Scribe was founded in 1995 to address a new problem for business at the time - how to integrate Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications and data into the rest of the enterprise. Now, 17 years later we are the leading provider of CRM integration solutions. During those 17 years we've seen data integration evolve from simple point to point integration for on-premise applications to today's active integration hubs combining data from multiple applications across multiple platforms.
The emergence of cloud platforms, the explosion of data and the development of new avenues for information - social media, mobile - make the role of integration one of critical importance for any business. The companies that succeed in bringing together essential pieces of information across their business will sell more, service better and ultimately compete more effectively in their markets.
I joined Scribe in 2010 at a critical juncture for both the integration industry and Scribe. Integration providers must now be able to support multi-platform, multi-application integrations with ease as well as global workforces. Scribe for its part launched Scribe Online - a flexible, scalable cloud based platform for integration - in 2011 to complement its flagship Scribe Insight solution. Throughout the year, Scribe has continuously launched new integration services on the Scribe Online platform. An evolving platform that will continue to grow, Scribe Online supports both end customer integrations and our very robust partner ecosystem.
As I look to the future, it's bright. I see integration continuing as a pivotal piece of the puzzle for businesses worldwide. At Scribe, we will continue to build on our experience and offer leading integration solutions for on-premise, cloud and hybrid environments. We will continue to provide our partners with flexible, scalable solutions that allow them to be successful with their customers.
Bring on the data, we'll integrate it.
On behalf of Scribe, we look forward to working with you. – less–ZoomInfo