Orlando, USA, and Düsseldorf, Germany, November 4, 2019 – Raytion, an internationally operating IT business consultancy and specialist in search-based solutions and content integration, announces the availability of its Microsoft Graph connectors for Microsoft Search. Raytion’s connectors integrate more than 45 on-premises and cloud content sources into Microsoft Search. Among these repositories are enterprise applications from Atlassian, Box, Facebook, Google, IBM, Microsoft, OpenText, Oracle, Salesforce, SAP, ServiceNow and Slack. Microsoft Search is Microsoft’s cloud-native enterprise search platform that provides cohesive and coherent search capabilities, which make it possible to intelligently find, discover, command, and navigate information across all your organization’s data – both inside and outside of Microsoft 365.
Raytion has been working closely with Microsoft in porting its family of connectors to Microsoft Search. “We feel honored that Microsoft selected us as one of the key partners in launching the Microsoft Graph connectors for Microsoft Search,” said Valentin Richter, CEO of Raytion. “Being on stage here in Orlando at Microsoft Ignite with Microsoft announcing the public preview is testimony of our strong partnership, which started over a decade ago to integrate content from third-party applications into Microsoft SharePoint.”
Mike Ammerlaan, Director, Microsoft 365 Ecosystem at Microsoft Corp., said, “Delivering the right information where and when it is needed is a key feature of the digital workplace in Microsoft 365. Raytion’s connectors can be a centerpiece of that strategy because they reliably integrate relevant content sources into the Microsoft Graph and Microsoft Search.”
Together, Raytion’s connectors for the Microsoft Graph and Microsoft Search allow for the implementation of enterprise search platforms and intelligent search-based solutions in Microsoft SharePoint Online or as Microsoft Office 365 productivity apps and custom business applications.
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