Managing application-to-application integration has never been easier

The increasingly competitive global marketplace pushes companies to evolve business and IT strategies faster than ever. Rapidly expanding businesses evolve via new markets, initiatives, mergers and acquisitions, and other growth strategies, and the kind of file transfer technology needed to keep up — let alone make competitive gains. This often leads to an infrastructure comprised of complex, disparate systems that create inefficient business exchanges.

Companies must enable future growth initiatives via a sustainable architecture for enterprise integration that also supports with a company’s B2B integration and data transformation needs. This foundation will help drive both operational efficiency and customer satisfaction, while also lowering the total cost of ownership.

Facing an integration problem?


31% of executives said their main challenge was integration with existing architecture. Interoperability also was a concern with 26 percent of those surveyed.

Painless, seamless integration

But connecting cloud, enterprise service bus (ESB) architectures, and various other interacting A2A processes creates application integration hurdles. Seamlessly coalescing the different connection modes, data types, and a spectrum of connectivity protocols, all while maintaining maximum security and maximum uptime, to support people, applications, and systems working and collaborating together requires a next-generation solution.

This type of technology enables:

  • Agility to keep critical business and financial information up to date and make better, faster business decisions.
  • Scalability to take on legacy data functionality and grow with your business without constantly interrupting daily workflows.
  • Interoperability to meld legacy applications, back-end application integration systems (such as Salesforce and SAP), homegrown scripts, and cloud applications.
  • Automation that taps workflow and event processing and content-based routing to eliminate painstaking manual file transfer processes.
  • Auditability for tracking HR and expense reporting, benefits claims, and proprietary file sharing, especially in highly regulated industries where meeting mandates means all audit trails all the time.

Cleo Integration Suite

Enhance or replace your application ecosystem

So what kinds of tools and technology will modernize, consolidate, and coordinate all of the critical digital applications within your enterprise?

The Cleo Integration Suite offers advanced application integration solutions to easily help enhance or replace legacy systems and improve mission-critical business outcomes. This proven single-platform technology delivers secure managed file transfer (MFT), flexible cloud integration, and hybrid integration platform (HIP) solutions to consolidate and streamline your application ecosystem.

Benefits of application integration with Cleo

Easy integration

Enable enterprise application integration with a variety of internal enterprise resource planning (ERP), ESB, legacy EDI, and cloud solutions (while also supporting connectivity to external communities) using the Cleo Harmony® and Cleo VLTrader® solutions, vendor- and technology-agnostic technologies that support reliable connectivity, data transformation and automation functionality, and a wide variety of secure communication protocols. Cleo solutions also offer an API-powered self-service portal for seamless customer, partner, and supplier network extensions.


Improve responsiveness and enable improved decision making through enhanced dashboards that deliver visibility to both IT and business users. Stay on top of system health and receive alerts based on system performance or partner metrics, such as Service Level Agreements (SLAs), KPIs, and trading partner scorecards.


Govern and secure your data to meet regulatory, industry, and partner compliance requirements, ensuring your system and business are always ready for an audit.


Help drive 100% uptime with scalability, high availability, and load balancing.

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