This blog post is part one of a series encompassing the top ten must-haves when selecting an integration solution.
For many organizations, integration capabilities have become mission-critical. They have also increased in complexity. It is now more difficult than ever for companies to produce the right data, in the proper format and at the right time when making key decisions. The result is data integrity and confidentiality risk. More importantly, you risk losing business, as external and internal consumers of data will quickly lose trust and walk away.
With the multitude of niche integration solutions now available, companies must navigate a complex and costly environment, often times incredibly difficult to manage. These point solutions bear inherent risks of inaccuracy and inconsistency, as each solution has in place different procedures and best practices.
With this in mind, organizations have begun consolidating their solutions to simplify their environment while addressing newer requirements. This has resulted in the adoption of singular, comprehensive solutions that can seamlessly perform any-to-any integration.