System Integration

System integration is a project of designing, building, or customizing two or more systems to enable data connection between systems. As companies grow, their need for integration between their systems, internally and externally becomes an obstacle to their success, finding a solution to normalize all the data and connections is the right way to solve the problem.

Integrated systems allow for centralized control over the daily processes which adds to the efficiency of the entire workflow.

System integration is not the focus of most enterprises, internal developer teams prefer to focus on their development efforts and prefer to rely on an external contractor for program management of most or all phases of system development.

Possible projects can include:
– Legacy system integration, for example: connecting a legacy CRM system to a data
– Enterprise application integration, for example: creating one ecosystem for finance, HR,
enterprise resource planning (ERP), and CRM systems of a company.
– Third-party system integration, for example: connecting a retailer’s purchasing system to
a supplier’s ERP system

Application modernization and Development:

Application modernization is a general definition for updating older software for newer versions in pursuit of faster, cost-effective, secured frameworks. By re-designing, re-building, deploying, and optimizing applications, developers can achieve a more stable and secure environment, usually with lower costs and higher efficiency.

Moving from monolithic software to micro-services, moving infrastructure from on-premises computers to cloud vertical machines, or adopting a Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipeline are examples of modernization that can improve price, performance, reliability, and allow more features to any existing environment.

Many enterprises prefer to invest in modernizing their environment rather than retiring an existing system or replacing it wholesale, application modernization extends the lifespan of an organization’s applications while also taking advantage of technical innovations.

Possible projects can include:
– Transition Monolithic applications to Micro-services
– Building containers and introducing Kubernetes to the production environment.
– Migration and digital transformation