Rapid application development platform vendor Servoy is now integrated with Microsoft Office 365 for business applications.
As a result of the two-way connection with Office 365, Servoy customers can now create and edit Office 365 documents within their cloud-hosted application, trigger functions in their application from within Office 365, run Office 365 and their application in the same window, and seamlessly integrate Microsoft Word and Excel functionalities into powerful business applications, such as CRMs.
"To offer their applications in the cloud, software vendors need a tight integration with MS Office that works outside the desktop. With no viable solution available, they turned to us. Now, they can enjoy real-time, two-way integration with Office 365 without the need for external tools," Servoy founder Jan Aleman said.
Servoy, which was selected as a Cool Vendor in PaaS by Gartner, recently announced its high-productivity platform to design, build, and deliver business applications was available in the Microsoft Azure cloud, giving customers additional quality and reach.
To find out about the features of the Servoy platform and what customers are saying about it, download the partner's datasheet.
To learn more about Servoy's integration with Office 365, read the press release.
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