Fujitsu acquires RunMyProcess for iPaaS

Asia Cloud Forum Editors
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Fujitsu  has finalized to acquire France-based cloud service provider RunMyProcess (RMP) for its integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) cloud offerings.

RMP is a venture company founded in 2007. The iPaaS offers enables users to build and deploy new generation business critical applications by integrating and combining existing services and assets from both cloud and on-premise based solutions. The company was previously recognized by Gartner as a "Cool Vendor" in 2009.

iPaaS is said to enable faster and more cost-effective management of cross-organizational business processes. It also enables enterprises to leverage services available both in public clouds and on premise by starting small and scaling up as required. The integration platform is also gaining popularity with cloud integrators developing best-practice building blocks for repeatable business, and among solution providers looking to the cloud to drive future growth.
 
Matthieu Hug, co-founder and CEO of RunMyProcess, said, "In becoming a member of the Fujitsu Group, we promise to provide ever-more innovative and optimal solutions."
 
Additionally, Fujitsu plans to establish the Global Software Center in California's Silicon Valley as the hub of its cloud business. Starting with the RMP's services, Fujitsu will continue to grow its cloud services business and expand its portfolio to further strengthen its cloud business on a global scale
 

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