These days organisations use different IT solutions for different tasks, but as business functions expand the organisation may become overwhelmed by lots of disjointed tools that are unable to share data and work together. That’s when system integration comes to the rescue.
We have lots of experience in technologies to meld separate pieces of software and hardware together into a single cohesive infrastructure, enabling all pieces to work as a whole.
An integrated system allows for centralised control over daily processes and an organisation will get more work done in less time. Data shared between components is more accurate. Business-to-business integration, which connects the systems of two or more organisations, allows for automations and data exchange. Third-party system integration allows new functionality to be added to existing systems, e.g. payment gateways, with very little outlay.