Comprehensive IT integration solutions enable you to take on bigger projects and focus on your core competencies. IT Integration solutions provides flexibility and scales to meet your expectations.
Integration Solutions offers a portfolio of configure-to-order programs, allowing our customers to create their own custom solutions.
“IT integration, or systems integration, is the connection of data, applications, APIs, and devices across your IT organization to be more efficient, productive, and agile. Integration is key when discussing business transformation—fundamental changes in how you conduct business to adapt as the market shifts—as it makes everything in IT work together. Integration not only connects, but it also adds value through the new functionalities provided by connecting different systems’ functions.” – RedHat.com
Why IT Integration is Important To The Success of Your Business:
Businesses can struggle when it comes to managing the ever-expanding data they are collecting from their people, clients and suppliers. Especially if the business is growing rapidly.
When your systems and processes aren’t aligned, it can be very time-consuming to manage everything individually. By effectively integrating your systems, you will reap the benefits of increased efficiency and effectiveness in your processes – whilst reducing the disruption caused by having all your data in different places.
Whether you want to align employee survey feedback with your HR system, gauge client satisfaction, maximize your resources and investments, reduce inefficiencies or work smarter – an integrated approach will help you to achieve your objectives.
Advantages of IT Integration:
- Easier for Administrators to manage workflow
- Cost & Storage Savings
- Better Analysis of Data
- Improved System Security
- Real-Time Data
- Accelerated Growth and Innovation
Why integrated solutions?
- Multi-vendor configuration and Integration
- Reduce touch time and freight cost
- Reduce billable hours for high-price technicians
IT Integration Services:
Hardware Configurations – Hardware configuration refers to the system resource settings that are assigned to a specific device. Many IT specialists can optimize hardware performance by adjusting these configurations. All hardware devices have configuration settings that can impact the overall performance and system function. Some devices that can be adjusted might include the accessible memory, connected devices, disc drivers, modems/serial ports, and some power management features.
Server/Rack Builds – Design, Build & Ship. We understand that the value of your business is built around your data. And where you put that data. You need high redundancy, high availability, low latency and global connectivity in a snap. Our goal specifically geared toward supporting and protecting your mission-critical applications with multiple power sources, diverse fiber paths and top-tier connectivity providers.
Testing and Burn-In Services – Burn-in is a test in which a system or component is made to run for an extended period of time to detect problems. Burn-in may be conducted to ensure that a device or system functions properly before it leaves the manufacturing plant or may be part of a repair or maintenance routine.
Inventory Management – Asset management is a systematic process of developing, operating, maintaining, upgrading, and disposing of assets in the most cost-effective manner (including all costs, risks and performance attributes). Labeling and logging devices prior to deployment. Asset tagging, UID, buy-backs and recycling.