a software vendor, you've probably lost sleep over how to bring in data from the cloud, or access enterprise data behind a firewall or even in your clients' network behind a firewall. And you may struggle with how to make your applications better and at the same time, give your users and customers the best experience possible.

Let's say you sell BI/Analytics and data visualization software, like Tableau. Obviously, you want to deliver a delightful experience to your customers when they use your product. You can do this by giving them an easier way to connect to their own data, whether it's Salesforce data that resides in the cloud or an Oracle database that tracks inventory, behind a corporate firewall.

Discover How to Delight Your Customers In This Data Connectivity Webinar

You’re invited to join us on March 24th at 2 pm EDT for a discussion to learn how you can get rapid, secure access to data housed in the cloud.  During the webinar, you will learn about:

  • Simplifying data management to multiple data sources
  • Unlocking and securely access enterprise data from the cloud
  • Real-world examples of how companies use Progress® DataDirect Cloud™ to facilitate real-time access to enterprise and cloud data

Secure your spot in the webinar, or get started today with a free trial of DataDirect Cloud.

Suzanne Rose

Suzanne Rose

Suzanne is passionate about promoting the Progress Data Connectivity and Integration business and corporate initiatives through social media and other marketing channels using extraordinary and compelling content and effective metrics. She is also team lead for DCI content developers, new hires and interns.

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