Gartner Recognises Scribe in 2016 Magic Quadrant

   Words by CRM Consultancy

   on 11/04/2016 12:23:34

Scribe has been the product of choice for Dynamics CRM Integration since 2006 and v3 being released in UK, and over the years we’ve used and partnered with Scribe in a wide range of Projects for both Integration and Data Migration.

So it’s great to see Scribe and their Cloud offering being recognised by Gartner as an Enterprise ready Integration Platform.

The Gartner Magic Quadrant is a series of Market Research which evaluates different technologies and platforms between Market Leaders, Challengers, Visionaries and Niche Players as way of detailing how different products are positioned in the wider market place.

Press Release from Scribe

We’ve used Scribe to run large and small migrations into Dynamics CRM, and for running Integrations between front-of-house CRM and back-office ERP and Accounts – so if you are looking for further information or advise using Scribe then please do not hesitate to get in touch.


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