Enterprise Systems Integration

How efficient are your enterprise systems in communicating with each-other?

It often happens that your systems don’t listen to each other. Maybe it was a design flow, or different departments went on a shopping spree to solve their problems, without thinking of enterprise-wide solutions. Whatever the case, having smooth integration between your enterprise systems is crucial.

Why do you need enterprise systems integration?

  • In order to have an uninterrupted synchronous communication across departments, across systems and across the entire company
  • To handle risk management in a more simplified and holistic way, backed by data from all of your systems
  • In order to optimize your resources and time. Knowing your resources is key, so is efficiently using them in your business to achieve the best results
  • To lower the total cost of your operations by creating efficient and flawless processes throughout your entire business
  • To make sure everyone has access to the correct data they need -across the whole company
  • To increase work satisfaction by facilitating intra-departmental communication with linking processes between their core systems
  • To be able to gain a real-time 360-degree visibility of your business and take better educated decisions, based on all possible data
  • To have a full and more in-depth view of you customers, employees and processes

When do you need enterprise systems integration?

  • Often times various enterprise systems were adopted in a particular moment to solve a specific piece of you business puzzle. Sales needed a CRM, finance an accounting system, operations needed an ERP and decisions were made with little or no sync between departments
  • When you don’t have visibility over your resources in one place
  • When you struggle with data availability and completeness. Putting in place appropriate risk management practices and strategy definition based on all available data in your organization
  • When you struggle with efficient supply chain coordination, streamlined vendor communication, control over processes, operational costs, scalability for high dynamic workload and business continuity and high availability

Still not sure if you need enterprise system integration?

Get in touch now to get a free reliable enterprise systems integration consultation! We will start with a free session to understand your pain and start shaping your enterprise systems integration strategy for success.

Core Enterprise Systems Integration

Your business often grows and changes at an astonishing pace, making it hard for the core IT systems to keep up with reality. Companies find themselves with niche software and non-streamlined processes which don’t communicate with each other. We tackle complexity and performance with state-of-the-art software and infrastructure architecture, leveraging both cloud technology or on-premise implementations of various integration solutions.

We have built expertise in tailoring enterprise systems, covering core processes in the Telecom, Finance, eCommerce, Logistics and Insurance domains. Here is what our Enterprise Systems Integrators can help you with:

Custom enterprise systems integration

Development of custom-made enterprise integration solutions, specific to your needs and processes. The integration efforts can be towards CRMs, ERPs, HRMs, Manufacturing, Marketing, B2B and self-care enterprise systems integration.

Industry-leading enterprise integration solutions

To assure cross-company seamless communication we put in place focused Business Process Management and Complex Corporate Integration teams, who leverage the industry leaders in complex enterprise systems integration like TIBCO, IBM, Webmethods, MuleSoft

Having a solid strategy and architecture for your core enterprise systems’ integration and proper communication is nowadays keeping up with competitors, not staying ahead of them. This is a must for your long-term success to grow your business in a more flexible and sustainable manner.

Our enterprise systems integration teams will consult with you and prepare your solid ESI strategy.

Enterprise Applications Integration

Let’s get down to the building blocks. Application silos are one of the worst inefficiencies you can do to your business. Here are just a few things you need to have in mind:

  1. Selecting the right EAI framework
  2. Properly using the right integration patterns
  3. Following the correct topologies
  4. Having the right communication architecture
  5. Implementing the right architecture

Making even a small mistake in only one of these core steps of enterprise application integration can lead to communication inefficiencies, bad team resource allocation and lots of added costs.

Our Enterprise Application Integration consultants will help you with:

  • Selecting the appropriate enterprise application integration framework
  • Making sense of when a hub-and-spoke or a bus topology is best to use and implement for your case
  • Applying mediation and federation patterns in the appropriate manner
  • Shaping a bespoke communication architecture through ESB, canonical data model implementations, connectors, agents and APIs

Selecting Your Middleware

Our consultants are highly specialized in working with various middleware solutions. You need to understand the advantages of using a middleware solution from the three main perspectives:

Remote Procedure Call or RPC-based middleware

Object Request Broker or ORB-based middleware

Message Oriented or MOM-based middleware

You also need to understand the benefits of having an open-source or an enterprise-grade middleware from some of the market leaders. Our enterprise systems integration experts will give you an in-depth explanation to suit your business case.

Technologies we use to help customers with their enterprise system integration pains:

TIBCO: ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks, EMS, ActiveMatrix Adapter for Databases, ActiveMatrix Adapter for SAP, ActiveMatrix Adapter for Files, Administrator, ActiveMatrix Service Bus, ActiveMatrix Service Grid, ActiveMatrix Administrator

IBM: WebSphere ESB; Business Process Manager; WebSphere MQ, WebSphere Process/Application Server, WebSphere Portal, InfoSphere DataStage, Rational Integration Tester and Rational Tester Virtualization Server

SAG webMethods: webMethods Integration Server, webMethods Broker, webMethods JMS, webMethods Optimize for Infrastructure, webMethods SAP Adapter, webMethods JMS Adapter, webMethods JDBC Adapter

Apache: Apache Camel, Apache ServiceMix, Apache ActiveMQ and Apache CXF
Teradata, Informatica, SAP, Ab Initio, Taled, WebFocus

Engage now. Start your simplified journey in the complex enterprise systems integration!