Transforming IT Systems to Drive Business Value

While the term “digital transformation” means something different for each company, it is responsible for delivering better customer experiences, improving business operations, and opening new revenue opportunities. To drive digital transformation, organizations often continue to spend time and money on maintaining their existing purpose-built systems, while customizing one-off integrations to connect older technologies with more modern cloud applications.

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Big Data Integration: Unlocking Ecosystem-Wide Business Analytics

As companies become increasingly digital, data-driven decision-making is essential to uncovering new business opportunities, and driving better customer experiences. To enable significantly higher-level analytics and business insights, modern intelligence solutions will need to process a tremendous amount of historic, operational, and real-time data. To handle all of this data, companies need to implement new forms of data lake storage technologies, and have the ability to connect, integrate, and securely move all this data at greater scale and lower cost.

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6 Capabilities to Accelerate Error Resolutions by 60%

Disruptions in the order-to-cash process usually is a result of systems and applications not being able to effectively share critical data. When a transaction error occurs, the problem must be quickly identified and resolved to minimize risk of decreased operational efficiency, which ultimately leads to lost revenue.

Barry Sponsler, Principal Solutions Architect at Cleo, examines common integration pitfalls that lead to poor exception management processes.

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The Top 10 Challenges of B2B Integration Today

A company’s ability to differentiate themselves in today’s accelerated digital business environment depends on whether it can say “YES” to any integration need. Complex business requirements, such as omni-channel enablement or the rapid onboarding of a new partner, call for a modernized approach to B2B integration. But how are companies managing these challenges with limited resources, expertise and time?

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Prepare for the Future of Managed File Transfer

Companies typically deploy a number of managed file transfer solutions to support their daily B2B and A2A processes, as well as the reliable data transformation, certificate management, and very specific secure protocols to do business with specific partners. But IT resources are stretched thin micro-managing all of these systems, which often don’t integrate well with each other and can’t deliver unified views of the traffic flowing (or not flowing) through them.

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Enabling Big Data Success: Ingest, Transport, Populate and Govern

Big data success is only achieved when this data can easily move in, out, and through systems, feeding data lakes for analytics applications that turn raw information into valuable business intelligence. But companies are very quickly realizing their current system limitations in their desire to integrate businesses, people, applications, the cloud, and data repositories.

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Breaking Down Data Barriers

As companies expand into new business initiatives and strive to better their customer’s experience, the new technologies and data flow processes that get adopted could actually limit their growth, and ultimately cost them new business opportunities.

What many organizations don’t realize is that there is a disconnect within their integrated IT architecture, which causes friction when new integration use cases are required.

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B2B-Led Integration: Anywhere You Want It

At the core of many successful companies is an integration strategy that allows fast response times to customer demands, compliance to SLA requirements and mandates, and control and visibility over all transactional processes moving through the business. A B2B approach to integration strategy will enable the scalability needed to easily take on new integration use cases, like cloud, application, and big data integration, and deliver faster and more secure data processing and monitoring.

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B2B-Led Integration: Across Your Supply Chain

At the core of many successful supply chain companies is an integration strategy that allows fast response times to customer demands, compliance to SLA requirements and mandates, and control and visibility over all transactional processes moving in and throughout the organization. A B2B approach to your integration strategy will make it easier to do business through the consolidation of all data and applications, on-premise or in the cloud, and enable scalability for new integration use cases, like cloud, application while ensuring operational up-time and compliance.

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