Inatech launches cloud integration solution that enables businesses to create a ‘best-of-breed’ IT infrastructure

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Inatech, the global cloud software and IT Services Company, has launched Inacloud, its cloud integration solution designed specifically for businesses to deliver intelligence through integration. By using Inacloud, powered by leading cloud technologies, small and medium-sized companies can now create their own 'best-of-breed' IT infrastructures.

Rather than having to opt for a single IT system like an ERP, Inacloud enables companies to integrate different components from their applications, best- of -breed softwareand legacy systems and join them together in the cloud. This means businesses can avoid the need to upgrade legacy systems or 'rip and replace' current software, therefore protecting and maximising returns from their existing infrastructure.Inacloud is an extended Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) solution.

According to Gartner Inc. "The integration-platform-as-a-service market is growing fast, driven by organizations' mounting cloud services integration needs. Directors of integration must assess the suitability and readiness of an increasing number of offerings to avoid mismatched functionality and project failures."1

"Integration is the biggest headache for medium sized companies. Unable to afford on- premise middleware, Inacloud provides a neat solution to this problem by bringing their chosen applications together in a single interface, harnessing the power of the cloud, on a subscription monthly payment model" commented Jean-Herve Jenn, CEO of Inatech.

Inatech's Inacloud can be used with a wide range of applications both cloud-based and on-premise. It can be hosted on Inatech's private cloud or Microsoft's Azure to provide a scalable solution with high availability and vertical and horizontal elasticity.

The packaged solution connects diverse applications into a single interface in a 4-8 week timeframe. In addition, a real-time analytics module enables users to extract business and operational insights from their newly integrated applications.

"Without proper integration and appropriate data mining tools, gleaning intelligence from disparate systems is extremely difficult and means data tends to stay locked away in organisational siloes," continued Jean-Herve Jenn.

Pricing is structured in such a way that, as the organisation expands, Inacloud can be scaled accordingly, with a subscription-based approach to licensing.

1Source: Gartner Inc. Who's who in Integration Platform as a Service, published 30th August 2013.


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