Data integration specialist Informatica has released a usage-based edition of its Cloud Express service which integrates with the Salesforce.com and Force.com platforms.
The company explained that the move allows enterprises to integrate data from on-premise sources with information stored on the Salesforce platforms.
Customers of Cloud Express pay monthly fees based on the number of rows of data that are moved, starting at $99 (£63) per month.
Informatica said that the service will now appeal to a much larger range of enterprises and users.
"As needs have expanded, companies have requested more capabilities, enhanced customer support and a pay-for-use pricing model," said Informatica cloud general manager Ron Papas.
"We have listened, and Informatica Cloud Express represents a cost-effective entry point that can easily scale to the full power of Informatica Cloud."
The company is also presenting the service as a gateway into the larger Informatica Cloud platform, and Express users will be able to upgrade to more advanced versions.
The move comes as Salesforce holds its annual Dreamforce conference in San Francisco. The company touted Informatica as one of the firms helping to drive integration on the Salesforce platforms.
"As more enterprise applications, data and business processes move into the cloud with Salesforce and Force.com, customers will look to Informatica to help accelerate their success with data integration," said Salesforce chief marketing officer Kendall Collins.
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