At some point, nearly every company will need to integrate systems. When processes and teams are too dispersed, disconnected and difficult for managers to manage, a desire to bring these services closer. This is referred to as business integration.

Modern methods of business integration can provide a range of advantages to businesses that utilize them. It can firstly help improve performance by eliminating breaks between systems and applications. It also allows for a reduction in manual documents that have to be processed, which can reduce errors and the costs associated with handling these documents. In addition, it can reduce maintenance costs by consolidating services into a single system.

Modern approaches to business integration can aid in integrating IT with business objectives by converting IT assets into services. This eliminates the gap between IT goals and business objectives by ensuring that technology is procured and used in line with company objectives.

Before embarking on a project of business integration, businesses must establish their top goals and the method by that they will achieve them. By developing a plan that is specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timed (SMART), businesses can provide the clarity and focus required for tackling integration successfully. It is also important to ensure that the process is in line with the company’s culture and that all parties are involved in planning the initiative from the very beginning. This will encourage buy-in and help the initiative succeed throughout the entire duration.


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