Maestrano aggregates vendors’ Cloud applications with Connec!

Integration tool targeted at non-technical SMBs

Maestrano has launched a Cloud applications aggregation tool for small to medium businesses (SMB) which promises integration of disparate solutions from different vendors within one platform.

The Sydney-based start-up claims the tool, Connec!, does so by breaking down the Cloud silo model by aggregating applications to emulate end-to-end functionality.

Once implemented, SMBs can select preferred applications which are then automatically stitched together by Connec! without technical user interference.

“Connec! changes everything for small business computing” Maestrano co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO), Stéphane Ibos, said.

“Integrating enterprise applications has traditionally been complex, slow and expensive, priced beyond the reach of small business. Today, we are bringing ready to use integrated solutions to SMBs, in a one-stop-shop designed for non-technical users, helping them to be more efficient, more profitable and more competitive."

Connec! is priced from $0.15 per hour for five concurrent users. The technology is enabled across Maestrano’s full product suite to enable its product sharing capabilities.

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