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Scribe Partnership With ON24 Brings Fast, Cost-Effective and Efficient Integration With Salesforce.com

ON24, the Industry Leader in Webcasting and Virtual Events, Selects Scribe to Integrate Salesforce.com CRM, Helping ON24 Clients More Quickly Identify New Sales Opportunities

MANCHESTER, NH -- (Marketwire) -- 09/18/12 -- Scribe's partnership with ON24 will help the industry-leading virtual events company integrate its product platform with Salesforce.com CRM without having to devote time and resources to building their own custom integration solution.

The global market leader, ON24 provides webcasting and virtual event solutions for organizations in technology, publishing, life sciences and financial services. Primary applications range from lead generation to sales enablement and virtual trade shows.

The choice of the Scribe Online platform enables ON24's clients to seamlessly integrate their webcasts and virtual events with Salesforce.com, empowering them to synchronize leads generated by these webcasts with CRM. This integration helps ON24 clients to get the most out of their ON24-powered webcasts by transferring the associated lead information to Salesforce.com, thus allowing them to have one central CRM system for tracking sales opportunities, rather than two separate reporting systems.

"The functionality and ease of use of the Scribe Online Platform allow us to react quickly to customer requests without having to devote our resources to custom-building an integration with Salesforce," says Tom Masotto, vice president of product management for ON24. "Increasingly, enterprises are looking to have Salesforce be the central repository for all their contact and lead information. Scribe enabled us to implement the Salesforce integration in less than two months."

The integration allows ON24 to more tightly couple vital customer information gathered during virtual events with the reporting features built into ON24, giving its customers a single point of access to the data they need. Having a partner like Scribe handle the connections offers a way for ON24 to "future-proof" their Salesforce integration by offloading the difficult task of keeping up with advances and revisions in the SFDC product to a trusted partner like Scribe, which has a track record of providing SaaS integrations that just work.

The quick and reliable integration process has prompted ON24 to initiate plans to leverage Scribe's wide variety of additional connectors to offer its clients integrations with the growing number of other CRM and other marketing automation platforms. Additionally, as ON24 extends its integration with Salesforce, they will be able to offer clients additional metrics about their webcasts and virtual events, such as whether attendees asked questions or engaged with hosts or each other.

"We are delighted that ON24 has selected Scribe as their partner for data integration," said Roger Hodskins, vice president of strategic alliances at Scribe. "The ON24 connector provides Scribe and Salesforce.com users with a powerful solution for enhancing their insights into customers and prospects."

About Scribe

Scribe Software is the leader in CRM integration. With over 1,000 partners and 12,000 customers, Scribe has proven its ability to deliver cost-effective, reliable data solutions that give both its customers and partners a competitive advantage in business today. A Microsoft President's Award winner, Scribe has deep expertise in all Microsoft offerings, including Dynamics CRM Online, Dynamics CRM, Dynamics GP, and Dynamics NAV. Scribe's expertise also includes Salesforce.com, Oracle, and SAP, among others. Customers and partners span a wide array of industries, including Financial Services, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, and Media & Entertainment. For more information, please visit www.scribesoft.com, follow Scribe on Twitter, or subscribe to the Scribe Blog.

About ON24, Inc.

ON24, the virtual communications platform for the global enterprise, provides interactive, impactful cloud-based solutions that drive outstanding results. ON24 offers a broad and innovative product portfolio, including webcasting, virtual events and virtual environments, accessible from any device and supported by robust reporting and analytics. Applications for the ON24 platform include demand generation, partner enablement, training, product launches, company town hall meetings and user conferences. More than 700 organizations, including IBM, CA Technologies, Merck, Unilever, JPMorgan Chase, Deloitte, Credit Suisse, Ernst & Young, Amazon and New York Life, rely on ON24. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices throughout the world. For more information, visit http://www.ON24.com.

Scribe Media Contact:
Andrea Nieto
B3 Communications, Inc.
415.378.9562
Email Contact

ON24 Media Contact:
Curtis Sparrer
Grayling Connecting Point
Phone: 415-442-4034
Email Contact

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