Jitterbit Rolls Out Application Integration Platform

Paul Ferrill

Updated · Apr 29, 2014

Jitterbit, a provider of integration software, today announced full availability of its Harmony Integration Cloud Platform, which is designed to help customers integrate the growing number of new application endpoints with existing on-premise technologies and to manage the connections throughout the entire integration lifecycle.

According to Jitterbit Harmony allows companies to connect their siloed applications to any cloud, mobile or social endpoint. By bringing their apps together in Harmony, companies can quickly integrate business processes, such as connecting cloud front-office applications to on-premise ERP to provide order and billing detail for a call center agent trying to resolve customer billing issues.

Harmony provides a visual studio so that non-technical users can design processes that connect multiple endpoints, devices, geographies and partners. Features include a built-in formula library so users can add business logic, and the Jitterbit Automapper, for intelligently mapping fields. With Harmony, enterprises can run 100 percent cloud or on-premise, or in a hybrid environment.

“We are thrilled to deliver the biggest product release in our 10-year history to the general public,” said George Gallegos, CEO at Jitterbit, in a statement.

Since the summer of 2013, the Data Loader for Salesforce has been live on the Harmony Platform with over 5,000 customers. Feedback from those customers helped Jitterbit prepare Harmony for the release of the full enterprise edition.

Paul Ferrill
Paul Ferrill

Paul Ferrill has been writing for over 15 years about computers and network technology. He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering as well as a MS in Electrical Engineering. He is a regular contributor to the computer trade press. He has a specialization in complex data analysis and storage. He has written hundreds of articles and two books for various outlets over the years. His articles have appeared in Enterprise Apps Today and InfoWorld, Network World, PC Magazine, Forbes, and many other publications.