The Seattle, Wash.-based construction software company says the hub enables the company's clients "to integrate Spectrum with virtually any other software program available. The Hub has pre-built connectors, standard-based interfaces and bulk data access for the cloud product. In a prepared statement, Scott Rosenbloom VP of strategy for Dexter + Chaney, said the hub, "allows Spectrum to operate as many of today's other modern software applications do, utilizing open standards and allowing for simple, seamless integrations." In terms of the hub, pre-built integrations available now include Salesforce.com, Concur, and DataLoader. With Spectrum Data Exchange, users can build directional connectors. The hub's InfoLink can pull bulk data from the Spectrum database and transfer it to other applications.Last modified on Wednesday, 09 November 2016
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Dexter+Chaney has introduced the Spectrum Integration Hub. At the same time, the company promoted long-time employee, Mark Schwartz, to the position of Spectrum product manager. Schwartz was a sales engineer for the prior 13 years.
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