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With integrated systems, you can get your "digital house" in order and create opportunities for automated processes, digitalization, innovation, and much more.

In step with digitalization, companies' ecosystems of systems and apps have become more and more complex. The use of cloud-based services (Software as a Service) has increased explosively - the average company today uses 110 SaaS apps! In order to support the company's critical business processes, it is required that all these systems and apps can communicate effectively. It also requires that the data created and stored in various source systems and databases is reliable.

Parallel to this development, IT has gone from being a support function to a key strategic role. Issues related to IT and integration have gone from involving only the CIO and the IT department to becoming everyone's concern.

Digital challenges

Digitalization and its consequences pose a number of major challenges for businesses and companies.

Digital chaos

The old well-known "digital spaghetti" that occurs when you have many hard "point-to-point connections" between your systems. These connections result in rigid infrastructure - it becomes difficult to replace a system, and changes take a long time to implement.

Data silos

Data is locked in applications and is not available when and where it is needed.

Data management and security

With the increase in digital data comes the need for storage, management and analysis. Protecting sensitive information and complying with data protection laws has become a major challenge.

Digital business processes

Although digital business processes are in many ways a great efficiency gain, they also bring new risks. A business process that is interrupted can be very costly and affect relationships with customers and suppliers. Even out-of-date data is a challenge – In the past it was a machine that broke down, now it is, for example, an inventory balance that is not updated.

Integration provides structure

When you connect your systems and applications, new possibilities open up to automate and improve your business processes.

At iCore, we have developed integration solutions for companies and organizations in almost all industries for more than 20 years. In our experience, the key to successful integration lies mainly in two components: integration framework and integration platform.

Integration framework

The integration framework contains important components such as integration strategy, guidelines and role definitions.

The purpose of the framework is to clearly describe how the company uses integration to achieve its business goals, as well as to define the boundaries of current and future projects. Without frameworks, you can be left with a large number of inconsistent, low-quality solutions that don't work well together.

Integration platform

The integration platform should give you full control over your business processes and your data. The platform should be able to provide:

  • Low-code tools to quickly develop solutions.
  • An architecture that enables "loose coupling" between your applications and reuse of integration components.
  • Features for monitoring and tracking integration flows.

What you get

When the development of integration solutions takes place in an own product warehouse, it has several positive effects from a management perspective:

  • Adaptable infrastructure – You will have a data infrastructure that can be more easily adapted to your business goals. When you make changes to the solution, for example adding systems or tools, it only affects the integration architecture locally.
  • Maximized legacy systems – You'll be able to get more out of your existing systems and won't need to upgrade or replace them as often as before.
  • Standardized integration solutions – You'll have well-documented, standardized solutions that won't be in the hands of a single person. Personal dependency is significantly reduced, as are administrative costs.

We are your integration partner

For twenty years, we have built integrations against all kinds of systems, both for public services and companies in many different industries.

We help you integrate in the right way and create a foundation for digitization and automation that you can easily build on.

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