There are several streams of work that any organisation planning or initiating a digital transformation program should address to ensure long term success. Through our engagements in each of these streams we know there are clear technology and architectural paths to achieve any desired outcome – having a strategic foundation to these choices will be the key driver of success.
Most cloud-based integration platforms - and SaaS providers for that matter - follow a pattern of continuous software updates. This of course has many advantages but, it also has the potential of introducing problems. In this blog I’m going to discuss the importance of continuous testing for cloud-based integration platforms and provide a few simple steps to help you get started.
Cloud-based ERP solutions (SaaS) have exploded in recent years and human capital management (HCM) has been no exception. Workday is a leading provider of enterprise cloud applications for human resources and finance that is making it easier for businesses to manage their HR, recruitment and payroll processes. In this blog I am going to share some of our key system integration learnings from a Workday implementation we recently completed for a large Australian business.
VIDEO: Intelligent Pathways Principal SOA Consultant, Riaan Ingram, discusses the key considerations businesses need to think about when transitioning to cloud-based integration at the Oracle Cloud Day in Sydney.
In my last blog I discussed some of the Common Problems that Cloud-Based Integration Helps Businesses Solve. But just like most other technology solutions, cloud-based integration has its own set of parameters that require management. In this blog I’m going to highlight a number of commercial factors you need to consider when introducing an Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) into your business.
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