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1 Raghunathan Krishnamurthy commented   Permalink No RatingsRatings 0

Very nice article Sreelatha ! Keep more of these coming !
How do you think iPaas is evolving in growing countries like India & other similar economies around the globe. Are they really adopting & leveraging or continuing to prefer more custom integration?

2 Sreelatha Sankaranarayanan commented   Permalink No RatingsRatings 0

Thanks Raghu . On your question regarding the adoption and applicability of IPaaS in Indian market or similar geos , I do not have definite findings. However I came across this interesting article in, that is a good read not just because it supports what we have said in this blog, but also because it attempts to quote few analyst reports on the projected market for IPaaS in Asia-Pacific region. I quote an excerpt from this article here " Spending on cloud-based integration platforms in the Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow at a more rapid rate from about $73m in 2012 to $646m in 2018" . For details you can refer to .

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