When a company decides that one system should connect to another, they often
have a legitimate business goal in mind. But when the integration requirements
arrive to the IT team that creates the integration, the business need can be
The IT team is often more focused on solving the technical problem of building the integration than on the underlying business value. Or the IT team just doesn’t have the resources to build the kind of automated connections that do justice to the business goal. The result is that an integration gets created. And that’s it.
However, to realize business value, a company needs much more than integration. It needs automation. Download this white paper to understand the differences, and learn the importance of solving the business challenge -- not just the technical challenge.