When you buy a new application, after the first light of excitement - this app is really easy to use, it solves my itil training in chennai problem immediately, what a great design....the next question in line is inevitably: how will I integrate this with my legacy on-premises apps or with other SaaS solutions?Let´s face it, most small businesses don´t think that much about the integration issue before buying a new app, well vendors make it very easy to buy with just a few clicks. Then most of us who bought a web-based app quickly realize how painful integration can be.
This is why end-users, ISVs, SIs and channel partners need it. Without integration web-based apps can not deliver their full potential and can´t make users happy.Even if most SaaS providers offer applications "fit for integration", usual through an open API, it will only integrate with mainstream apps such as Google Apps, QuickBooks or Salesforce.com.But there is a multitude of needs for on-premises to cloud and cloud to cloud solutions and the ecosystem of cloud-based applications is growing an incredible pace. This is fostering the development of a huge number of data adapters or apps connectors.