Wednesday, December 3, 2008

StrikeIron provides an on-demand Web-based infrastructure for delivering business data to any Internet-connected system

What Company Is Offering:
StrikeIron provides an on-demand Web-based infrastructure for delivering business data to any Internet-connected system, including Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, Web sites, mashups, spreadsheets or core enterprise systems. StrikeIron is the first mover as a Web services on-demand provider, with a projected market potential of $4.6 billion dollars in 2013, according to Forrester Research. Poised to help redefine the Web, StrikeIron is the leading innovator in the data-as-a-service (DaaS) space, and is positioned to become the primary data provider to next generation Web-oriented applications, including applications built using platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings.

Unique Features:

1.The Marketplace is sophisticated Software as a Service data distribution engine that greatly reduces the complexity for developers and business users who want to integrate live data from any number of sources. The Marketplace is built on top of a technology platform that provides a consistent interface across many XML-based Web services from multiple, diverse sources. This allows customers and partners to customize and integrate external data sources and additional external functionality into enterprise, Web, and composite applications.

StrikeIron launched its IronCloud platform as a commercial offering in 2008. It is the only comprehensive Web services Delivery Platform that opens up new channels for data distribution and consumption through Web services. Enterprises of all sizes can now reduce the cost, complexity and challenges of managing data distribution, including metering, monitoring, and authentication, and concentrate their focus on making information easier to access and use.

2.IronCloud expands the application of this infrastructure beyond subscription-based Web service usage. Companies that want to leverage the same Web service delivery platform to externalize their own data or services to the general public for use in applications, mashups, mobile devices, and Web sites can take advantage of our "industrial strength Web service onboarding" capabilities. They can have services live and available on the Web for use in a very short period of time. This allows waves of innovators to build on top of the service provider's offering and deliver valuable real-time analytics back to the service provider about that usage so the offerings can be optimized.

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