The need for software integration is well-established.

We discussed about how a well-unified ecosystem helps enterprises deliver phenomenal customer experience in one of our previous blogs. Every enterprise that works with multiple systems and cross-functional teams realizes at some point the need for integrating their Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and DevOps systems to accelerate delivery and provide a holistic customer experience. A good integration solution (the features of which we have discussed here) not only brings collaboration but also leverages the functional richness of the individual systems to create a highly productive and collaborative ecosystem.

In case of application development ecosystem, integration within the ecosystem and with the operations teams brings the spotlight on the business priorities and helps cross-functional teams, cumulatively, deliver high quality products and brilliant customer experience.

In this white paper, we will discuss the factors that an enterprise whose core focus is something other than integration should consider when they decide on building an enterprise integration solution. We will also discuss why buying an off-the-shelf enterprise integration solution can be a wise choice.


Factors enterprises must consider when building an enterprise integration solution inhouse

Creating an enterprise integration solution is a complex task. It involves the understanding of the architecture of multiple systems, the …