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Compelling Business Benefits of Enterprise IT Integration

By Special Guest
John Scutz
June 18, 2018

Compelling Business Benefits of Enterprise IT Integration


Enterprises today face struggle with distinct types of IT integration challenges. They deal with static applications, cloud applications, etc. The tricky operational challenge is aligning these best-of-breed systems with the business objectives. Organizations end up with data silos and differentiated data architectures. They are restrained by the inability to get a single view of enterprise systems. As a result, they fail to bring the data at the right place and the right time. The right solution for bridging the world together is an enterprise class integration solution. It helps enterprises in managing the proliferating APIs and onslaught of Internet of Things (IoT).

Enterprise class integration tool is built for everyone who wants to solve an integration  problem. It enables business users to build integration flows. IT delivers the advantages like flexibility, self service, and single of view of data to beat back IT complexity and 'islands of automation.'

With an enterprise class integration tool, teams don't have to rely on IT for defining processes for service delivery.  Business users can define the logic for exchanging data with business partners. In this way, organizations can save a lot of time and money while building integrations.  Pre-built connectors help teams in integrating applications in a hybrid computing environment without heavy IT intervention. This allows IT to focus on other important areas and drive innovation.

Enterprises which need  rampage and real time orchestration and ability to connect systems will have to use an enterprise IT integration tool to connect technology systems that run in parallel. It reduces friction and helps organizations in gaining a competitive advantage. It helps in integrating data scattered across different applications in a few clicks. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) can be connected with financial systems or accounting systems for data exchange.

Enterprise integration helps organizations in becoming easy to work with customers and partners. Open air integration helps partners in wheeling the data and exchanging it smoothly across partner networks. Connecting to external systems like SAP, Oracle or any other  application can be easy.

Enterprises can move data from one central interface. They can design, manage, and monitor integrations from one platform and move data bidirectionally. It provides triggers to do all the heavy lifting. Users can scale systems to handle traffic loads for Big Data workloads.

Hybrid cloud computing and IT complexity is moving the centre of gravity of every IT ecosystem. To withstand change, enterprises should be able to manage integrations at every end. Enterprise integration solves this problem and helps organizations in dealing with high velocities of data. 

Author Bio: My name is John Scutz and I am a technology enthusiast at Adeptia Inc. As an active participant in the IT industry, I often like to talk about data, integration, and how technology is helping businesses realize their potential.



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