System Integration

           System Integration refers to the process of connecting and coordinating different IT systems, software applications, and hardware components to work together as a unified and cohesive system. The goal is to ensure seamless communication and functionality among various subsystems, allowing them to operate as a single, integrated solution.

Star Integration

            Connecting multiple systems to a central hub or “star,” facilitating communication between each system through the central hub.

Vertical Integration

             Connecting different software applications to streamline business processes. For example, integrating customer relationship management (CRM) software with an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.

Common Data Format Integration

            Standardizing data formats to enable seamless communication and data exchange between different systems. This often involves using common protocols and data standards.

Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

            Implementing an ESB to act as a middleware that facilitates communication between different applications by enabling message-oriented communication.

Cloud Integration

            Connecting on-premises systems with cloud-based applications or services to leverage the benefits of cloud computing.