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Simplifying access to company data

By Martin Naude Time of article published Apr 20, 2020

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Most businesses nowadays need to give employees access to company data from remote locations, regardless whether it's on-premise or in the cloud. Synatic has introduced a set of pre-built connectors and integration solutions to solve these complex data challenges and more importantly, it can be implemented in a simple no code environment and without costly resources.

Businesses today must have the ability to move fast and get the most out of their data. Companies like Synatic offer instant business value with reduced implementation times and an iterative approach, and doesn't compromise on enterprise-grade features, reliability and scalability. More importantly, they have the ability to integrate cloud solutions to on-premise solutions without moving to the cloud, if moving to the cloud isn’t an option.

Keeping essential services running on low staff requirements is achieved by replacing manual systems with automated ones where systems easily talk to each other. What would normally have taken months to deliver in a traditional data solution, can now be delivered in days.

This can be done through one unified platform with turnkey integration - one solution for event or batch driven ETL, integration, automation and in process data manipulation all configured through a simple user interface.

Synatic empowers iterative development and short time to value. It offers an API Builder including SOAP, oData, REST or GraphQL, rapidly creating secure, scalable and manageable micro services using a simple interface. Furthermore, the key to data automation is keeping people in the loop with access to pertinent information provided by an operations portal.

To connect on-premise ERP solutions to eCommerce solutions like Magento, BigCommerce and Shopify, customers can use on-premise relay and Synatic in the cloud. This platform can help connect manufacturing processes both internally and to the supply chain, so that users can automate as many processes as possible - thereby avoiding social contact. It makes data movement easy.

Martin Naude is the CEO of Synatic. 


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