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Six Ways to Monetize Your Mashup Development Skills

26 March , 2008

Despite what many people tend to think, mashups are not just grabbing someone’s Web content. A well-made mashup is actually a brand new information resource, which is unique, genuine, and represents a greater value than its single components. If the mashup fails to meet the above-mentioned conditions, one can write it off as a dustbin full of informational garbage. Users are willing to pay only for those mashups that are of some value either for business or fun. In other words, the resource is worth considering when the idea of a certain mashup, the idea to combine these very components, makes sense. Nobody is interested in a mashup that transforms a number of useful Web sites into a huge useless mess.

 
Apatar Open Source Data Integration Debuts StrikeIron Email Verification Connector

February 5, 2008

Apatar, a provider of open source software tools for the data integration market, announced the availability of StrikeIron Email Verification connector for the Apatar Open Source Data Integration toolset. The new feature is designed to determine the validity of an email address or domain using StrikeIron Web Services.

 
CRM from Pivotal, Concursive CRM for AlphaGraphics, Apatar...

February 15, 2008

Apatar, a vendor of open source software tools for the data integration market, has announced a technology and marketing alliance with EnterpriseDB, the Oracle-compatible database company. Apatar will support EnterpriseDB’s Postgres-based database products as both sources and targets of data integration initiatives.

 
StrikeIron E-Mail Verification Picked for Apatar Tool Set

January 28, 2008 by David Sims.

Apatar, a vendor of open source software tools for the data integration market, has chosen StrikeIron E-mail Verification connector for the Apatar Open Source Data Integration tool set. The feature is designed to determine the validity of an e-mail address or domain. It lets users cleanse customer data by validating and filtering e-mails extracted from databases, files, applications and such Web 2.0 destinations as Flickr, Amazon S3 and RSS feeds.

 
Open Source Vendor Apatar Partners With EnterpriseDB In Data Integration

By Antone Gonsalves, February 7, 2008

Apatar, a maker of open source data integration tools, has agreed to support EnterpriseDB's Postgres-based database products. Under the partnership, Apatar software can be used to integrate EnterpriseDB database with a variety of data sources, including other databases, such as MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, and Oracle. In addition, users will be able to link information in EnterpriseDB products with information in Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and CSV/TXT files and in applications, such as Salesforce.com and SugarCRM.

 
Twist on Now Familiar Tale of Independent Middleware Buyout

Loraine Lawson on February 8, 2008

Another middleware company bites the dust. Apatar Allies with EnterpriseDB. Apatar offers open source tools for data integration. This week, the company unveiled a support agreement with EnterpriseDB, an Oracle-compatible database company. Apatar designs its tools for business users, so IT doesn’t need to get bogged down in basic integration.

 
Ten tech start-ups that should matter

By Julie Bort, December 20, 2007

In 2007,we designated more than 90 start-ups as worth watching. After a second look, we picked these 10 as offering what matters most in the enterprise -- agility, seamless integration and pervasive connectivity.

 
Apatar and StrikeIron connect open source with data quality

November 19, 2007

In a brand new partnership, Apatar becomes the first company to provide open source data-quality tools leveraging StrikeIron’s verification Web services. The new release of Apatar Open Source—available as a free download—enables users to extract, verify, and cleanse customer information across databases (e.g., MySQL, Microsoft SQL, Oracle); files (e.g., Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, CSV/TXT files); applications (e.g., Salesforce.com, SugarCRM); and the top Web 2.0 destinations (Flickr, Amazon S3, RSS feeds).

 
Apatar Data Integration Now Available on Salesforce.com

By David Sims, November 7, 2007

Apatar, a vendor of open source data mashups, has announced the availability of the Apatar Data Integration solution on Salesforce.com's AppExchange directory.

 
Salesforce.com Users Meet Open Source Data Mashups from Apatar

By Alex Pipko, November 12, 2007

Salesforce.com customers can complete integration projects in just days using Apatar’s “no coding” open source approach to integration.

 
Got a bad business app? Get your data out.

By Don Marti, November 6, 2007

This one is for everyone who has to use some...well, "legacy" is a polite word for it...business application because it has a bunch of important data stuck in it.

 
Mobile CRM Deal for Antenna and Oracle, Castle and SalesLogix, Apatar and Salesforce.com, Cast Iron

By David Sims, Novemner 7, 2007

Apatar, a vendor of open source data mashups, has announced the availability of the Apatar Data Integration solution on Salesforce.com's AppExchange directory.

 
Apatar Data Integration Now Available on Salesforce.com

Apatar, a vendor of open source data mashups, has announced the availability of the Apatar Data Integration solution on Salesforce.com's AppExchange directory.

 
Dump your legacy CRM system for Salesforce.com using open source tools

By Alex Khiznyak, November 5, 2007

Do you have a business application you'd drop like a hot rock if you could just get your data out? Fire up this open source drag-and-drop tool and get happy.

 
Apatar

Today, I stumbled upon Apatar. They are in beta - connecting data. Interesting: Apatar supplies open source software, but since that doesn’t heat up the fire, they are the supplier of support, training and consulting. Very smart.

 
Migrating to SugarCRM on Linux

Thanks to its use of open standards and open source, SugarCRM has emerged as a healthy and well-supported alternative to other proprietary customer relationship management (CRM) applications like Salesforce.com and Act. That said, more people now use products other than SugarCRM. So in many cases, if you deploy SugarCRM it will involve migrating from another product. In this article, I'll discuss some of the ways SugarCRM and its partners have created solutions for migrating from other products.

 
Apatar

By Jason Pratt, September 19, 2007

I have to tell you guys about this incredible tool I saw today called Apatar. It allows you to hook data sources together - like SQL to Salesforce, POP3 to XML, or Buzzsaw to RSS (or any combination thereof.).

 
Open Source Customer Service

By dlambert, September 4, 2007

A while back, I replied to a post on a Joel-on-Software forum about how to compete with an open source competitor. In my reply, I suggested that the author look at usability and customer service, as these are often two weak links in open source projects.

 
Open source data integration in Network World

By Marc Russel, August 17, 2007

Today I ran into an article in Network World in which they have selected eight open source companies to watch. I usually don’t pay too much attention to these marketing things, but I found interesting that two of the companies selected are doing data integration: Apatar and Talend.

 
Open source companies to watch

By Jon Brodkin, August 23, 2007

Open source is making its way into more and more enterprises with cheap, robust alternatives to solutions offered by proprietary software vendors. Read this article to learn about nine open source companies worth watching in the areas of Web search, server virtualization, data integration, collaboration software and e-mail.

 
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