EMC’s approach to application integration creates a business architecture that treats applications as assets to be leveraged. Integration is accomplished by gradually migrating to a service-oriented architecture.
Creating an agile IT environment requires vision, planning, and execution. Years of implementing point applications for functions such as ERP, CRM, billing, and procurement have made it increasingly difficult for companies to integrate business processes that span the organization.
EMC’s consultants are experts in Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). We create a business architecture that treats applications as assets to be leveraged. Integration is accomplished by gradually migrating to an SOA without abandoning existing applications.
We first identify the business functions already fulfilled by existing applications. We then define service interfaces for these functions. Legacy business logic is then "wrapped" with these service interfaces, making it easy and cost-effective to integrate them across applications and into new applications such as enterprise portals.
EMC’s approach protects your existing investments in hardware, data, and applications. It enables you to retain the skills and experience already acquired. Our approach provides the flexibility to create agile business processes that can rapidly adapt to business changes.
- Business Process Management
Automate your business processes to become more agile, respond rapidly to changes in the marketplace, and increase workforce productivity.
- User Experience and Information Architecture
Cut transaction time, improve productivity, and save costs with easy-to-use, intuitive interfaces. EMC consultants create designs that enable users to quickly accomplish tasks and access information.
- Enterprise Assessment
Find out how well your current IT architecture aligns with your needs and goals. An EMC enterprise assessment documents how it either contributes to business problems or supports your objectives.
- Custom Application Development
Develop a new application, enhance an existing one, or migrate to a new platform using Microsoft, Unix, or other technologies.