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Jitterbit Boosts Connectivity, Usability and Performance for Enterprise Application Integration With Upgraded Harmony Platform

New Harmony Summer Release '14 Highlights Jitterbit's Focus on Continuous Innovation, Bringing a New Level of Speed and Ease to Integrations

ALAMEDA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/20/14 -- Jitterbit, the leading provider of fast, agile integration solutions for the modern enterprise, today announced the launch of its upgraded Harmony Summer Release '14 platform, which enables companies to connect their cloud, mobile, and on-premise applications faster and more smoothly than ever before. Following quickly on the initial launch of Jitterbit Harmony in April, the upgraded Harmony Summer Release '14 platform underscores Jitterbit's commitment to continuous innovation, delivering a range of new features and enhancements.

Harmony Summer Release '14 includes the following improvements to Jitterbit's market-leading multi-tenant cloud platform:

  • New social user invites
  • Enhanced project management console
  • Enhanced security roles
  • New Harmony Oracle EBS Connector
  • Support for NetSuite custom objects and record types
  • Enhanced Elastic Cloud Agents

The explosion of new endpoints created by the convergence of cloud, mobile, and the Internet of Things has challenged companies that leverage best-of-breed applications to build integrated digital processes. Experts predict that by 2020, there will be more than 50 billion digital endpoints that businesses can leverage to run more sophisticated and streamlined operations. But with 85 percent of enterprise data still stored in on-premise systems such as ERP solutions, custom applications, and secure databases, companies need a flexible integration platform that can connect these diverse applications and ultimately break down the walls between these islands of data.

"As companies continue to leverage an increasing number of applications and endpoints to manage their operations, the need for a single, easy-to-use platform to connect everything becomes more pressing," said Jitterbit Vice President of Marketing and Business Development Andrew Leigh. "With this new release, Jitterbit continues to improve its platform to enable more businesses to take full advantage of innovative social, mobile, and cloud-based technologies, as well as the rapidly expanding Internet of Things."

Because Jitterbit's Integration-as-a-Service model allows all customers to use a single cloud platform for their integrations, all Jitterbit Harmony customers will benefit from the new release with a seamless upgrade to Harmony Summer Release '14. For new customers, integration prices begin at $1,000 per month; for more information about pricing please visit www.jitterbit.com/pricing.

About Jitterbit, Inc.
Jitterbit amplifies the value of enterprise applications with a modern, flexible, and easy-to-use integration cloud platform. Designed for the technical business analyst, Jitterbit allows companies of all sizes to solve the challenges of application, data, and business process integration between on-premise and cloud systems. Jitterbit's graphical "Clicks Not Code" approach and modern cloud platform accelerate and simplify the design, deployment and management of modern integration projects. Privately held, Jitterbit is headquartered in Alameda, CA. To learn more about Jitterbit's application integration, data integration, and cloud integration solutions, visit www.jitterbit.com. To join the conversation, follow @Jitterbit on Twitter.

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