Systems Integration

Automation system integration establishes direct lines of communication between automated systems, allowing plant equipment to communicate more efficiently with operators and other machinery. There are numerous advantages to integrating automation systems, and many industries, particularly those that rely on information technology, computer networking, and automated machinery, use system integration to achieve more efficient processes. Integration often serves to bring these control systems closer together by combining the workloads of each individual component, including software infrastructure and network security.

Sensors, connectivity, data processing, and data management are among the core components of an IoT project. The task of bringing those pieces together to address customers' use cases and vertical market requirements is known as IoT system integration.


IoT system integration
Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)
Data Integration (DI)
Electronic Document Integration/Interchange (EDI)
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Modern iPaaS and HIP solutions include a variety of features that aid in overcoming system integration challenges. iPaaS solutions combine technology and services into a service-oriented solution that combines hardware, software, data management and enrichment, and supporting operations into an overall responsive system that can be monitored and controlled centrally from a single user interface.Hybrid integration platforms enable businesses to continue running core business processes on legacy systems while connecting them to complementary non-core business processes that may run on a cloud application and change more frequently.







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