TIBCO Software said yesterday that it has acquired New Hampshire-based cloud data integration provider Scribe Software. TIBCO will roll its Scribe Online capabilities into TIBCO Cloud Integration as a complimentary package. Organizations can continue to subscribe to Scribe just like they did prior to the merger, and customers will be able to utilize TIBCO Connected Intelligence Cloud capabilities like API management and visual analytics.
TIBCO offers a fully integrated data platform that can handle a variety of data integration use cases. The company’s acquisition of Cisco’s data virtualization technologies rounds out its product portfolio even further. TIBCO’s integration solution can be deployed on-prem, in the cloud, or via a hybrid model. Cloud-native application integration, API management, IoT connectivity, and an eye on evolving customer needs has TIBCO’s arrow pointing straight up.
Scribe’s Integration Platform as a Service product has been recognized by the leading analyst houses for its ease of use, breadth of connectivity options and lifecycle management capabilities. The company recently unveiled a new developer portal that provides access to an updated SDK with a full suite of sample integrations and reference applications. Scribe’s new developer program allows developers to build custom connectors for any enterprise application through the Scribe Online Marketplace.
In a statement to the media, TIBCO’s Chief Operating Officer Matt Quinn said: “By strengthening TIBCO’s Connected Intelligence Cloud with Scribe’s unique data automation and SaaS integration capabilities, we enable the broadest set of users to participate in digital transformation efforts. Scribe’s straightforward, code-free method of creating, testing, and managing data flows enables thousands of customers and partners to quickly and easily connect their SaaS apps for better business performance. We are excited to have Scribe as part of TIBCO, and welcome its customers and partners to the TIBCO community.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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