With Fujitsu's Latest Move, GetApp's Cloud Business App Platform Just Got Interesting

With Fujitsu's Latest Move, GetApp's Cloud Business App Platform Just Got Interesting

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New This week Japanese tech giant Fujitsu acquired an obscure French company called RunMyProcess for an undisclosed amount. This “integration Platform as a Service” (iPaaS) company offered a platform to allow businesses to build and deploy business workflow apps in the cloud using simple drag and drop functionality. It sounds mundane...
With Fujitsu's Latest Move, GetApp's Cloud Business App Platform Just Got Interesting
                                       

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