Software Integration

Bringing Old and New Together

At NZ Software, our software integration services help businesses get more out of their software assets. The proliferation of technology has created amazing new opportunities. But having so many options has also created a lot of inefficiency as software is added piece by piece to an organization’s portfolio with no overall strategy. Whether your existing apps can’t talk to each other or you have old technology that needs to be updated to keep pace with modern solutions, we can help.

Integrating software is a vital aspect of Application Portfolio Management. Based on a thorough assessment of software assets, some apps need to be retired and some need to be replaced. Others simply need to be integrated with newer solutions to deliver their full value. One common area of desired functionality is web-compatibility. NZ Software can take a desktop application and re-engineer it for the web, allowing integration with a far broader range of business apps.

In other cases, it is new software that needs to be integrated with a company’s existing applications. When off-the-shelf software delivers desirable features but doesn’t mesh with an organization’s technology, NZ Software can bridge this gap with integration solutions. Depending on the architecture of the software on both sides of the equation, this may be a more cost-effective solution than building a custom application from scratch.

Why integrate?

If your business is like most companies worldwide, you are dealing with various issues around your enterprise applications.

Internal users have found cloud-based applications which allow them to work the way they want to, perhaps despite having a module that already exists in an existing on-premise system.
The organization has identified that it needs specialized applications to handle new production equipment, new customer requirements, new business processes – many of which didn’t exist a few years ago and are not executed well by your ERP.
Your ERP system, which costs so much time and money each year to maintain and upgrade, is going to be “ring fenced” just for its back-office functionality, and other solutions are going to be implemented.
The business needs to be transformed, so you are going to use the lower costs, better functional fit and greater process flexibility of cloud applications integrated with on-premises applications, what Gartner refers to as ‘postmodern ERP.’