SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform enables modern enterprise data management and helps business users harness the power of cloud analytics

SAN MATEO, Calif. — November 19, 2014 — SnapLogic, Inc., the Elastic Integration company, today announced it has joined the Salesforce Analytics Cloud Ecosystem to help users of Wave, the Salesforce Analytics Cloud, to quickly and easily connect data, applications and APIs to maximize their cloud analytics investments.

SnapLogic Integration

SnapLogic delivers a multipoint integration platform as a service (iPaaS) that transforms and streams data in real time between cloud and on-premise applications. Built to handle modern big data integration requirements, the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform is a multitenant cloud service with a data processing engine that can run in the cloud, behind the firewall and as a YARN application in a Hadoop cluster, enabling users to wrangle data from any location, to speed and simplify data acquisition, preparation and delivery process for business analytics.

The Salesforce Analytics Cloud is the first cloud analytics platform designed for every business user, making it easier than ever for anyone to explore data, uncover new insights and take action instantly from any device.

“The SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform significantly speeds up enterprise data access everywhere,” said Darren Cunningham, vice president of marketing at SnapLogic. “Our collaboration with Salesforce helps users gain faster time to value and more comprehensive insights from their business analytics.”

“The convergence of mobile, social and cloud computing has sparked a data revolution, and companies today must leverage data-driven insights to connect with their customers in a whole new way,” said Keith Bigelow, senior vice president and general manager, Salesforce Analytics Cloud, Salesforce. “Salesforce Analytics Cloud is the first cloud analytics platform designed for every business user. With partners such as SnapLogic joining the Analytics Cloud ecosystem, companies can benefit from best practices and industry expertise to extend analytics for every business need, making it easier than ever for anyone to explore and share data instantly, uncover new insights and take action from anywhere.”

SnapLogic Elastic Integration Cloud and Salesforce Analytics Cloud Empower Customers to Transform Data into Business Insight

The SnapLogic Integration Platform for the Salesforce Analytics Cloud goes beyond simple data loading and delivers a powerful aggregation, mapping and transformation functionality as well as a simple drag-and-drop interface that ensures “citizen integrators” and Salesforce Analytics Cloud users are always working with the most complete data. Snap Patterns provide a simple configuration wizard and a set of pre-built integrations that empowers Salesforce customers to quickly get bring data from multiple sources into and out of the Analytics Cloud. Examples of Snap Patterns for the Salesforce Analytics Cloud include:

  • Marketing Analytics – Eloqua to Salesforce Wave
  • Revenue Cycle Analytics – Opportunity to Order from SAP and Oracle
  • Social Analytics – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other sources
  • HR Analytics – Salesforce and Workday integration
  • Big Data Analytics – Rapid connectivity to and from Hadoop

Salesforce Analytics Cloud Opens Up Insights From Every Data Source Now Anyone Can Build and Deploy Analytics for Any Business Need

Powered by the Wave Platform, the Salesforce Analytics Cloud, is the first cloud analytics platform that enables admins, analysts, IT and developers to work closely with business leaders to empower everyone to make smarter, data-driven decisions in seconds. Wave is natively integrated with the Salesforce1 Platform and shares the same trusted single sign-on, data security and compliance features of the platform. This enables users to quickly drag and drop data from Salesforce, including data from partner apps built on the platform, to deploy sales, service and marketing analytics apps. In addition, developers and IT can use Wave APIs and other data connectors to easily connect to third-party data sources—from structured SAP and Oracle data to unstructured machine and social data. And because Wave is a platform, developers can also build custom analytics apps for any business function, or embed analytics into a new generation of apps and connected products for customers.

About SnapLogic
SnapLogic connects enterprise data and applications in the cloud and on-premises for faster decision-making and improved business agility. With the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform, organizations can more quickly and affordably accelerate the “cloudification” of enterprise IT with fast, multi-point and modern connectivity of data, applications and things. Funded by leading venture investors, including Andreessen Horowitz and Ignition Partners, and co-founded by Gaurav Dhillon, co-founder and former CEO of Informatica, SnapLogic is utilized by prominent companies in the Global 2000.

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