If you’re at all connected to the world of enterprise integration and custom application solutions, you’ve probably heard a new buzzword popping up all over the place – “Micro-services”.
Information controls everything in a modern company. As businesses continue to implement more wide-ranging software solutions and rely on integrated IT infrastructures, enterprise software integration (ESI) is becoming more and more important. ESI (sometimes known as Enterprise Application Integration) is a specialized IT field that uses middleware applications to connect critical business software systems to one another and allow easy transfer of data between disparate applications.
As brick-and-mortar stores become fewer and farther between and more business is conducted entirely over the internet, companies have to find new ways to build and maintain relationships with their prospects, leads, and customers. More and more today’s companies are developing those relationships by using technology to personalize customer experiences. One way that technology can help this process is integration: combining, interpreting, and using customer data from the systems you already have in place.
At the start of each year, many people make resolutions to clean up and get organized. For help getting your home in order, turn to one of the best-selling books outlining the philosophy of organization and de-cluttering. For help streamlining your business, turn to an enterprise integration professional.