The increasing digitalization makes the IT structures of modern companies complicated and the flow of data difficult. To improve the current functioning of the company and take care of its future development, it is worthwhile to integrate IT systems.
More and more companies are aware of this, so the requirements for integration are constantly increasing. Under the influence of market trends such as Cloud Computing the requirements are also changing dynamically. Software as a Service (SaaS) and cloud computing are beginning to be combined with traditional systems, creating new, hybrid models that require a completely different approach to integration, as well as posing completely new challenges to companies. Today’s integration projects are completely different from those we had in the past. First of all, they take less time, are cheaper and characterized by a high dynamics of change. That is why they have to be carried out in an agile manner, to enable prototyping and quick response to the changes taking place. The business models of companies are also changing, and the implementation of a large number of tasks within fixed budgets is already very common.
All this directly translates into increased importance of cooperation with companies responsible for integration and the need to redefine the entire approach to implementing comprehensive IT solutions.
Nowadays, integration projects are becoming a part of the global innovation process and involve increasing numbers of people. They no longer include only IT employees, but actually the whole company, and especially those people who are implementing business processes in practice. More and more departments depend on their implementation, and that directly translates into the overall functioning of the whole company.
There are currently three main areas of integration services. The first one is infrastructure integration, which includes network management or cloud environments. The second one is the integration of applications that includes application development with the assumption of integration with other systems or solutions for group work. The third and last area is the integration of consulting services that includes the integration of business processes and application lifecycle management. At Euvic we support our customers in each of the above-mentioned areas every day by creating innovative solutions tailored to their needs. That is why we call ourselves Integrator 2.0.
Companies responsible for comprehensive implementation of IT solutions should act as responsible business partners who support companies in implementing their IT strategies, designing flexible architecture and long-term planning of new implementations.
Choosing the right partner in this area is a difficult task, crucial for the development of the whole company. What distinguishes specialists in this field and how to recognize them from the rest? First of all, it is worth noting the methodology of work itself. Companies which implement IT solutions in a comprehensive manner should have an appropriate approach and already developed processes. Thanks to that, they will be able to complete projects entrusted to them. They should also have tools such as systems, software or documentation that will enable them to implement all the adopted methodological guidelines. They are also distinguished by their competences in the form of people with appropriate technical and business knowledge gained during the implementation of similar projects. However, documented knowledge alone is not everything. IT companies should also have the ability to effectively transfer their knowledge to the client. That enables clients to manage and maintain systems independently and effectively.
Years of experience in the IT area have allowed us to understand the specificity of various projects and the related difficulties. Today, we comprehensively support our customers in the areas of software development, maintenance and integration, as well as delivery and management of infrastructure, which lets us call ourselves Integrator 2.0. By speeding up and improving the operation of our customers’ key systems, we help them achieve success.
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