Understanding Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) and the benefits of a proper strategy
In today’s enterprise software infrastructure, system and application integration is a common requirement and often a mission-critical concern. There are a wide variety of approaches and ideologies aimed at achieving this goal. Our teams have researched the latest technologies and data integration solutions to complete your project in record-time with the fewest challenges.
Rapid advancements in EAI technology to meet the increasing demand for integration in the enterprise often results in challenges when choosing the correct approach and about what EAI is or isn’t.
Industry Specific Enterprise Application Integration
What are the Common Types of Integration businesses look for?
Enterprise App Integration
Heterogenous Data Integration
Healthcare application integrations
- Give businesses a competitive edge
- Automating and improving workflow
- On-demand access to critical real-time information
- Healthcare specific API based CPOE and EHR clinical systems workflow
Key factors for driving application integration technologies is having the right integration partner to achieve speed and stability and much needed scalability.
The Right Partner will have these Key Integration capabilities:
- Enterprise Service Bus(ESB) expertise
- Implementing continuous integration.
- Understanding the latest pluggable” system that scale really well
- Leverage your existing systems and expose them to new applications using its communication and transformation capabilities
- Testing of existing Integration technologies for performance issues
- Application Portfolio Management
Healthcare Specific Integration Capabilities are important with the latest healthcare applications:
- Integrate patient and charge data from an electronic medical or records system (EMR or EHR)
- Interface financial data to be exported into a financial system
- Interface with a third-party or internal appointment reminder system
- CPOE and CDS integration
- Continuity of Care Document, Continuity of Care Record, X12, NCPDP
Enterprise Application Integrations affect your business speed
At Telliant Systems, we ensure our software integration services help businesses get more out of their software assets. The explosion of technology has created amazing new opportunities. But with the additional opportunities it has created inefficiencies as software applications are stitched together with no overall strategy. You can depend on us to work with your existing apps to ensure they talk to each other or if you have old technology that needs to be updated to keep pace with modern solutions, we can help.
Enterprise App Integration
We deliver ample integration solutions to ensure data interchange across your CRM, ERP, ECM, corporate mail and custom apps in distributed environments.
Ecommerce: multi-industry benefits: Healthcare, Insurance, education, retail, manufacturing, logistics to:
- Utilize the data, relationships, and categorization already available
- Better user experience
- Input of data quicker
- Payment gateways
Telliant offers ad-hoc middleware development to make particular applications interoperate or attach isolated systems to the integrated environment.
Heterogenous Data Integration
We develop custom ETL, data federation, replication, data quality, master data management solutions and tailored interfaces for core information assets.
We supplement solutions with third-party functionality: payment gateways, ecommerce platforms, geolocation, social networks, streaming platforms etc.
For large businesses that require end-to-end integration across multiple automated processes, our teams implement an intermediate communication layer connecting dissimilar systems.
We implement, deploy and stabilize Enterprise Service Buses (ESB), providing full technical documentation, further system improvements, support and maintenance and IT team training. With message brokers, ESB transforms messages coming from source systems into formats readable by the target ones, accurately routing data to appropriate destinations via SOAP, HTTP and REST protocols.
Bringing Old and New Together
Integrating software is a vital aspect of Application Portfolio Management. A thorough assessment of your software assets may be warranted to have a full understanding of their capabilities. Some apps may need to be removed and some replaced to deliver the functions you need.
In some cases, you may have to look to new integrations to work with existing applications. There is a chance that off-the-shelf software products may do everything you need. But, when this is not the case or the new application does not work well with the organization’s technology or current products, Telliant’s teams can bridge this gap with integration solutions. Depending on the architecture of the software on both sides of the equation, this may be a more cost-effective solution than building a custom application from scratch.
Software Integration Services Improve Data Utilization
Big Data is not just a trend. As Big Data increases both the size and complexity of stored data, it’s important to find better ways to manage and utilize these resources. Telliant can integrate multiple data sources with business software to achieve:
- Easier access to valuable data across platforms
- Deeper insight into vital data, resulting in better decisions
- Reduction or elimination of double-entry and other redundant tasks
- Better synchronization of data across business applications and for all users
- More effective collaboration with partners, customers, vendors, and business divisions
The Best Software Integration Resources Reduces TCO
In the long run, an intelligent integration strategy delivers a number of benefits to companies that want to save on costs and experience greater ROI from existing assets. With the right approach:
- Solutions based on SOA (service oriented architecture) may be reusable from one use case to the next, reducing development costs
- Money saved by integrating and updating vs. replacing software can be invested in other initiatives
- Integrating applications more deeply with business processes creates a more competitive and responsive organization (for example, integrating embedded technology and software together to monitor and improve processes in real time)
- Upgrades that make applications more flexible help businesses keep pace with changing regulatory requirements
- A unified IT structure supports optimal performance across all technology assets.