Enterprise and mid-market companies benefit from Liaison’s deep B2B data integration experience to leverage hyper-hybrid clouds
ATLANTA— March 28, 2012 —
Liaison Technologies, a global provider of secure cloud-based integration and data management services and solutions, is in-step with the evolution of the computing industry, leveraging its successful history as a business-to-business and enterprise application integration innovator to expand its Cloud Services Brokerage (CSB) model to support hyper-hybrid clouds. As a CSB, Liaison establishes and manages connections for customers, and also handles the resulting complex data integration and data management issues that come with using multiple cloud services, private clouds and on-premise applications to perform internal and external business processes.
With 12 years of integration and data management experience, and substantial technology assets at its disposal, Liaison has long leveraged its intellectual property and expertise to deliver secure, cloud-based integration and data management solutions for hyper-hybrid clouds at a fraction of the cost, at reduced risk, and on an accelerated timeline compared to other alternatives. Hyper-hybrid clouds are multiple hybrid clouds—vendor clouds working directly with clouds inside of an organization—to serve the organization.
“For companies like Liaison with a rich history of providing platform-based B2B integration services, becoming a data aware Cloud Services Brokerage for organizations that want to leverage the emerging hyper-hybrid cloud model is a natural progression,” said Shana DeLuca, director of Product Management for Security, Integration in the Cloud and Cloud Services Brokerage at Liaison. “We were doing cloud computing long before it became a trend and are committed to adapting and evolving with our customers’ changing business requirements. By brokering cloud services for our customers, we’re leveraging our people, processes and technology to fulfill a growing need in the market. We want to help our customers simplify and navigate this emerging technical landscape.”
Liaison’s solutions enable B2B and enterprise application integration to take place through deep domain expertise in cloud services. As a trusted partner, Liaison works with customers to understand how integration and data management support their business strategy. Liaison’s unique and high-value services solve the most complex data integration problems, enabling organizations across industries to leverage the volumes of business data they collect to gain a competitive edge. Through these high-touch services, Liaison’s customers become unencumbered from the worries of how to actually perform data integration, handle data management and what to do to connect and integrate data among various clouds. Given this new freedom, they gain the clarity to strategically refine their business processes and take action to positively impact their internal operations and customers.
“The concept of Cloud Services Brokerage is still new and people want clarity,” said DeLuca. “We developed the idea for this book to help clear up the misconceptions and explain exactly how a CSB fits into a hybrid IT strategy.”
Liaison Technologies is a global data management and integration company. It provides innovative solutions to integrate, transform, harmonize, manage and secure critical business data on-premise or in the cloud. With a comprehensive array of business-to-business and application-to-application integration and data transformation services, as well as on-premise and cloud-based data security solutions, Liaison’s practitioners implement data management infrastructures adapted to each client’s specific business requirements. Headquartered in Atlanta, Liaison has offices in the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit liaison.opentext.com.
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