TensorWrench’s Ozone Platform integrates applications at the user interface to reduce the cost and risk of splitting a data silo at the service or data layers. This augments traditional enterprise application integration by making the same techniques and best practices available at the user interface.

This provides a number of benefits to the enterprise:
• Real-time collaboration allows users to share their work.
• Swappable applications -— upgrade from Google Maps to ESRI’s ArcGIS and your CRM application will plot your customers without interruption.
• Front-end only mashups that tie together existing applications.
• Fine-grained Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) that allows every piece of data to control and audit which applications read it.
• Integrates with enterprise identity, authentication, and authorization systems.

The Ozone Platform is integration software and is only as valuable as the ecosystem of applications that use it. The TensorWrench Ecosystem is a catalo...
TensorWrench’s Ozone Platform integrates applications at the user interface to reduce the cost and risk of splitting a data silo at the service or data layers. This augments traditional enterprise application integration by making the same techniques and best practices available at the user interface.

This provides a number of benefits to the enterprise:
• Real-time collaboration allows users to share their work.
• Swappable applications -— upgrade from Google Maps to ESRI’s ArcGIS and your CRM application will plot your customers without interruption.
• Front-end only mashups that tie together existing applications.
• Fine-grained Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) that allows every piece of data to control and audit which applications read it.
• Integrates with enterprise identity, authentication, and authorization systems.

The Ozone Platform is integration software and is only as valuable as the ecosystem of applications that use it. The TensorWrench Ecosystem is a catalog of all applications designed to work with the Ozone Platform. Organizations manage a view of this Ecosystem-- picking the apps that their users see and securing those apps using their own identity, authentication, and authorization systems. Organizations can add private listings for only their users, even for applications that only reside inside the corporate network.

When it's doing it's job, integration software is invisible. In this story, the products and companies mentioned do not represent capabilities or endorsement by those companies.

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Amy, a pharmaceutical marketing analyst at ExampleCo, sees a news article about an outbreak that can be treated by one of their drugs. She searches the CDC database for recent outbreaks and the markers are automatically plotted on a map. Amy quickly pulls up their Customer Relationship Management (CRM) application and plots the locations of doctors that they have good relationships with. Amy clicks on a doctor and arms the sales team with information about the opportunity.

Rob the sales reps can click on any point to view the CRM record, the CDC entries, or link into any number of enterprise tools. At no point does the proprietary CRM data leave the corporate network, it stays within Rob’s browser. Even though Amy uses ESRI for her map and the sales reps use Google Maps, Rob can still view her research updating in real time as she adds more information.
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