Businesses rely on timely, detailed, and accurate information to make critical business decisions and automate processes. As companies grow, so do the size and complexity of their enterprise software applications and business processes. The key to success in many integration architectures is the ability to provide data and process management based on an effective services oriented architecture.
The need to deliver a shared view across disparate, often duplicate sources of data is more important than ever, as businesses strive to achieve a complete view of organizational information. Entity aggregation, master data management and the ability to make data useful via analytics and mining are crucial elements of integration architecture.
Insync can help you in the following common areas of software integration:
- Data Integration
In many cases, data is locked in departmental silos with little sharing and collaboration across the enterprise. This problem may be further complicated by mergers and acquisitions, which require operational efficiencies gained through cross-platform integration.
By consolidating data from disparate systems, data integration allows organizations to transform scattered data into valuable business information. Ultimately, data integration plays a crucial role in enabling organizations to assemble a single comprehensive view of customers, products, and processes.
- Workflow and Process Integration
Workflow and Process are pervasive across multiple layers of integration architecture - from formal orchestration of processes to flexible ad hoc systems and collaborative workflow across teams. Since business processes are dynamic and evolve with the organization, the workflow that models these processes must be equally adaptable. In addition, effective workflow involves not only process modeling, but also monitoring and analytics in order to respond to exceptions and optimize the workflow system over time.
- User Experience
Successful service oriented solutions depend upon both service delivery and the ability to consume services in a rich and meaningful way. Service consumption needs to be contextual, mapping to the natural workflow of employees, customers and partners. To that end, an integrated User Experience spanning smart clients, rich clients, lightweight Web applications and mobile devices enables service consumption by the broadest possible audience.
Insync design services can help you design data, workflow, and process integration that will result in an optimized user experience.
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