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  • Writer's pictureRizwan Khan

Tips on why organizations need a robust integration strategy.

Companies like Airbnb and Uber have disrupted their markets and transformed customer experiences with teams that are a fraction of the size of the established market players. How did these companies achieve digital transformation with so few resources? The answer is simple. They did not code their applications from scratch but instead tapped existing applications and data resources to compose new and innovative solutions. The question most leaders have is how to translate this success into their organization. Gartner states, “Future applications need the functionality and data sitting in today’s applications.” So, what is that mean? It means that the current applications and data are building blocks for future, more robust applications. Achieving this goal requires unlocking their value which can be achieved by having a solid, well thought integration strategy. Today’s iPaaS (Integration Platform As A Service) platforms can quickly deliver the transformative power of APIs (Application Programming Interface), including cloud integration, data integration, and business process integration based on the integration strategy.

So, how do you get the most out of these platforms for the business? An integration platform is a tool used to connect different systems and applications quickly and easily. It simplifies integrating various services, eliminating much of the manual coding that would be required. In addition, it helps organizations save time and money by providing a reliable way to connect systems without investing in additional resources. An integration platform can provide increased scalability, flexibility, security, and privacy when dealing with complex integrations. They are easier to maintain than developing your APIs and can be automated using workflow rules, connectors, and triggers. They have fewer security and privacy settings restrictions.

Some of the key benefits of an integration platform

  1. Debt Reduction

  2. Digital Transformation

  3. Workflow Optimization

  4. New Platforms Onboarding

  5. Data Integration

  6. Data Analytics

  7. Data Management

  8. Data Quality

  9. Automation

  10. Enhanced Customer Experience

  11. Remote Work Integration

  12. Security

  13. New Revenue Opportunities

Formulating a proper integration approach for your organization is critical for achieving the desired results. The integration strategy should be aligned with the company’s strategy. The points mentioned above are high-level guidelines for holistically thinking about the integration strategy; a more profound discussion and understanding of the company and the industry are needed to create the right integration strategy. However, if you would like a more detailed overview, don't hesitate to contact me at

As a CTO, I have years of experience creating integration strategies for different organizations, including non-profits, and I am available for fruitful discussions.

The Fuzzitech team has expertise and experience in customizing integration strategies and implementing integration platforms. They can set up an integration program that will be right for your organization to achieve the desired goals.

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