Discover Effective Integration Strategies

The new year often sparks the motivation to clean and remove clutter. In that spirit, take a look at your organization’s architecture.

Are there dozens (or more) of disparate systems, each with a specific purpose?

and specific data and processes?

Do you notice redundant applications or systems?

that offer little or no value to an organization other than their legacy?

Are these redundancies and inefficiencies locked away in individual silos?

unable to communicate or interact with the other systems?

Just as we clean and organize the house, it’s important to perform a similar treatment in our enterprise architecture. But how? Ripping and replacing won’t necessarily solve the problem like it could with old appliances…in fact, it could make things more painful in the short-term.

Instead, organize your enterprise. Take advantage of the existing architecture and maximize operational efficiency by bringing data, processes, and people together with a single, unifying platform.

A unified view of data across systems enables more complete decision-making and dramatically reduces the time it takes to find the right information. Combine data management with business process management (BPM) capabilities and increase the speed of your business. Take control of your organization with integration.

Interested in learning more? Attend the session “Effective Integration Strategies with Appian” at Appian World 2017. This informative session is part of the agenda for the first full day of the conference in San Francisco. Presented by Jacob Rank, senior manager of product management at Appian, this session will give you the opportunity to:

  • Discover how to unify all your systems
  • Learn the aspects of integrating with Appian
  • Learn about Appian’s market-leading integration capabilities

Appian World is only 11 weeks away, so be sure to register now before the conference sells out. Bring the whole team: purchase 5 passes and get unlimited free passes!

We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco from April 3-5 at Appian World.

 

Kamna Talwar