Customers, today, want quality product, faster delivery, and seamless experience throughout their journey; and therefore, organizations are doing everything possible to accelerate their time-to-market without compromising on their product quality. The first step towards this endeavour is the creation of a unified ecosystem by bringing all tools and teams together – and getting rid of time-consuming manual collaboration process which leads to delays and sub-optimal decisions because teams do not have the full context. If you are reading this white paper, most likely, you are already aware of the struggles of operating in a disconnected ecosystem and looking for ways to integrate the heterogenous elements in your ecosystem. It is also possible that you, already, have an integration setup that is unable to help you achieve the desired level of collaboration or productivity, and you are trying to figure out what’s gone wrong with your choice of the integration solution.

As integration is a relatively new space and organizations have only recently started to realize its importance, there is a great deal of confusion about what to expect from a good enterprise-class integration solution. In this whitepaper, we will discuss the features of a good integration solution in detail.  

Features of a good integration solution: Reliability, Consistency, and Scalability

An integration solution plays a huge role in keeping all the tools and teams in the ecosystem together – …