As the use of Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions becomes more and more prevalent, companies need to rethink the way they approach enterprise architecture. Managing company data outside the enterprise firewall is just as critical to the success of the organization as managing internal data, but the approaches are vastly different. This issue becomes even more complex in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environment. Here are some of the issues companies are wrestling with today:
- How do we integrate existing enterprise IT solutions (databases, warehouses, applications, and legacy systems) with their SaaS/PaaS, B2B (partners & suppliers), B2C (customer engagement), BYOD (enterprise mobile), and big data solutions?
- Which system(s) become the single source of truth?
- What about Master Date Management issues?
These shifts in the IT world require major changes in the way we approach IT and the way we approach enterprise architecture. What is needed is the ability to integrate anything, anywhere in a secure, thoughtful manner.
Enter Integration Architects! Our Hybrid Cloud Integration solutions bridges the divide between your existing enterprise IT and cloud-based environments. Hybrid Cloud Integration assures that existing information within on-premises systems matches cloud-based information. Our clients can leverage new systems to make way for innovation, competitive advantage, and driving new business models. The updated enterprise can focus on emerging trends in the market, while leveraging the data and functionality of on-premises legacy applications.
Hybrid integration allows on-premises applications to seamlessly integrate with cloud-based applications. Businesses want to connect their existing custom and packaged solutions and create a single platform for new services. Integration Architects helps enterprises connect applications no matter where they reside — on-premises, on mobile devices or in the cloud.
Our hybrid integration model also provides a secure data gateway which allows for protected communication between platforms, allowing the development of hybrid architecture in which you have control over the data passed between specific applications.
If you need to integrate existing enterprise IT, cloud-based, and mobile solutions; need to develop a strategy for the single source of truth about data; or need to address Master Data Management issues, Integration Architects can help!