As far as data integration goes, once you have all the data centralized in a primary data source, it’s time to actually present that data to those that need it to make business decisions. And of course, we ideally want there to be minimal effort on our client’s programmers, to make the process easier.
For many organizations, it makes a huge difference to be able to see all your data in one location. But creating a custom solution to integrate data from multiple sources can be costly, despite the benefit. In fact, you may have experienced the pain of developing a proprietary system, which ended up costing a lot of man hours, and then may not have even worked as anticipated.
In the fast-paced, breakneck speed of business today, having information on demand is vital, and decisions need to be made quickly and intelligently. However, if you can’t access the real-time look at your company’s business profile or can’t give up-to-the-minute data, you may be missing out. What’s more, business intelligence software can be more expensive [...]