Scribe Expands Operations in Europe to Support GDPR Compliance

Scribe Software, a global data integration leader, has opened a new data center in Europe, designed to meet significant new demand for integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).

Located in Frankfurt, Germany, Scribe's European data center is aimed at helping global organizations maintain compliance with all applicable regulations for storing data, including the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The new facility gives companies with Europe-based operations the option to host their integrations and keep transactional data within Europe, which helps ensure compliance to location-driven mandates and data sovereignty laws. 

In addition, the new data center will shorten the distance between users and their data, and thus result in faster performance for real-time application synchronization, data replication, and migrations. Customers with operations throughout EMEA will see an increase in performance, as Scribe Cloud Agents are now closer to source and target systems.

"Demand for our iPaaS solution is increasing across the globe," said Shawn McGowan, Scribe CEO. In Europe, enterprises are adopting more cloud applications and seeking solutions to shorten the time to develop, deploy, and maintain necessary integration, said Shawn McGowan, Scribe CEO.  The expansion in Germany is focused on providing customers the capabilities and process controls they need to support this rapid adoption.

Scribe's iPaaS serves as the embedded integration layer for major independent software vendors, software as a service (SaaS) providers, systems integrators, value added resellers and digital marketing agencies.

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