System Integration

System Integration refers to the process by which multiple individual subsystems or sub-components are combined into one all-encompassing larger system thereby allowing the subsystems to function together. In other words, the symbiosis created through system integration allows the main system to achieve the overarching functionality required by the organisation.

In most organisations that use system integration there is a need to improve efficiency and thereby productivity and quality of their operations. The objective is usually to get the company’s various IT systems to communicate with each other in the background so as to avoid the time and effort spent manually sharing information with other departments/components of the organisation including upper management. Through system integration, the organisation will experience increase in information flow speeds as well as reduced operational costs.

Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)

Enterprise Application Integration is a help based integration. It’s an interaction that speaks with various administrations, assembles information and afterwards continues with additional means dependent on wanted activity or a work process. The cycle can be set off with uncovered help.

Data Integration (DI)

Various information bases and administrations for the board announcing or any child of revealing. Get-together information from all city benefits, amassing and changing them into focal spots for intuitive announcing. At the point when you need to merge your administrations into one main issue of access, you need information integration. For the most part, there are loads of various information sources (or data sets) and you need them in one spot of access, all merged.

Electronic Document Integration/Interchange (EDI)

EDI (Electronic Document Integration/Interchange) is a central business to business situated interaction. Its capacities are for the paperless trade of reports and electronic regulations.

Who is a System Integrator?

A systems integrator is an individual or business that brings together multiple elements such as hardware, software, networking and storage from multiple vendors in order to create a system for the client. In broad terms, a systems integrator is as a company that specializes in implementing, planning, coordinating, scheduling, testing, improving and sometimes maintaining IT systems.

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What does a systems integrator do?

In terms of system integration, the role of the systems integrator is crucial. Usually it entails enabling the data integrations between the various existing systems of the final customer as defined by the project scope. This can include anything ranging from simple point-to-point connections to very complex many-to-many connections both internally and with third parties.

The task of systems integration at this point usually begins with a meeting with the client aimed at assessing the client’s business needs and defining the technical requirements for a system or collection of systems that meet those needs. Only then can the systems integrator supply the most appropriate modules and configuration to ensure smooth system integration.

The role of the system integrator usually covers all aspects of design, implementation and testing of the solution offered by the company. In some cases, the systems integrator may also be involved with maintenance in terms of ongoing management of the solutions as well as contacting third parties to enable connections with them. Most importantly, however, the systems integrator brings with him the integration expertise that the customer is otherwise lacking internally.