INTEGRATION CAN BE A MINEFIELD. HERE’S HOW TO GET IT RIGHT FIRST TIME
COMPLEMENT THE ARCHITECTURE OF BOTH SYSTEMS BEING INTEGRATED
WORK OUT THE BEST METHOD OF TRANSIT BASED ON THE CURRENT & FUTURE STATE
MAKE CONSIDERATIONS FOR ONGOING MAINTENANCE & SYSTEM EVOLUTION
There are few more careful design considerations to take than those concerning the flow of information between your teams. Getting it right first time helps you avoid manual entry, bottlenecks and lack of trust in the systems.
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