Application Integration

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Application Integration


Software Integration Services Bring Your Team Together as One

In any business, there is a need for a variety of departmental focuses. Accounting, shipping, receiving, sales, scheduling, customer service, management oversight, product returns, you name it, it's needed. However, pre-packaged software is rarely accommodating to the many needs that each of these departments have. Because of this, most businesses purchase separate software for each and every function within their organization.

Although this sounds feasible at first, oftentimes, when operations resume, post-implementation, many find that the lack of computer system unification creates a wide variety of downfalls. These problems may range from small nuisances to huge dilemmas; but no matter their significance, they tend to bring about enormous ramifications. If a business isn't functioning well, there is absolutely no way they are meeting the profit potential the organization should be capable of achieving.


The Solution


If this sounds like your business, you are in desperate need of Origin Software's assistance. Capable of building modifications for virtually any type of software suite, our knowledgeable and qualified staff work with your team to assess necessary aspects of application integration that will successfully fuel smoother business functions. Once decided, we establish a framework for the processes, essential security protocols, and audit functions that will guide us in proper development of the software add-on's and plug-ins. When application development is completed, we begin integration, systems adjustment, and training that will get you on your way to enjoying hassle free functions.

Our services aim to address and eliminate the following pain points that many organizations face on a day to day basis:

Time loss from inadequate processes

  • Missing or inaccurate data
  • Manual managerial oversight and auditing
  • Reoccurring discrepancies
  • Frequent information adjustments
  • Manual input from one system to the next
  • Import and export of information

Low-quality data output

  • Frequent and cumbersome e-mail exchanges
  • Weak statistics
  • Decision making based on manual data comparisons

Excessive Information technology efforts

  • IT staff overload in regard to formal data retrieval and reporting
  • Excessive IT involvement in task completion