‘System integration’ may sound abstract, but it brings very concrete benefits:
HOLISTIC INTEGRATED VIEW OF ALL BUSINESS PROCESSES:
Which process step is currently active? What precisely is happening right now? Everyone involved in the process knows, because system integration brings the entire business process to the monitor screen, makes mutual dependencies visible and helps to reliably asses the effects of interventions and measures.
PI (PROCESS INTELLIGENCE) EVALUATION AND ANALYSIS:
System integration noticeably accelerates access to current business figures and trend analyzes. This is mainly because it eliminates the time-consuming preparation of the comparability of data between different systems and the number of evaluations that have to be created across several applications is usually significantly reduced.
Integrated systems support quick interventions, because they show not only individual process steps visible, but the entire process structure with all interdependencies, preconditions and potential effects.
STANDARDIZED HISTORIZATION OF PROCESS MODIFICATIONS:
In integrated systems all changes and their effects can be easily stored, retrieved and mapped, creating a sound basis for ongoing optimization and efficiency enhancement processes.
In integrated systems, contacts for operational questions and troubleshooting are clearly defined - both for people and for machines. This ensures quick, precisely targeted interventions.
Replacing numerous isolated solutions with an integrated system carries considerable cost-saving potential. Depending on the software used, this may include reduced costs for software licenses, maintenance, customization and upgrades, as well as lower administration costs.
Your business processes need to become even more efficient and agile in order to compete.