Danish SaaS Company with Ties to Microsoft Establishes Presence in U.S.

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RapidiOnline, a Danish Data Integration Company, Brings Suite of SaaS Enterprise ERP-CRM Integration Applications to the U.S.

RapidiOnline Data Integration Solutions Are Available in Salesforce.com's AppExchange

RapidiOnline Data Integration Solutions Are Available in Salesforce.com's AppExchange

We’ve made the integration of Salesforce.com and the various instances of Microsoft Dynamics ERP platforms, both, an uncomplicated and cost effective process for our clientele world-wide

RapidiOnline Inc, a leading Copenhagen-based SaaS provider specializing in “on demand” enterprise data integration solutions, announced on Tuesday it would be expanding its operations into the United States with the establishment of an office in San Francisco.

The company, which prides itself in being an “out-of-the-box, end-to-end” data integration solution, was founded by Michael Bock - a key developer involved with Navision, a suite of accounting applications acquired by Microsoft in 2002.

Navision was the foundation for what is now known as Microsoft Dynamics.

“We are thrilled to bring our brand of data integration solutions to the United States,” espoused Bock. “We’ve made the integration of Salesforce.com and the various instances of Microsoft Dynamics ERP platforms, both, an uncomplicated and cost effective process for our clientele world-wide.”

“Security and speed of service are areas in which we have a competitive advantage over our competitors,” added CEO of RapidiOnline, Keith Marikh – a former Microsoft Business Solutions lead that was previously in charge of Navision/Dynamics’ rapid growth in a number of countries and regions.

“It’s all about laser-fast implementations, helping companies achieve greater operational efficiency … to help them realize an almost immediate ROI.”

Bock and Marikh will be joined by John McCabe, a 20 year veteran of the enterprise software industry, who will head up the American operations in coordination with RapidiOnline’s Danish headquarters.

“There are some great synergies in place with our various affiliates around the world, buoyed by Rapidi’s data integration platform - and unmatched expertise in helping companies gain greater insights into their businesses,” said McCabe, who will also work with Marikh on driving RapidiOnline’s business through partner channels.

RapidiOnline has been in business for over two decades and is already working with a number of companies in North America. The company will look to challenge in the same space that competitors such as Scribe, Dell Boomi, Informatica, Cast Iron and Jitterbit currently reside – starting with a presence at this year’s Microsoft Convergence and Salesforce.com Dreamforce conferences in Atlanta and San Francisco, respectively.

“We have over 20 years of data integration experience with customers that we continue to make happy … and with prodigious developers like Michael driving the platform, we’ll be in good shape for at least another 20. Stay tuned everyone,” said Marikh with a smile.

To hear more about RapidiOnline’s expansion into the United States, the solutions platform, or to interview any of the principals mentioned in the article, please contact Andrew Hong at ah(AT)rapidionline.com or visit the company website at http://www.rapidionline.com for more information.

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