Integration & Performance: A Necessary Overlap
Updated: Oct 22, 2020
Look around the modern business world and you’ll notice something of an everyday consistency: many services and products being sold into companies, each providing the customer with some important insight, application, or capability. Some of these will be necessary for competitive purposes, while others will simply deliver an element of convenience for the end user.
This is all understandable to anyone working in a corporate environment. There’s a lot going on. Likewise, managers and high-level leaders need a lot of information to create a precise picture of what they’re dealing with at any given moment.
Like most companies, yours has likely installed several platforms to help you with the accurate aggregation and dependable accessing of operational data. Also like most companies, the platforms you’ve installed function somewhat (or strictly) independently of one another; they are engineered for a specific business aspect (payroll, benefits, sales tracking, task organization) but are not usually compatible with one another – though it would be convenient if they were. You have a lot of software systems functioning in silos, because that’s what software systems are really designed for. They do what they are specialized to do and avoid the rest to keep things neat.
The piece you’re missing is compatibility. Mentally design a software service that doesn’t function as an additional platform to be lined up alongside the others, but is instead a compositional presence whose technology synchronizes data and information patterns housed in all of your platforms, integrating and making them accessible as needed. You’ve started to design renaizant, but don’t worry about seeing it through. We have that piece taken care of.
Between sales, communication, and project software tools, the quantity of material moving through your hard drives and servers is enormous. It’s also in that enormity that valuable data is lost or overlooked. By effectively organizing and/or compiling actionable reporting from parallel systems, you can optimize existing service/vendor investments while creating a more efficient workflow within your information space. That’s the nature of our technology, and the major benefit we can provide your operation. And more than just accessible, our integration process aims its software light at the “dark matter” contained inside your larger information blocks.
From a collaboration and interaction standpoint, information management is an ongoing item of concern and a persistent challenge these days, even more so with remote work becoming standard in the professional sector. And with key information management functions occurring separately from one another, that information’s potential will always be limited. It’s through sophisticated integration that its potential could be yours to leverage… literally whenever you need it.
Think about it while we’re on the topic. Have you ever attempted to estimate how much information slips away each hour, especially without an integration matrix to harness it?
Now once again think about integration design you might not have realized you needed.