Application Integration has become one of the major priorities for small and large organizations. Companies have built different business applications over time, using technologies that now are surpassed by smarter, more robust ones, that respond to present needs.
Another common situation is the need to connect different applications that have been running independently, into one large application that will connect different departments.
Here is what application integration outputs are: a modern technological environment to run your operations on, more efficiency, cost reduction seen overtime and flexibility when it comes to new needs.
Application Integration can be made on different levels:
On Data level, the integration takes place between data that is being extracted from the existent database and transferred to a new one after the required modifications have been done.
Business process integration will define how individual applications will interact in order to automate business process.
On a method level, a set of methods that respond to specific business logic are implemented. Applications will work by sharing this set of methods and reusing them when needed.
At a User Interface level, integration is achieved by presenting several different applications as a single application with a common user interface (UI).
We got what is takes, when it comes to application integration: high-skilled engineers and high standards for execution.