A leading integration platform provider has opened a new data centre in Germany to meet rising demand.
Celigo, the leading integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) provider for both business and technical users, has launched the centre in Hanover.
It will provide infrastructure and compliance support based in Europe for the company’s fast-growing contingent of Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) customers.
The investment is part of the company’s worldwide expansion strategy to meet the rising demand for its integration platform.
Jan Arendtsz, founder and CEO of Celigo, said: “We’re off to a terrific start with our worldwide expansion strategy.
“This new data centre allows us to offer the same global level of performance, security, and reliability from European servers.”
Last year, Celigo brought veteran tech industry executive Gert-Jan Wijman on board as Senior Director for EMEA region, opened an Amsterdam office as its European headquarters and added to its London-based staff. The opening of the data centre is the latest investment in resources for EMEA customers and partners.
“Serving our hundreds of EMEA customers locally is a priority for Celigo,” said Arendtsz.
“I look forward to continuing to work with our EMEA colleagues to deliver solutions to customers worldwide.”
As business app usage spirals upward across all industries, it’s becoming more critical than ever for companies to find integration solutions to break down data silos so they can automate processes and leverage data to generate insights.
Celigo’s unique approach to iPaaS is increasingly popular because it simplifies integration for business users and IT professionals alike, connecting applications to facilitate the free flow of data and enable agility and innovation at an unprecedented scale.
Celigo’s groundbreaking iPaaS solution has been adopted by many companies throughout the EMEA region, including Bollé Brands, Veeam, Elli (Volkswagen Group), Mimecast, ESI Group, GetBusy, Meltwater, Paul Valentine, Pitney Bowes, and many others. Since launching its global expansion strategy last year, Celigo has experienced strong growth in the European market.