Almost every business needs to integrate systems at some moment. When processes and teams become too spread out, disconnected and difficult to manage, there is a need to bring these services closer together. This is referred to as business integration.

Modern business integration methods can provide a number of advantages to businesses who use them. It can enhance performance by eliminating gaps between systems and applications. It also helps reduce the manual documents that need to be processed, thus reducing the errors and costs associated with handling these documents. It can also lower costs by consolidating all solutions into one.

A modern approach to business integration can assist to align IT with business goals by transforming IT assets into business services. This helps eliminate the gap between IT and business goals by ensuring that technology is being purchased, used and managed in line with the business's objectives.

Before embarking on a business-integration project, companies must identify the most important objectives and the method by which they will be completed. By developing a strategy that is specific, quantifiable, achievable, relevant and timed (SMART) business can provide the clarity, focus and motivation needed to tackle integration successfully. It is important that the plan is compatible with the company's values and that all stakeholders are involved in the planning of the project. This will allow for buy-in and support for the project throughout its duration which is essential to its success.

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