According to GitHub’s 2019 State of the Octoverse report, Python is now the second most popular programming language, overtaking the scripting behemoth, Java. Python is used for developing websites, Web applications, and GUI (graphical user interface)... Continue Reading
Why do businesses integrate software systems? There are many underlying reasons, but it always boils down to one goal: maximizing transparency and data usability across departments while minimizing the time investment and cost of managing data.
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If you’re considering software integration, you already realize the potential benefits: boosted productivity, agile infrastructure, dynamic data, streamlined processes, reduced overhead, etc.
These benefits — while worthwhile — are abstract. Ambiguity is not your friend when you’re trying... Continue Reading
No integration project exists as an island.
It takes collaboration from the Business Application Expert, the Integration Specialist, the Technical Application Specialist, and Project Managers to be successful.
So, what role do you play in your organization’s integration? Let’s look... Continue Reading
Why do integration projects fail? That’s like asking “What is time?” or “Where does space end?”. There are many potential answers. Various factors contribute to successful integration projects, but it only takes a few missteps to botch up the whole thing. While the reasons behind integration... Continue Reading
In the next post of our Integration 101 series, we’ll explore the tradeoffs of doing an integration yourself versus purchasing a preconfigured software. Deciding whether to build or buy an integration solution can be challenging. Companies with tighter deadlines and lower budgets may feel more... Continue Reading
If you’ve been hearing about a push for integrated systems in recent years, you’re not alone. In an age where data rules all, businesses in every industry are taking a closer look at how they can use integration to improve operations, streamline processes, and gather the statistical insights for... Continue Reading
The Internet of Things (IoT), the Cloud, AI, data lakes, automation, and every other 2019 IT buzzword all stem from the same belief: connected data is more powerful. The more transparency between your systems, the easier it is for your teams to collaborate, plan, analyze, and deliver.... Continue Reading