Today’s corporate IT landscapes are often a mix of on-premise systems and applications that run in a cloud environment and in many cases these systems are not integrated or working together.
What would it be like if you could intelligently and flexibly integrate your IT systems wherever they happen to be in operation, easily integrate additional systems, always have up-to-date documentation, and react quickly to changes?
IT architectures are becoming increasingly complex and are frequently “hybrid”: Some of the applications run on-premise and others run in the cloud. Collaboration between the different systems and efficient management of the interfaces are almost impossible without an integration platform. If the IT systems do not work together seamlessly, then problems are inevitable.
- Processes take longer as a result of system disruptions, they become more error-prone through manual data transfer, and time-consuming routine activities divert employee time from genuine value-creating activities.
- Point-to-point integrations are hard coded and typically not well documented and they become a serious problem when processes and data flows need to be adapted quickly to react to the market.
- Workflows are not transparent and misunderstandings between IT and the specialized department are inevitable.
- Human error from handling data manually can occur, be it content mistakes or missing out on data.