I gave the prezi below on SQL access to SaaS at #PRGS13 in Boston and it was well received by Application Partners, Industry Analysts and Global Organizations in attendance.
The goal of the presentation at an appdev conference like #PRGS13 was two fold:
1. Illustrate how direct real-time SQL access instantly connects the business systems to SaaS data silos for data driven organizations.
2. Show ISVs how ODBC/JDBC access enables those data driven organizations to increase value from their SaaS applications. Salesforce platform is just one example.
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Ranking the ODBC/JDBC application landscape for SaaS vendors
Is your data access strategy blocking adoption of your SaaS application?
Get more information on SQL access to Salesforce.com; visit www.datadirectcloud.com; or call us at 1-800-876-3101 to speak with a Systems Engineer to learn how to make data access to SaaS sources easy via ODBC and JDBC.
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Technology researcher, thought leader and speaker working to enable enterprises to rapidly adopt new technologies that are adaptive, connected and cognitive. Sumit has been working in the data access infrastructure field for over 10 years servicing web/mobile developers, data engineers and data scientists. His primary areas of focus include cross platform app development, serverless architectures, and hybrid enterprise data management that supports open standards such as ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, GraphQL, OData/REST. He has presented dozens of technology sessions at conferences such as Dreamforce, Oracle OpenWorld, Strata Hadoop World, API World, Microstrategy World, MongoDB World, etc.
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