That’s a dilemma that DSYNC says it can solve.
Described as a “super blender,” DSYNC translates and synchronizes data between systems. The service works with both both on-premise installations and cloud applications to allow them to share and sync data in near real time.
Martin Novak, co-founder and CIO of the Australia-based company, said he and partner Simon Church developed DSYNC as an alternative to existing system integration, which can often be expensive and difficult to implement. Novak said:
We developed DSYNC to help enable connectivity. We quickly realized that even platforms were interested in our integration services as it helped to rapidly connect to multiple applications.
DSYNC offers a free trial with no credit card required. packages start at $100 US per month.
For more details, visit the DSYNC website and check out the video below. The company is also on Twitter @_dsync and it will be on display in the US in September at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco and at SHOP.org, the conference for digital retailers, in Dallas.