Integration Keeps You Competitive through Faster Transactions and Visibility

Increased Process Efficiency and Reduced Latency
The elimination of redundant manual tasks and inefficient processes results in increased efficiency and reduced latency. With a revenue-sensitive set of business processes, such as order to cash processes – where time is literally money, it’s crucial to take latency out of processes. Efficient business integration enables the fast turnaround of orders, invoices, payments and other documents that are involved in the order to cash cycle.

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Error Reduction and Quality Improvement
Business integration allows organizations to automate systems, implement automated validations and look-ups, and provide on-demand visibility. This ensures accuracy of the information, introducing higher levels of quality and a lower level of errors.

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Better Information for Pro-active Decision Making
Business integration touches many parts of your organization and your operational and planning procedures. You can make use of it to capture the information you need to make more informed business decisions, either in the process of doing normal business integration processes, or by explicit extraction and routing.

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Increased Flexibility and Agility
A platform-independent business integration system is not hindered by custom hard code, which is used as an integration method by many companies to tie their systems together. A single common platform to address multiple integration challenges enables an IT team to easily meet the varying IT requirements of external business and trading partners, as well as those of internal departments.

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Scalability, Better Positioning for Faster Growth
Implementing a non-invasive business integration system enables an organization to gain the ability to change discrete parts of their IT systems, without impacting other parts of their IT systems. This makes it possible for companies to grow fast and with fewer side effects.

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About Jim Albright

Jim Albright Vice President, Marketing Jim Albright joined EXTOL in 2012 with more than a decade of marketing experience, primarily with hardware, software and technical services companies across multiple channels. Prior to joining EXTOL, Mr. Albright had led the successful development and execution of product and branding campaigns that have significantly expanded visibility and awareness for globally positioned technology companies.

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