Adaptive IT and Integrated Systems

The conventional view of applications being autonomous and self-contained programs is no longer a viable representation of enterprise computing.  Today these applications are being integrated as components of complex systems to support company specific operations with hybrid interconnected approaches. In fact, these services are likely delivered through a mixture of conventional, cloud and SaaS infrastructure.

Consider as an example, a  business that manufactures products and sells these directly via the web and indirectly through traditional B2B sales channels. In this environment, you may have or Sugar CRM for sales force automation, Magento or some other ecommerce, EDI to integrate with suppliers and a backend ERP system to manage manufacturing, human resources, warehouse management and accounting functions.  Obviously these systems must be interconnected to assure smooth operations for the organization.

This mixed environment, although tremendously empowering, also comes with a new set of challenges.  The business workflows now demand that multiple applications which may be provisioned from different source locations to work in concert to support the business.  Agility ERP can help navigate these challenges while getting you to production fast.

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