Rapid Integration Development
With the advent of cloud technology and IoT, organisations are rapidly moving towards a hybrid landscape with both cloud and on-site applications. There is a risk that valuable data will accumulate in isolated clouds, resulting in information silos that are not connected to each other.
Develop an integration vision
The first step towards integrating your landscape is a good integration vision. You can then efficiently make that vision a reality with the help of smart solutions that ensure all your solutions and connected devices are able to share data with each other. It shouldn't make any difference whether your on-site solutions are located in a public or private cloud, and you can integrate your on-site systems within this landscape.
The result is a fully integrated environment in which data can flow smoothly and processes can be handled securely and effortlessly, even if multiple applications are involved – whether on site or in the cloud.
From vision to implementation
An effective approach requires clear decisions to be made. What do you want to achieve? What data do you want to be able to view? Which processes do you want to optimise? What systems and data do you need for this? And what role do mobile apps and/or web apps play? The answers to questions of this kind form the basis for a future-proof integration vision and strategy. For one thing, this makes it clear where your integration issues lie; for another, it allows us to establish in detail what solutions would best resolve those issues. Our Business Integration experts can help you ask the right questions and formulate a successful integration vision and approach.