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Why Integrate?

Business processes vary by company size, vertical, and geography, but what they all have in common is the need for their systems to touch customers, and vendors and employees to stay competitive.

From an internal company standpoint, corporate performance measurement is driven by a variety of related elements across the enterprise. When integrated, you can substantially boost your access to, and quality of, decision-making capabilities. Nology’s experienced consultants can work with you to employ sensible information architecture practices that structure and categorize information in a manner that is appropriate for the method of usage.

Tell us what you need to achieve.  We’ll make it connect.

When integrating with customers and vendors, processing orders becomes faster, more accurate, and only needs to be entered into one system instead of duplicating that work to appease other systems.  Processing orders in real-time allows companies to be more responsive to their customers, improve customer service, and increase sales. From the other side, by connecting to external suppliers electronically, companies can achieve real-time views into the visibility of shipments, automating the warehouse or distribution centers, and optimizing inventory or stock control – ultimately increasing working capital and lowering costs. Nology can help from start to finish and will liaison with vendors and clients to plan and connect data structures and flow.

What is B2B Integration?

Business-to-Business integration (B2B) means one or more of the following:  integration of two different data systems, automation of data routines or procedures, optimization of data usage, speed and processes, and introduction or upgrade of new technologies.  It’s not new. Organizations have been running B2B projects since the early ’70s.  The need began with large companies needing methods of receiving and sending business information technology. It evolved over the years, with the adoption of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and has benefited from technology innovations such as the Internet and Web services and Service-oriented Architecture (SOA), Business Process Management (BPM), and Software as a Service (SaaS). These innovations have led to increased benefits being made available to companies of every size.