Less is more when you’re connected.
Think about how many systems you log into per day. Having too many systems and tools to run your organization is not only overwhelming but also time-consuming, confusing and expensive. In a PwC report¹, 46 percent of employees in supervisory roles said they felt overwhelmed by technology at work and 61 percent said they spend more time getting technology to work than they’d like.
Interconnected systems bring your organization together, build data integrity and reduce the burdens associated with IT maintenance and costs. Let’s take a look at how to start moving toward technology consolidation.
Map Your Systems
Start by identifying all of your systems. What are their key purposes and how do your various departments interact with each one today? This step is important so you can later define requirements for a more comprehensive solution. Our process engineers will work closely with you to identify process improvements, where current systems could fit into bigger processes and potential connections.
Refine Your Data
Before you’re ready to move to a unified system, your data should also be ready. Our services like data structuring and content intelligence help you organize your data into a uniform format so it’s easier to merge, search for and trust. It’s completely fine if you have to go back a step to improve a process like moving away from day-forward paper processes. It will be worth it when you’re ready to make the move.
Assess API Opportunities
APIs are ideal to connect disparate systems, allowing systems to connect data rather than humans. Our custom development team specializes in building non-existent APIs to connect to key systems.
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