DSYNC integrates data and applications in near real time across cloud environments, as well as traditional systems, allowing organizations to develop a unified view of their business and customers across organizational and technology silos
DSYNC is a high volume data synchronization platform that connects disparate systems together. Our company was founded in 2015 to help companies with the modern challenge of connecting data between systems.
We identified the high cost of system integration as a concern causing many organisations to improve efficiency. The primary reasons for organizations not integrating systems is cost, the time taken to integrate and the increased risk to the operation during deployment. Our product strategy, distribution model and company culture work in concert to create unique value for our customers and competitive advantage for the company.
Our mission is to enable every organization to harness the power of their data. Our software platform, DSYNC, integrates data and applications in near real time across cloud environments, as well as traditional systems, allowing organizations to develop a unified view of their business and customers across organizational and technology silos. The need to make data-driven decisions throughout every organization is creating demand for the data in multiple applications to be connected.
The company’s goal is to become the primary systems integration platform in the mid to enterprise market space. Effective and strategic use of data to optimize every aspect of business is a competitive advantage. DSYNC is a key enabler of the data-driven enterprise where data is becoming a strategic asset.
DSYNC allows customers in any industry to improve business performance by using their data to create new insights and to automate business processes. - Gartner estimated that in 2015, $3.5 trillion would be spent on information technology globally - Gartner sizes the 2015 global iPaaS market at $414 million - According to Mulesoft CEO Greg Schott, per interview with Forbes insists is the total global spend for integration is approximately 500 billion annually.
According to Gartner, Inc., a market research firm, estimates worldwide application infrastructure and middleware (AIM) software revenue totalled $23.9 billion in 2015. The research company also estimates that the enterprise iPaaS market expanded notably during 2015, exceeding $400 million and growing more than 50% in terms of providers subscription revenue when compared to 2014. However, some providers far exceeded this and in the case of some smaller vendors, registering triple-digit growth was not uncommon.