Integration projects have changed massively over the past 20 years and many historical complexities now aren’t as relevant as they once were. With the reducing costs and high take-up of cloud services the market has become increasingly commoditised meaning that affordable cloud storage is now achievable for all. How you can integrate that into your daily operations and maximise its potential is where we can help.
Today’s proliferation of Enterprise ready applications are designed to be infinitely configurable and offer almost limitless options for integration. The reality now is that a business can choose a business application to align with, implement the core services required from it to offer some quick wins and then embark on a programme of migration.
At elucidate we have experience of IT integration projects spanning these years of technological change. A thorough understanding of your business landscape and the identification of bottlenecks in business processes will allow us to design an experience-based integrated solution to help you realise the efficiencies your Information Technology can deliver for you.
An effective Integration strategy can remove many of the common problems businesses face:
- Increasing headcount
- Increasing processes
- Data proliferation and inaccuracy
- Soaring costs
If data is raw, unorganised facts which can be simple, random and useless until organised or processed then how do you make sure that the output is what you need to place a positive, meaningful value on that data? If even understanding the concepts can prove difficult then it stands to reason that the realisation of benefits and value will be even harder to attain. We can help you harness the power of your data to drive your business forwards.
Business Process Mapping
Business process mapping refers to activities involved in defining what a business entity does, who is responsible, to what standard a business process should be completed, and how the success of a business process can be determined. We believe a correctly designed process map should be simple and understandable by all relevant members of an organisation. When this happens, it can be a very effective catalyst for driving positive business change.
Agile working is a way of working in which an organisation empowers its people to work where, when and how they choose – with maximum flexibility and minimum constraints – to optimise their performance and deliver “best in class” value and customer service.