Are you paying for empty hours in your integration project?

Are you paying for empty hours in your integration project?

‘Empty hours’ describes work done by technology consultants that don’t add any value to the customer. Whether you are a developer, systems integrator, or customer, empty hours on an integration project is work that could be done quicker and better with a modern integration solution. These days the ease and affordability of cloud-based integration solutions makes custom coded integration invalid and out-of-date.

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How to run a successful application integration project

How do you ensure that your integration project is going to be successful? Flowgear’s Professional Services and Tech Support teams have compiled a set of recommended practices that organizations should adopt to ensure your project is a success.

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15 important points to check in an integration project

One of the fastest growing areas of application middleware is integration platforms, and they are increasingly being deployed in more complex enterprise projects. As this is still a new area, the issues and activities of integration projects are still being learnt by software architects and managers. In this blog we providing a checklist for integration projects, based on the projects we have been involved in over the past four years.

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