The Common Sense Guide to IT Modernization
Did you know 60% of organizations say they’re unable to meet customers’ digital demands? And that 75% of business ERP projects fail?
In the age of the cloud and digital transformation, companies are aggressively trying to modernize their IT infrastructure and transform into digital organizations to keep up with the speed of business today. But too many are finding that without the right technology, an IT modernization plan is a difficult road that’s peppered with potholes, roadblocks, and ultimately, dead ends.
And that’s the paradox. Even though businesses know they must modernize to support new solutions, and even though they fully understand that doing so is critical to moving the business forward, they don’t have the modern integration capabilities required to do so.
But how do you know you have right integration platform (and capabilities) to modernize your IT infrastructure? You’ll know because your business will be more agile, better able to compete, and better positioned to bring on new revenue, all of which you’ll gain when your business can:
Quickly integrate with new ERP, WMS, and TMS applications, whether on-premise or in the cloud
Smoothly migrate a legacy EDI system into a modern B2B and cloud integration platform that supports APIs, DevOps, and other agile requirements
Deliver visibility to all business and IT stakeholders to support data-driven decision making and enhanced business outcomes
Download “The Common-Sense Guide to IT Modernization” white paper today and discover the costs of not modernizing, the capabilities required to modernize, and why every successful IT modernization project starts with an ecosystem-driven integration platform.
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The most common B2B, application, and cloud integration challenges permeate companies regardless of industry, and many directly affect business growth and revenue.
Your business ecosystem – an interconnected network of customers, partners, suppliers and more – is evolving rapidly. More connectivity means greater complexity and endless demand for integrations.
Just how easy is it to determine where and why an EDI file transfer error happened?
Doing EDI today also means supporting the non-EDI formats, such as XML, CSV, and flat files, that your partners are using.