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SnapLogic to Extend SumTotal elixHR Platform in the Cloud
SumTotal Systems, a renowned provider of integrated human resources (HR) solutions, recently announced a partnership with SnapLogic to extend the SumTotal

studio coco  access to elixHR Connector Studio, a browser-based, drag-and-drop visual designer and rich library of integration connectors that allows users to design and adjust integration and data flows between SumTotal solutions and the customers’ third-party systems. Users will have the capability to access third-party information directly from within their SumTotal applications, making elixHR an even more comprehensive “single source of human capital management (HCM) truth.”

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