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Jaspersoft Partners with Elastic Intelligence to Provide Real-Time Access to SaaS Data via The Connection Cloud

Elastic Intelligence, the developer and marketer of the Connection Cloud, a revolutionary PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) platform, today announced a partnership with Jaspersoft, the intelligence inside apps and business processes, to provide Jaspersoft users with a real-time connection service to access their SaaS application data.

Through the partnership, Jaspersoft clients can use the Connection Cloud to access their data quickly from SaaS applications like Salesforce, Netsuite, Intacct, Zuora, Zendesk and Eloqua for their reporting and analysis purposes, without having to do any engineering or development work.

“Jaspersoft is pleased to partner with Elastic Intelligence to provide our users a means of accessing data that was previously difficult to retrieve due to the varying APIs and query language that exists in the SaaS universe,” said Joseph Rozenfeld, CTO, Jaspersoft. “The Connection Cloud provides a simple, but powerful link to valuable SaaS data that will enrich the business intelligence reporting of our customers.”

For the first time, with Connection Cloud, users are able to pull in disparate sources of SaaS data from where it resides, easily and quickly, on-demand, without the support of their IT staff.

“Business intelligence users want to avoid the time and expense it takes to develop special connectors for each application they want to access in the cloud. The Connection Cloud answers this need by providing the technology that enables them to bypass this roadblock,” said Ajay Singh, CEO, Elastic Intelligence. “We are delighted to be partnering with Jaspersoft to provide the easy connectivity and access Jaspersoft users want for use in BI, reporting and other applications.”

Key benefits of The Connection Cloud for Jaspersoft users include:

  • Fast login: To access their SaaS data, a Jaspersoft user simply needs to create an account on the Connection Cloud and connect to the service via the JDBC driver which will be shipped with the JasperReports Server. Within minutes, a Jaspersoft user can start analyzing and reporting on data from these SaaS applications.
  • No need to migrate: Data is accessed from where it resides and presented to the user as if it was all in a locally connected database.
  • Real time access: Pull in data from SaaS applications such as CRM, ERP and Marketing Automation – all in real time – no more stale data in your BI reports.

About Connection Cloud

Connection Cloud, developed and marketed by Elastic Intelligence, is the first and only real-time SQL-based Platform-as-a-Service for connecting to SaaS data for reporting, business intelligence (BI) and application development. Using Connection Cloud, business users and application developers can access their data from where it resides, eliminating the need for a data warehousing, or additional IT support. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is based in Menlo Park, California. For more information, visit http://www.connectioncloud.com/

About Jaspersoft

Jaspersoft empowers millions of people every day to make faster decisions by bringing them timely, actionable data inside their apps and business processes. Its embeddable, cost-effective reporting and analytics platform allows anyone to quickly self serve and get the answers they need and scales architecturally and economically to reach everyone. Thanks to a community that is hundreds-of-thousands strong, Jaspersoft’s commercial open source software has been downloaded millions of times and is used to create the intelligence inside hundreds of thousands of apps and business processes. Jaspersoft is a privately held company with offices around the world. For more information visit http://www.jaspersoft.com and http://community.jaspersoft.com

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