The Systems Integration Advantage
As you grow your business, you may have adopted new IT systems as they come along to improve the way your company works. But because these are disparate systems, it can be difficult to manage data from all of them.
Sometimes, you may have to re-input the same data into another system because your systems cannot communicate with each other.
Manual updating of data into other systems may result in errors and inaccuracies. Plus you waste time, effort, and resources that could have been used for other things.
To solve the inefficiency brought about by this situation, you can either overhaul everything and create a single system to manage all of your data, integrate your systems instead. The first option is costly, time consuming, and may severely disrupt your operations while the overhaul is ongoing. Plus you’ll be throwing away all the previous investments you have put in your IT/Software systems.
Some businesses running on very old and inefficient technologies may benefit from this way though. But for most enterprises, the second option is better. Systems integration is less expensive and you can maximise the value of your previous investments.
There would also be significantly fewer interruptions in your operations while systems integration is being done as opposed to having to rip and replace your entire systems.
Mettro has a wide experience in integrating complex client technical systems, and in multiple integration and applications for website across platforms.
Our systems integration specialists have engineered collaborative portals and product systems using the latest technology to integrate with legacy, bespoke, and enterprise systems.
We fully understand the intricacies of delicate client systems and the need for continuity of service so you can be rest assured that our senior systems engineers can isolate and resolve the issues in your systems as efficiently as possible.
In our 20 years in the industry as a digital agency, we have shown professionalism dealing with client teams and third parties involved in the project.