Nimaya’s ActionBridgeŽ securely joins on-premise applications and data with on-demand applications and data to create a “mashup”. The result is an interactive interface displaying what you need, when you need it; securely empowering users to collaborate more efficiently.
Organizations face the challenge of securely connecting SaaS
applications in the cloud with traditional on-premise systems. As
businesses evolve, processes, systems and data become
interdependent. However, a substantial divide exists between the
enterprise and the cloud, inhibiting interoperability. ActionBridgeŽ
resolves this dilemma through a secure and innovative approach to
creating a single application interface. This application provides
access and interactivity via new functions and analytics derived
from the virtual combination of the separate systems, regardless of
domain. As events occur in on-premise systems, processes and data
are updated in the SaaS applications.
The result is new information and applications that empower the end
user to produce more revenue, reduce expenses, and mitigate risk.
Likewise, organizations have many on-premise systems that workers
rely upon throughout the secure network. However, they don’t
necessarily need access to the full functionality of each system (or
its data); and they may also be restricted from certain information
or functions. ActionBridgeŽ takes the key functionality of each
system and brings it together into a single interface, with a robust
security layer. Pseudo functions may then be cast across the
applications, creating entirely new analytical insight and business
processes. Security roles, business rules, workflows, alerts and
events are then applied. The result is a new application, complete
with analytics, functions and data empowering users to produce more
revenue, at a lower cost, and with less risk.
The challenge is to bridge these vital on-premise systems with the agile
on-demand systems in the cloud to uncover new opportunities.
A new study reports that
irritated customers are five times more likely to vent
to a friend than a store rep and on average they will
tell four friends. Why should you care? The same study
reports that those told about a friend's bad shopping
experience are up to five times as likely to avoid the
store in question as the original unhappy customer!
Did you get that? For every
disgruntled customer that walks out your door there will be four
potential customers that are five times less likely to give you a try.