SOUTH PORTLAND, ME – January 15, 2018 – DataBlend LLC has announced the opening of an office in South Portland, Maine. Located at 780 Broadway near the Mill Creek area, the office will serve as a hub for the development and marketing of its DataBlend cloud financial integration platform, currently being used by more than 100 companies. DataBlend’s intuitive workflow builder allows business users to model and automate data flows between systems including corporate performance management (CPM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), and professional services automation (PSA) and more for more accurate and dynamic financial management, planning and analysis.
“The South Portland office will allow us to enhance team collaboration as we ramp up the development of our DataBlend cloud integration platform,” stated Ethan Carlson, CEO and founder of Carlson and DataBlend. “We’ll be able to tap into the greater Portland area for talent as we continue to build our team, develop new connectors, and support our growing client base.”
DataBlend was officially released in late 2016 and is being used by organizations including Babson College, Root Capital, HIMSS, America’s Test Kitchen, Dyn and many others to unify and share data between core financial and operational solutions. “Our customers have experienced the benefits of unified data for a more holistic view of financial performance,” stated Adam Kozaryn, Vice President of Software Development. “Having a new HQ for DataBlend will allow our Maine-based team members to execute on our ambitious product roadmap and deliver the features required for a world class integration platform as a service (iPaaS).
In addition to software development, the office will host the Carlson marketing team. “As a company, we have grown quickly over the past several years and have expanded our solution and services offerings,” stated David Phillips, Marketing Director. “We will be building our marketing team to provide the thought leadership content, marketing campaigns and outreach necessary to sustain growth.”